Rebecca Wat's A Fresh Twist on Fabric Folding: 6 Techniques 20 Quilt & PDF

By Rebecca Wat

Rebecca Wat, origami specialist and quiltmaker, surprised quilters far and wide with the notable principles unveiled in tremendous textile Folding. Now shes again with six extra intriguing folding options and their many leading edge twists. Twenty tasks contain appealing quilts, pillows, or even a bit women gown, all with unique folded-fabric elaborations.

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Look. I wanted the thread to have some impact on the quilt, so I chose a lime green thread to show up in the darker stars. ASSEMBLY Use the assembly diagram to assemble the blocks into the quilt top and press well. Keep in mind that the colors of the stars in the diagram may not match yours, depending on the 30 star fabrics you choose. Apply a 11⁄2˝ cut-width inner border and a 61⁄2˝ cut-width outer border using your favorite border application method. Splash quilting motif, copyright © 2004 by Jodi Beamish of Willow Leaf Studio Designs See No-Fail Mitered Bindings (page 58) for directions on how to apply your binding.

A bright, variegated thread was used to create a textural surface on the background fabric. Borders overlap (match centers before cutting). 2. Remove the waste of the inner and middle borders from within the overlap. With tailor’s chalk, apply hash marks across both borders. These hash marks are your roadmap to pinning and sewing your borders. Waste Middle border Inner border Remove waste from cut. A free-form spiral quilting motif by Peggy J. Barkle See No-Fail Mitered Bindings (page 58) for directions on how to apply your binding.

If your seam allowance tolerances do not require as much, adjust the cut size of your squares accordingly. Cut all strips from selvage to selvage. 1. From the background fabric, cut 3 strips 61⁄2˝ wide. Subcut the strips into 18 squares 6 ⁄2˝ × 6 ⁄2˝. CREATING THE BLENDABLE CURVE 2. From the focus fabric, cut 3 strips 61⁄2˝ wide. For step-by-step instructions on creating the Subcut the strips into 18 squares 6 ⁄2˝ × 6 ⁄2˝. Blendable Curve, see pages 5–11. 3. From each of the border fabrics, cut 4 strips 1.

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