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By Deborah Levyhamburg

Integrated in one zero one Double-Ended Hook are heavily woven sew styles to the extra open and lacy Crochenit™ stitches. a photo of every facet of the swatch demonstrates which stitches paintings most sensible for reversible designs. All you must make sure is whether or not to make a dishcloth, position mat, afghan or a wearable garment.

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Sew the rows together, and press. (page 101). 2. For the border, measure the quilt and follow 1. Cut the backing fabric into 2 equal lengths the process in Tackling Borders (page 101), (roughly 89˝), and sew them together as or use your favorite method for sewing described in Backing (page 103). squared borders. 2. Layer the quilt top, batting, and backing, and pin baste to make a quilt sandwich. Machine or hand quilt as desired. Bind your quilt. Quilt assembly Vintage 41 making it fit I never make the same quilt twice.

There are 4 different houses—A, B, C, and D—for you to mix and match. Have fun choosing a variety of fabrics for all the house elements! House A There are 7 of these blocks. For each block, 3. From fabric 3, cut 1 piece 31/2˝ × 51/2˝ for select 3 different fabrics. Note that the roof and the door. chimney for all the houses are constructed later (Roof Construction, page 66). 4. Sew a wall piece to each side of the door piece (a). Sew the header piece along the top 1. From fabric 1 (main fabric), cut 1 piece (b).

Sew the header piece along the the roof and 2 pieces 3˝ × 31/2˝ for the walls. top (b). Sew the light roof piece to the dark roof 3. From fabric 3, cut 1 piece 3˝ × 5˝ for the chimney. piece, and sew them to the top of the header (c). Press after each addition. 6. Repeat Steps 1–5 to make 3 House C blocks.

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