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By Rebecca Wat

Rebecca Wat, origami specialist and quiltmaker, surprised quilters all over the place with the striking rules unveiled in fabulous textile Folding. Now shes again with six extra fascinating folding suggestions and their many leading edge twists. Twenty initiatives contain attractive quilts, pillows, or even a bit women costume, all with unique folded-fabric gildings.

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16 Types of Fabric Prints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . qxp 9/17/07 9:48 PM Page 16 Fabric Basics If you visited a grocery store for the first time, it would be helpful to know that we buy flour by the pound, milk by the gallon, and bread by the loaf. Like these common groceries, fabric has its own set of standards by which it is bought and sold. Understanding these basics enhances your fabricbuying experience. FABRIC CHOICES Quilters use every type of fabric imaginable, from polyester to wool to satin and silk in their projects.

Neutrals play an important role in quilting because they give the eye a place to rest. qxp 9/17/07 9:46 PM Page 42 Choose Fabrics In spite of the presence of two warm colors—red and yellow—the overall impression of the fabric analyzed on the previous pages is muted. In other words, the fabric is tonal but destined to dominate any color scheme because of the presence of red. Let’s use this fabric to build a palette for a quilt top. Build Your Palette 1 For this example, the starter fabric from the previous pages will be in the middle of your palette in terms of color and contrast.

Graph paper and pencils are also used to enlarge patterns for hand piecing. QUILTING HOOPS AND STANDS QUILTING FRAMES A wide variety of quilting hoops and stands is available for the hand quilter. Quilting hoops are wider and of a greater diameter than embroidery hoops so they can accommodate two layers of fabric and batting. For more extensive quilting, try a hoop attached to an adjustable floor stand. This frees up both hands. If you’re hand quilting a large project, a frame is the way to go.

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