Quilts to Warm Today's Home
How comforting it is to create a sweep of soothing patchwork in colors that remind you of home! These 11 homestyle quilts by Nancy Rink feature traditional pieced designs, with lively appliqued leaves and flowers on several. Instructions are included for a variety of applique techniques, and we've provided quilt-pattern definitions that will help you decide how to machine-quilt your project. Whether you make them as bed quilts, wall hangings, or cozy wraps for use on the sofa, these blankets will welcome you home for many years to come. Enjoy the sweetness of stitching each one with the fabrics that warm your heart.
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ASSEMBLING THE QUILT background fabric background square backstitching bias pressing bar bias strip Binding With Mitered Blanket Stitch Blind Stitch blue print fabrics borders to quilt curves Cut 1 strip Cut 2 lengthwise cut 4 flower cut 5 squares Cut each square diagonal seam Fig edge of quilt fold Follow Attaching Binding Follow Quilting Follow Rotary Cutting green print fabric including seam allowances Inner Pieced Border Lock stitches lower presser foot machine quilted measurements include 1/4 middle borders Mitered Corners paper pieced diamond pieced diamond block PIECES Follow Rotary Press seam allowances print square quilt top center raw edges rectangles red print Repeat Step right sides Satin Stitch Sew 1 Unit square once diagonally square twice diagonally squares D Star Block stitch appliqués Strip Set strips 2"w Table Runner template to cut thread top and bottom total of assorted Triangle-Square Unit 2’s wide fabric Yardage is based YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS Yardage