Wild Birds: Designs For Applique & Quilting
Carol again presents charming images inspired by her personal observations of nature. Use the designs of your favorite feathered friends to appliqué onto quilts, clothing, and home decor items. Complete directions for 8 projects. Includes 22 full-size patterns of birds such as Robin, Baltimore Oriole, Carolina Wren, Northern Cardinal, Killdeer, Hummingbird, Meadowlark, Redheaded Woodpecker, and many others. Detailed how-to instructions teach Carol’s lightbox appliqué technique, a no-template method suitable for beginners as well as more experienced appliquérs. Carol’s unique background quilting patterns create shades and textures. Learn how to design bird patterns inspired by your own backyard visitors.
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add a white appliqué and embroidery appliqué order appliqué piece background fabric baste for quilting Batting beak beige berries Bias strips Binding page 15 bird’s Black binding branches Cat and Three cattail Charcoal colors for Appliqué complete pattern cut four strips Cut muslin background dark gray diagram for reference exact length eye in black eye in gray Feathered Stars feeder finished Floss Follow the appliqué following pages following the diagram Forest Full Quilt Full Quilt Pattern Hummingbirds individual bird patterns inside point join the following Killdeer Lightbox Appliqué Matching thread Measure for exact Medium blue needle Painted Bunting patterns for appliqué Pre-appliqué Quilting thread Redwings Remove any markings Sandhill Crane Satin stitch Selection of colors selvage to selvage stem stitch stitch the eye stitch the toes thread in natural Three Canaries top’s edge Tufted Titmouse turn-under allowance verify that printout white dot wide selvage yard yellow