New Patchwork & Quilting Book
Much of the fun of patchwork is in turning commonplace items into colorful and stylish accessories to use and enjoy. Everyday objects become special when you use patchwork to play up an inspired color combination, highlight a spectacular fabric, pattern, or technique -- or even apply patchwork patterns to other crafts.
9 pages matching bias strips in this book
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Acrylic paints Aida cloth airplane applique apron ASSEMBLY assorted atop the drawn baste bias strips bias tape binding blocks blue cotton fabric blue fabric bodice borders bottom edges cardboard templates center hexagon chick Clip curves color cotton cording cross-stitch CUTTING THE PIECES diagonal Draw drawn lines Dresden Plate embroidery floss fabric scraps FINISHING front full-size patterns fusible webbing gathering threads graph paper hearts hexagons inch-diameter lavender long side motif muslin opening closed opening for turning particleboard PATCHWORK TREASURES piecing diagram pillow back pillow top pink plaid fabric pocket Polyester PREPARING THE PATTERNS Press seams Quilt batting quilt top raw edges rectangle red fabric red plaid right sides facing Rocky Glen row of petals ruffle seam line side edges skirt stencil stitch strip set tail top and bottom top edge topstitch tote Trace triangles tulip V4-inch seam allowances Water-erasable pen whipstitch white cotton fabric white fabric wrong side