New PDF release: 1, 2, 3 Quilt: Shape Up Your Skills with 24 Stylish Projects

By Ellen Luckett Baker

During this follow-up to 1,2,3 stitch, specialist seamstress and craft blogger Ellen Luckett Baker bargains her precise development block method of quilting. She provides 24 tasks in teams of 3, each one workforce concentrating on a special form and talent set. Readers grasp the fundamental shapes of quilting; squares, rectangles, triangles, hexagons, cirlces, plants, stars and diamonds, and multiply their stitching talents as they move. every one bankruptcy starts off with anything small and straightforward, then strikes into an intermediate venture and ends with a full-sized duvet.

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E 48 1,2,3 QUILT HOW-TO: BOXED CORNERS Squaring off your corners is a handy way to create a three-dimensional bag from just two fabric layers, allowing you to create roomy totes, pouches, and duffel bags. You basically flatten the corner, sew a line, and then cut off the excess fabric. Here we use a measurement of 2 in/5 cm from the top of your corner to your new sewn line (as in the Rail Fence Tote Bag, step 4, on page 47), but the longer this measurement, the roomier the bag will become. 2 in/5 cm fig.

Then place the other backing piece with raw edges aligned at the bottom and sides of the front piece, right sides facing. Pin in place and sew around all four sides, using a ¼-in/6-mm seam allowance (see figure B). Clip the corners, sew around the edges with an overcast stitch, and turn the pillow cover right-side out, poking out the corners. Press front and back. STEP 6: INSERT THE PILLOW FORM. When you are finished with the pillow cover, insert the pillow form into the back opening and pull the fold down to close the back.

Repeat with the other piece of backing fabric. fig. A fig. B 60 1,2,3 QUILT HOW-TO: ONE-SEAM FLYING GEESE This technique involves folding a rectangle and sewing it together with two squares to form a flying geese triangle with two folded sides. If you don’t want the folds, you can stitch them down when quilting. 1 For each triangle you will make, you’ll need two squares and one rectangle of fabric. 5-cm rectangle (see figure A). above the triangle, which you will need for seam allowance when you join the flying geese together.

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