Quilting More Memories: Creating Projects with Image Transfers
In this sequel to the top-selling Quilting Your Memories, quilters will find new tips, techniques, and ten step-by-step projects for using the latest technology to make transferring photos onto fabric easier, faster, and even more fun! Whether quilters want to personalize a simple quilt label or create a photo-filled heirloom quilt, this inspiration-packed resource will teach them how to make the most of any image they transfer onto fabric.
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Finishing Your Quilt
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42"-wide fabric Cutting Add a label adding a sleeve applique assorted baste batting and backing Becky Kraus Bind the edges blue bottom borders bottom edges Center and press Color Laser Copier Cookie Jar copy corner squares cotton create cut squares once dark brown diagonally to yield Eddie Rabbit fabric sheets Finished Quilt frame Gallatin Gateway graphs heat press images to transfer inkjet papers inkjet printers inkjet transfer iron Labrador retriever laser color copiers Layer your quilt Machine quilted match Measurements include opposite sides outer border strips photo transfers photo-transfer blocks photo-transfer paper photo-transfer quilt picture pieced border Pima cotton press one image Press the seams Pygmy Goat Quilt as desired quilt top quilt with batting quilted by Becky Quilters Sandy Bonsib seam allowances side borders sleeve if desired squares once diagonally Star blocks stitch strip set top and bottom transfer paper Transfer your images transferred to fabric V2 yd wool