The Village at Chelsea Lane
Imagine a place where quilts bloom like gardens. In this magical place, envision a country lane where houses are made of soft appliqués and whimsical flowers reach up to the sky. You've just discovered Pat Sloan's most recent line of fabrics, Chelsea Lane, and her newest quilt collection. It's no wonder so many quilters enjoy Pat's lighthearted design style. Creating a Pat Sloan quilt is like visiting with a good friend who just happens to love all the same things you do - pretty fabrics, good stories, and the joy of creating something that's both lovely and fun!Six projects include the Black-Eyed Susans wall hanging, Down the Garden Path quilt, Town Square quilt, Chelsea Lane Market Bouquet table runner, The House on Chelsea Lane wall hanging, and the Messenger Bag tote/purse.Stapled; 40 pages.
The Village at Chelsea Lane (Leisure Arts #4660)
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12 large squares appliqué pieces background fabric bias strip blue print bobbin borders to quilt brown print fabric centers and corners Chelsea cut 12 large Cut 2 strips cut fabric determined length drawn line fabric 3/8 yd fabric for binding ﬂap ﬂeece ﬂowers fold Follow Rotary Cutting gold print Grain Binding green print fabric hanging sleeve lines are quilted Lock stitches long edge lower presser foot machine quilted marked Matching centers measurements include 1/4 messenger bag Pat’s Machine-Sewn Binding Petal PIECES Follow Rotary Pivot project press seam allowances print 1 small purple print quilt top quilting line Quilting Quilting Raise presser foot raw edges rectangle red print fabric Repeat Steps right sides seam allowances throughout sew side side borders Strip Set top/bottom borders top/bottom outer borders Topstitch Triangle-Squares type of quilting underlap Unit 2’s wall hanging top wide fabric Yardage is based YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS Yardage yd 34 cm yd 46 cm