By Meryl Ann Butler
Quilting hasn't ever been this easy!
If you will have continuously desired to test quilting yet did not imagine you had the time, or if you have been quilting for years and wish a enjoyable holiday from advanced tasks, then 90-Minute Quilts is simply the e-book for you!
Through easy-to-follow timesaving ideas and using proven instruments, writer Meryl Ann Butler exhibits you the way to sew up every little thing from four-patch pillow and wall hangings to crib-size child quilts and bigger snuggle/lap quilts.
In the time it takes to observe a characteristic movie, now you can create a stunning memento to provide as a present or cherish on your own residence. Now that is ninety mins of natural leisure.
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Turquoise/green striped fabric (blocks)* 1 yd. deep royal striped fabric (blocks)* 5/8 yd. purple striped fabric (blocks for both light purple and dark purple)* 35/8 yd. coordinating Bali batik flannel (backing)* 58″ × 70″ thin batting* Thread to match backing (bobbin) Neutral thread (piecing blocks) Contrast thread (top quilting and edgestitching) Rotary cutter 24″ or longer cutting mat 6″ × 24″ ruler 6″ square ruler Several small postable notes Transparent fluorescent tape (optional) 3″ × 18″ ruler (optional) *Used in this project: Narrow band Fundamentals gradating stripes by FreeSpirit (blocks); Bali Flanneltik by Princess Mirah Designs (backing); and Thermore Ultra Thin batting by Hobbs.
Start at the top of the quilt and rotary cut the backing fabric the specified amount, usually 3½″ from the raw edge of pieced squares. You will be cutting through some of the batting, too. 3. Repeat step 2 on bottom of the quilt, followed by each of the two sides. 4. Place a different color of transparent fluorescent tape or two or three small postable notes along the 1¼″ measuring line of your ruler for accuracy in cutting. ) If desired, add arrows as in step 1. 5. Fold the top backing flap back, right sides together, making sure the backing is folded securely away from the batting.
Select a fabric for the next group of eight squares. 4. Continue with the next group of 10 squares. Twin lime green fabrics were used in the model. 5. Continue with the next group of eight squares. Medium blue dots were used in the model. 6. Finish with the four corners. 7. Place binding/backing fabric near edge of the design to see how it interacts with the colors around the perimeter. If you like the arrangement, you are finished creating your design. If not, reposition squares as desired until you are pleased with the look.