By Barbara Brackman
Notice the fascinating heritage of applique with this revised variation of Barbara Brackmans vintage e-book. totally revised and up-to-date, this can be the vintage compendium of applique designs. that includes 2,000 conventional and glossy applique styles from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, plus five applique cover tasks and an authoritative and unique heritage of the method, this can be a e-book no applique lover can have enough money to overlook.
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Extra info for Barbara's Brackman's Encyclopedia of Applique: 2000 Traditional and Modern DEsigns, Updated History of Applique, Five New Quilt Projects!
Stitch back to the original starting point, creating a single narrow, pointed feather shape. 2 STEP 2. Continue stitching feathers all along one side of the spine, building on top of each other and varying their size so that the pointed ends meet the border edge. After one side is complete, move onto the second side of the spine. Repeat the process, stitching feathers to fill the border entirely. 58 Beginner’s Guide to Free-Motion Quilting Double Feathers Pattern is on page 142. Add extra lines of stitching to rounded feathers to give them a different look.
STEP 2. Come to a point and stitch another wavy line going down. STEP 3. Continue to stitch wavy lines, packing them together densely. To achieve an effective allover flame design, make sure that all the flames are different lengths. Continue stitching the closely packed flames until you have covered the entire area. 42 Beginner’s Guide to Free-Motion Quilting 1 2 3 Allover Quilting 43 Circles Pattern is on page 139. Simple spiral-stitched circles can lend a great modern look to your quilt, especially when you stitch them in varying sizes and connect them with straight lines.
Stitch a circle, and then stitch back along the original stitch line; stitch over to the top of what will be the second circle. Stitch the second circle and then stitch back on the original stitching line and then over to what will be the bottom of the third circle. STEP 2. Repeat this process to fill the spine with circles. When all spines are filled, follow Steps 2 and 3 of Double-Spine Feathers to complete the border quilting. Borders and Sashings 61 Swirl Feathers 1 Pattern is on page 145. Add a swirl inside each rounded feather for a fun variation.