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By The Harmony Guides

The concord courses are a sequence of hugely useful, illustrated courses handy knitting and crochet, explaining uncomplicated recommendations from begin to end. This quantity bargains three hundred stitches for crochet, and contains easy stitches, lace styles, motifs, filet, clusters, shells, bobbles, and loops.

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Cut 2 border strips to this measurement, piecing if necessary. Press the seam allowances toward the border. Mark the centers. Press the seam allowances toward the border. Mark the centers. The tie fabric with the interfacing is much too thick for a double-fold binding—one layer is sturdy enough. Remember that the plus sign means to cut the interfacing strips just a hair wider than 3˝, so that the edges are contained by the interfacing and won’t become frayed. Starting at the narrow end of the tie, place 2 strips of interfacing down the center, abutting the ends.

Making the Blocks Seam allowances are ¼˝. When sewn precisely, the points on adjacent stars meet at the seams without gap or overlap. Before you sew, refer to Perfect Triangles from Squares. Make 72. Using a ruler and pencil, draw a diagonal line from corner to corner on the back of each star point 3˝ square. Pin another 3˝ square of the star point fabric on the opposite corner as shown. Sew the small squares to the large square, using the drawn lines as guides. Check for squareness and adjust accordingly.

After layering and quilting, use the cotton 2¼˝ strips for binding. Barn Raising’s traditional pattern of concentric rings of darks and lights represents the ring of walls being lifted into place, followed by the rafters and roof. B Materials Yardages, other than neckties, are based on 20˝-wide fusible interfacing and 42˝-wide cottons. The + sign indicates that you should add a “hair” to the cut size of the interfacing. Mark each strip at 4½+˝ intervals to draw a total of 32 squares. ▪ Tie binding (option 1): Cut 6 strips 3+˝ × WOF*.

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