By Meryl Ann Butler
Quilting hasn't ever been this easy!
If you've gotten continually desired to attempt quilting yet did not imagine you had the time, or if you have been quilting for years and need a enjoyable holiday from advanced initiatives, then 90-Minute Quilts is simply the booklet for you!
Through easy-to-follow timesaving suggestions and using demonstrated instruments, writer Meryl Ann Butler indicates you the way to sew up every little thing from four-patch pillow and wall hangings to crib-size child quilts and bigger snuggle/lap quilts.
In the time it takes to observe a function movie, now you can create a beautiful memento to offer as a present or cherish on your own residence. Now that is ninety mins of natural leisure.
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Книга этого автора поможет вам узнать, как создать свое собственное единственное в своем роде одеяло, можете научиться с помощью этих новых навыков создать новые работы из остатков и отходов и превратить все это в завершенные проекты!
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These quilts also are a great way to use up a stash! Recommended backing fabrics for the projects in this book include flannel, Polarfleece, microfiber plush, silk noil and silk duppioni. In most of the projects in this book, the self-binding is the same fabric as the backing, usually flannel. Flannel is user-friendly, since it tends to stay where it's put, often without pinning. This speeds up the quilt-making process. Since the backing flannel is visible on the front of the 90-Minute Quilt, its color and design should coordinate with the other fabrics used in the quilt.
Install two hooks in your ceiling or near the top of two walls from which to suspend it. (I used the hooks for hanging planters. ) Hang the hammock rings on the hooks and pop your batting in. It's easy to see what you have, and it puts unused space to work. 90-Minute Timesaving Techniques You will be referring to these sections for all projects in the book. For easy reference, mark these pages with paper clips, postable notes or adhesive page dividers. PRESSING VS. IRONING Ironing is a side-to-side movement that can stretch delicate fabric.
12. Edgestitch with thread to match backing/binding, beginning at edges of the backing. Edgestitching is topstitching that is stitched very close to the edge of the fabric, within ″. Check edgestitched areas closely to make sure that the raw edges of blocks underneath were caught in the stitches. 13. Repeat step 9 on the top and bottom, except that after pressing under raw edges, open them and fold corner in to make neat corners. 14. Repeat steps 10 through 12 on the top and bottom. In step 12, if you notice that some raw edges did escape being covered with binding, there's no need to rip out the whole seam.