Basic Appliqué: 1930s Quilt Patterns Created with Traditional & Contemporary Techniques
Teaches six basic applique methods and provides 18 applique patterns from the golden era of quilting - the 1930s. The project quilts range from wall hangings to bed quilts and each is created using contemporary fabrics.
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Introduction to Appliqué
Fabric Tools and Supplies
Patterns and Projects
Sources and Suppliers
1Cut the fabric 2Prepare the pattern 4Sew 5Sew 7Quilt and bind appliqué and quilting appliqué blocks appliqué designs appliqué method appliqué pattern appliqué piece appliqué quilts background block background fabric Basic appliqué batiks blind stitch buttonhole stitch Chenille fabrics Chicago World’s Fair Cindy Walter color photos Item Cut 4 Cut desired method diagonal English Flower Garden Fabrics Background Finished Block following the instructions freezer paper fusible web method Gail Baker Rowe glue stick ground blocks hand or machine hand quilting Hawaiian inner border Iola Krause Publications lattice strip Leaves 1/4 yd machine quilting machine stitch maker unknown Martha’s Vineyard Merikay method of appliqué methods of choice needle needleturn method Outer border pattern pieces pencil pieces and attach pins placement guide preferred method preparation quilter quilting supplies Refer to Project satin stitch Scissors seam allowance sewing Snippet Sensations Softcover square back Steam-A-Seam2 Stearns Technical Textiles stitching line techniques thread basting Tulip Circle vinyl