By Ruby S. McKim
One hundred and one схема для пэчворка с полными инструкциями для кройки и шитья. Различные конструкции схематически описаны, включая дизайны цветов, радужные конструкции, рыб, птиц, листовых конструкций и многое другое. a hundred and forty иллюстраций.
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6 fat quarters of coordinating print fabrics for the blocks •• 11/2 yards of white fabric for the blocks and sashing •• 11/2 yards* of fabric for the backing •• 1/2 yard of fabric for the binding •• 44˝ × 49˝ piece of batting * Requires 44˝-wide fabric. Cutting From each fat quarter:* Cut 8 pieces 3˝ × 51/2˝ (A) and 16 squares 21˝ 3˝ × 3˝ (B). ** -- From 7 strips, subcut pieces 3˝ × 51/2˝ (7 per strip, for a total of 48) for the B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B blocks (C). -- From 4 strips, subcut squares 3˝ × 3˝ (14 per strip, for a total of 48) for the blocks (D).
Quilt assembly Block assembly 48 SIMPLY RETRO with Camille Roskelley FINISHING Use your favorite methods, or see Finish It! (page 101). 1. Make the backing as described in Backing (page 103). 2. Layer the quilt top, batting, and backing, and pin baste to make a quilt sandwich. Machine or hand quilt as desired. Bind your quilt. easy flying geese To make a Flying Geese unit, select 1 piece the C piece (a). Sew along the drawn line, and 3˝ × 51/2˝ (C) and 2 squares 3˝ × 3˝ (B). Using a trim 1/4˝ from the line on the outside as shown pencil, draw a diagonal line from one corner (b).
Cut 4 pieces 51/2˝ × 101/2˝. From coordinating print fabric: Cut 2 squares 107/8˝ × 107/8˝. From white fabric: Cut 2 squares 107/8˝ × 107/8˝. Cut 4 pieces 51/2˝ × 101/2˝. Cut 1 square 101/2˝ × 101/2˝. Cut 4 strips 31/2˝ × WOF* for the border. From binding fabric: Cut 4 strips 21/2˝ × WOF. * WOF = width of fabric 34 SIMPLY RETRO with Camille Roskelley Quilt assembly FINISHING Use your favorite methods, or see Finish It! (page 101). 1. Make the backing as described in Backing (page 103). 2. Layer the quilt top, batting, and backing, and pin baste to make a quilt sandwich.