By J Marsha Michler
Loopy Quilts by means of computing device КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: J. Marsha Michler Название: loopy Quilts via computing device Издательство: Krause guides Год: 2000 Формат: PDF Размер: 13.90 Mb Страниц: one hundred forty five Язык: английский Для сайта: www.mirknig.comЛоскутное шитье в технике "crazy".____________Known for his or her lavish embellishment, daring colours, and sophisticated composition, loopy quilts are Victoriana at its top. loopy quilts are often pieced and decorated with hand tools, yet now quilters of all ability degrees have an all-in-one source for growing loopy quilts completely by means of laptop or via combining hand and computing device equipment. in addition to supplying 4 computing device piecing and patching tools, J. Marsha Michlerauthor of the best-selling The Magic of loopy Quiltinghas additionally incorporated whole directions for 20 unique, distinctive loopy quilted projects.Encyclopedia of computer gildings compatible for any computer that may do directly and zigzag stitches.Designs for mattress, wall, and kids quilts, throws, desk covers, and pillows. uploading.com.com eighty five 1 2 three four five
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Pin the wedge circle to the background wedges, a scant 1/4˝ from the edge. square, centering it on the square, and appliqué (page 108) the circle to the background. On this block we used a machine zigzag stitch, but you don’t have to. You can machine sew it on with a straight stitch or even sew it by hand. If you do zigzag stitch, take care that the zigzag overlaps the circle edge to the background fabric. Set your stitch to a medium width. 4. Press under the outside edge, using the stitching line as a guide.
This whimsical spin on a traditional block resulted in a truly beautiful quilt. The aqua and red color scheme, combined with the small-scale patterned fabric, perfectly complements this block. How to Make a Modern Dresden Plate Block 58 Block Party—The Modern Quilting Bee The technique we present for making this block is traditional, but the fabric choices and block setting give it a modern look. The bee members all appliquéd their circular “plates” to the block backgrounds using a machine zigzag stitch.
I encountered many quilt blocks throughout the bee that I’d wanted to try beforehand, but the prospect of making a whole quilt of them had been too daunting. The same applies for color and fabrics. Each participant has such a unique and wonderful eye for color that opening each package and completing the blocks was a real pleasure. I received combinations of fabric I would never have thought to put together and marveled at how beautiful they looked. I experimented with new techniques such as rawedge appliqué, and I even completed my first-ever Dresden Plate.