By Peggy J. Barkle
Make curvaceous, distinctive artwork quilts from great, effortless blocks. 10 tasks to stack, slice & stitch.
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Extra info for Blendable Curves: Stack, Slice & Sew Unique Quilts in a Weekend
Art for four 39 FABRIC REQUIREMENTS Fabric amounts are based on a 42˝ fabric width and strips cut from selvage to selvage on the crosswise grain, unless otherwise noted. 3 1 11⁄8 yards backing fabric 3 1 36˝ × 36˝ batting 1 5 ⁄4 yard background fabric ⁄4 yard focus fabric ⁄2 yard inner-border fabric ⁄2 yard middle-border fabric* ⁄2 yard outer-border fabric* ⁄8 yard bias-binding fabric for 1 2 ⁄2˝-wide double-fold binding * Border yardage based on mitered borders. s nd simple could a quilt be? One ul i a f t e s e s of th sw e How e thin succ t l i u i k t o r a b a q l h u gs that m ake this and dye the A beautif .
Continue with 1 ⁄ 4 ˝ seam. Finish attaching binding to quilt. 10. Roll the binding to the back of the quilt, and hand baste the folded edge to the quilt back with a slip stitch at least every 1⁄4˝. If you choose to finish the binding by machine, 4. Stop approximately 10˝ from where you began apply the binding to the back of your quilt, stitching and backstitch. Remove the quilt from following all the previous instructions. Roll the the machine and place it flat on your worktable. completed binding to the front of the quilt, so 5.
4. Sew the halves of the new half-square triangle blocks together and press the seams toward the darker fabric. Don’t Square the blocks to 41⁄2˝ × 41⁄2˝ or to the size of your smallest block. 12 12 Make 24. 12 Make 24. resize your blocks at this time. You will + have 24 multicolored/background, 12 orange/background, and 12 purple/background half-square triangle blocks. 12 12 Make 24. 6 Make 12. 12 + + See Art for Four (page 41) for photo examples 6 Blendable Curves. + 6 of creating quarter-square triangle blocks with 6 Make 12.