By Leni Levenson Wiener
Speedy and sleek Quilts, effortless as 1-2-3!
Selecting materials and making nice quilts hasn't ever been more straightforward! In 3-Fabric Quilts, Leni Levenson Wiener delivers the instruments to make twelve marvelous quilts that every require merely 3 materials. With each one duvet composed of geometric squares, rectangles and strips, slicing and piecing hasn't ever been so speedy and simple.
Inside, youll find:
- recommendation on opting for the 3 materials, together with pointers on figuring out colour, worth and print scale, making textile purchasing more uncomplicated than ever.
- Illustrated directions for twelve 3-fabric quilts, each one with yardage requisites and directions for a small and big size.
- a special quilting template for every venture, in particular designed for the quilt.
- easy rotary slicing, piecing and completing instructions.
- enjoyable, clean, modern materials, layouts and styles, ideal for presents or to accessorize your individual home!
No have to rigidity approximately identifying plenty of coordinating materials. With a couple of uncomplicated methods and assistance, decide upon simply 3 materials and one in every of 12 brilliant designs and youll be in your strategy to a stunning accomplished cover!
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MY BLOCKS ARE NOT THE SAME SIZE AS THOSE IN THE INSTRUCTIONS There are a lot of reasons your blocks may not be exactly the same size as those in the instructions; perhaps you cut your strips slightly larger or smaller than mine, or sewed with a slightly smaller or larger seam allowance. What is more important is that your blocks are the same size as each other. It may mean your quilt isn’t exactly the same size as mine, but it still will go together without a problem—and who will ever know? THE BLOCKS ARE DIFFERENT SIZES Sometimes you will find that one or two of your blocks are not the same size as the others.
Place an A unit right-side-down on the strip so that the Fabric 3 piece is at the top. With the right-hand raw edges aligned, sew the unit to the strip. Sew all the Unit A pieces to the Fabric 1 strips in this way. 4 Press seam allowances toward the Fabric 1 strip. Cut the sections apart at the edges of the units, lining up the perpendicular seams with your ruler. Press. This completes your block. Each block should measure 10½” × 10½” (27cm × 27cm). Make sixteen blocks for the small quilt or forty-eight for the twin quilt.
Depending on your machine, the right needle position may be ¼” (6mm) from the edge of the foot. If so, adjust your needle position and use your standard sewing foot in the same way you would use a quarter-inch foot. 3. Marking the sewing machine: Using your standard sewing foot, place your rotary ruler under the foot, positioned so that the needle is directly over the first ¼” (6mm) line from the edge. The right edge of the ruler is now exactly ¼” (6mm) from the needle. Use a permanent marker or painter’s tape to mark the edge of the ruler onto the sewing machine.