By Gerri Robinson
Esteemed trend fashion designer Gerri Robinson indicates find out how to flip traditional precut materials into notable tasks for domestic decor.
Find 18 attractive patchwork styles that use five» and 10» squares, 2½» strips, fats quarters, and fats eighths
Create vintage designs and open up new chances on your favourite precuts in attaining a managed or scrappy look
Get plenty of ideas with attention-grabbing initiatives in various sizes, together with mattress and lap quilts, framed items, pillows, and cushions.
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Press the seam allowances toward the outer border. Finishing the Quilt For detailed instructions, refer to “Quiltmaking Basics” on page 7. 1 Layer the quilt top, batting, and backing; baste the layers together. Quilt as desired. 2 Referring to “Binding” on page 9, use the raspberry 2½"-wide strips to bind your quilt. A “Digital” Trip around the World The small 2" squares remind me of the bits and bytes of our digital world scrambled about, yet so organized in their information delivery. Designed and pieced by Gerri Robinson.
1 Layer the quilt top, batting, and backing; baste the layers together. Quilt as desired. 2 Referring to “Binding” on page 9, use the orange 2½"-wide strips to bind your quilt. 3 Sew an orange button in the center of each block. Carefree Piecing the blocks in a random and scrappy fashion results in a carefree and spirited design. Designed and pieced by Gerri Robinson. Machine quilted by Rebecca Segura. FINISHED QUILT: 62½" x 62½" FINISHED BLOCK: 8" x 8" Materials Yardage is based on 42"-wide fabric unless otherwise noted.
Press the seam allowances away from the center. The block should measure 8½" square. Make a total of 36 blocks. Assembling the Quilt Top 1 Lay out the blocks in six rows of six blocks each as shown. Sew the blocks together into rows. Press the seam allowances in opposite directions from row to row. Join the rows and press the seam allowances in one direction. The quilt top should measure 48½" square. 2 Join two blue striped strips to make a pieced strip. Make a total of four pieced strips. Referring to “Adding Borders” on page 9, measure and cut the border strips, and then sew them to the quilt top.