By Leni Levenson Wiener
Fast and glossy Quilts, effortless as 1-2-3!
Selecting materials and making nice quilts hasn't ever been more uncomplicated! In 3-Fabric Quilts, Leni Levenson Wiener grants the instruments to make twelve excellent quilts that every require basically 3 materials. With every one duvet composed of geometric squares, rectangles and strips, slicing and piecing hasn't ever been so speedy and simple.
Inside, youll find:
- suggestion on selecting the 3 materials, together with pointers on figuring out colour, worth and print scale, making textile procuring more straightforward than ever.
- Illustrated directions for twelve 3-fabric quilts, every one with yardage necessities and directions for a small and big size.
- a different quilting template for every undertaking, particularly designed for the quilt.
- simple rotary slicing, piecing and completing instructions.
- enjoyable, clean, modern materials, layouts and styles, excellent for presents or to accessorize your personal home!
No have to pressure approximately opting for plenty of coordinating materials. With a couple of uncomplicated methods and counsel, decide upon simply 3 materials and one among 12 wonderful designs and youll be in your approach to a beautiful accomplished cover!
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Extra resources for 3-Fabric Quilts Quick Techniques for Simple Projects
5 Place a 5½” strip of Fabric 3 right-side-up in the sewing machine. Place a 2B unit right-side-down on the strip, making sure raw edges align on the right-hand side, so that the Fabric 2 piece is at the top and the Fabric 1 piece is directly underneath. Sew all the Unit 2B pieces to the 5½” Fabric 3 strips. 6 Press seam allowances toward the Fabric 3 strip. Cut the sections apart at the edges of the units, lining up the seams with your ruler. This is now the completed Unit B. 7 Next to your sewing machine, make one pile of the A units, all oriented with Fabric 3 at the top.
USING ¼” (6MM) SEAM ALLOWANCE A seam allowance is the distance from the edge of the fabric to the stitches. For quilts, ¼” (6mm) is the standard seam allowance. Quarter-inch foot: The distance from the edge of this special sewing machine foot to the needle is exactly ¼” (6mm). Keep the edge of the foot aligned with the edge of your fabric to maintain the right seam allowance at all times. Adjustable needle position: Newer sewing machines offer the ability to move the needle from the center of the foot to either the right or left.
Adjust the block so that the seams line up with your ruler. Lines on your ironing board cover can help in this process. Pin all around the edges of the block, sticking the pins straight down into the ironing board, pulling gently and misting again if necessary. Then leave the block to dry or press it with a steam iron. Block an uneven square with water. This method can also slightly increase the size of a block that is a bit too small. 3-Fabric Tip Having trouble pinning the binding for machine stitching?
3-Fabric Quilts Quick Techniques for Simple Projects by Leni Levenson Wiener