Maverick Quilts: Using Large-Scale Prints, Novelty Fabrics & Panels with Panache
Are you drawn to bold, graphic, large-scale prints, but you're not sure how to use them in a quilt? See just how easy it is to let fabric prints do the design work and sew wild, joyful, colorful quilts!
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adding borders Alethea Ballard aligning allowances unless otherwise alternate blocks applique backstitch baste batiks bind your quilt binding I Cut block center box blocks C&T Publishing Chain sew circles color corner create curves Cut 2 strips design surface diagonal different fabrics feed dogs FINISHED BLOCK FINISHED QUILT Fold frame strips Fred Flintstone Fussy cut Gee's Bend Geisha horizontal sashing inner border strips inset strips large—scale leftovers lengthwise long con look matching Maverick Quilter Says Measure vertically medium medium-scale print medium—scale motifs novelty prints paired prairie point Press the seams print I Cut quilt assembly diagram quilt design quilt pages 20—21 quilt top rectangles Remove the selvage seam allowances unless seams open selvage edges setting triangles Sew the rows Sew the side side borders side inner borders strip set Subcut the strips template top and bottom top and cut top edge Topstitch width of fabric x width