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By Kay M. Capps Cross

How are you going to painting the attractiveness of a backyard with in simple terms black and white? With dashes of colour on a dramatic black-and-white heritage! convey your textile backyard to existence utilizing effortless fusible appliqué, beginning piecing, and strip piecing. The styles are simply adaptable handy appliqué in addition. Quilts are proven in either black-and-white and colour models, encouraging quilters to settle on their very own palette. textile choice tips, substantial appliqué and paper-piecing templates, assistance on quilting, embellishment feedback, and stitching directions are all supplied. domesticate your textile offerings and gildings to have a tendency and develop a few impressive quilts!

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11. Pull all the thread tails to the underside and tie off to secure. 12. If there is slight puckering around the design, steam from the wrong side and finger press to smooth the area. Do not touch the iron to the fleece. 13. Construct the garment per pattern directions. Nancy’s Notes It’s important to align the previously sewn welt under the outside groove. This has the welts spaced every other groove. If you were to sew the welts right next to each other in every groove, it would draw up too much fabric and distort the surrounding fabric.

Nancy’s Hints #1 For an easy way to join the crazy patches, use an edgestitch presser foot as a guide for centering the seam. Use a wide multiple zigzag or serpentine stitch to join. These are not strong seams. Strength will be added when the seams are topstitched with trim strips. #2 For a stronger pieced front, cut out a complete right and left front from another base fabric such a muslin or lining. Arrange the crazy patch pieces on this base fabric. When the butted edges are sewn together with joining stitches, the base will be incorporated into the stitching.

Sew pintuck rows to fill the rib gauge section, continuing to reverse direction every couple inches. ) c) Measure the rib gauge section and compare the measurements before and after pintucking. If the origiPintucking - Playing With Double Needles 43 3P36TO60 10/25/01 3:53 AM Page 44 nal 10" length is now 8" (having been drawn up by the welts of the pintucks), 20% of the original length was lost to pintucking. Use this information to figure approximately how much fleece length you will need to pintuck for cuffs, lower band, and collar.

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