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By Judith Skinner, Sarajane Helm

Duvet block designs and pieced best styles lend themselves fantastically to millefiore cane making and different ideas utilized in polymer clay. recognized polymer clay artists Judith Skinner (creator of the «Skinner Blend»)and Sarajane Helm deliver you this new one zero five web page complete colour publication choked with beautiful photos and transparent directions. The authors exhibit how you can create extraordinary duvet styles in polymer clay! Many block styles are proven together with Amish Bars, Log Cabin adaptations, 9 Patch, Drunkards direction and extra. colourful oven-cured polymer clay is used to create jewellery, miniatures, ornamental goods and extra. The Gallery part comprises the paintings of many different polymer clay artisans. As an exploration of colour and trend that is going a long way past the fundamental how-to, this booklet may be loved on many degrees.

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You may want to lay your finished rows out at this point, using Diagram K for placement. Sew the rows together in order, pressing the seam allowances toward Rows 2, 4, and 6. DIAGRAM K 12. Sew a 32-square border to the right and left edges of the quilt top, pressing the seam allowances toward the quilt top. Sew the remaining two borders to the top and bottom edges, matching the seam allowance of the first square in each border with the seam allowance of the side border. Trim away the excess squares after sewing, and press the seam allowances toward the quilt top.

ASSEMBLING THE QUILT TOP 8. Designate your prints as Pink 1 through 4 and Blue 1 through 4, and lay your quilt blocks out in six rows of five blocks each, following Diagram D. 9. Sew the blocks of Row 1 together. Be careful to nestle the seams in the corners of each block. Press the seam allowances to one side, in the same direction. Repeat this process to assemble five more rows, alternating the direction you press the seam allowances for each row. 10. Sew Rows 1 through 3 together into one section, and then sew Rows 4 through 6 together in a separate section.

You can work on a computer, pulling images from websites, or with printed photographs and magazine pages. Now, grab your quilt journal and answer some questions: What themes do you see in these quilts? What colors show up again and again? What shapes do you see frequently? Do the quilts have a larger or smaller scale to their patterns? Are they more abstract or more representational? Are the fabrics bold, subdued, brightly colored, or neutral? What would you say is this quilter’s signature technique?

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