Quick Watercolor Quilts: The Fuse, Fold, and Stitch Method
Create the wildly popular look of watercolor quilts in a wink of the time! Instantly reduce the number of seams to sew, using fast fusible interfacing and as few as three fabrics. This all-new technique speeds up construction and creates beautiful watercolor-style quilts in a snap. Now beginning and advanced quilters can all join the watercolor craze! Create 13 gorgeous watercolor quilts featuring wreaths, hearts, baskets, and other motifs; Stitch 80% fewer seams than traditional watercolor quilts require; Align seams perfectly without expert rotary-cutting skills (the interfacing forgives inaccurate cutting!).
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applique piece background fabric background squares backstitch blend bobbin thread bouquet BUTTONHOLE STITCH Chugach Mountain colors complete flowers Crochet cut 2 pieces Eagle River edge fabric edge squares Finished Quilt Floral Heart Wreath Fold following the instructions FREE-MOTION QUILTING Full edge Full Floral full-floral fabric Fuse the squares fusible side Fusing Designs graph paper ground fabric inner border strip inner curves instructions for Piecing instructions for Squaring interfacing grid Large diagonal lightweight fusible interfacing look machine quilting master design Measure the quilt measured length Nerud outer border Piecing Panels place squares Preparing Grids Press the seam presser foot quick-and-easy sleeve quilt sandwich quilters quilting plan raw edge ruler sashing seam allowances setting squares Sew the strips sewing machine Small diagonal squares in place Squares Needed Squaring Panels stipple Stipple-quilt Stitch in-the-ditch teabag template top and bottom top thread triangles watercolor design watercolor panel watercolor quilts width