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Fusible Fleece Medium to Heavyweight Interfacing I used the left over Jelly Roll strips from the Tote Bag to make a Coin Quilt based on Amandajean’s Stacked Coins Quilt tutorial. Instead of cutting charm squares in half, I cut the Jelly Roll strips at 5″. You can find her tutorial HERE. Scrappy Patchwork Trivet – A Scrapbusting Project. I’m scrapbusting again.
This time I’ve created a patchwork trivet that can be easily and quickly whipped together with the tiniest fabric scraps, and other leftovers from quilt making. Make it to whatever size suits you, I found that 9×6″ is perfect for a teapot and can double as a potholder too. If you don’t like the scrappy look, just skip the patchwork steps and make with a single piece of fabric for the top. If you have been wanting to try a bit of freestyle patchwork, this is the perfect project to experiment with. This trivet makes a great gift, why not make a few for friends this year?
You will need: Fabric scraps (cotton recommended) Backing fabric (cotton or wool recommended) minimum size 9×6″ (23x15cm) Quilt batting scraps (cotton or wool recommended) minimum size 9×6″ (23x15cm) Bias binding 1″ single fold width minimum length 35″ (90cm) Tip: Join a few bias binding lengths together if required Sewing machine General sewing supplies. Fat Quarter Gang - Dresden Pillow Poof by Diary of a Quilter - Art Gallery Fabrics - The Creative Blog.
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I am Amy Smart and I blog about my sewing and quilting fetish at Diary of a Quilter. Today I am sharing a tutorial for a Dresden-inspired circle pillow "poof" using Bari J.'s gorgeous new Bijoux collection. This tutorial will create a 16" cushion. The fabric requirements for this project are: 10 fat quarters of Bijoux by Bari J. I used the EZ quilt Dresden wedge ruler by Simplicity (an 18 degree wedge) - it's widely available in the notions department of chain sewing stores, as well as independent quilt shops.
If you are using 10 different prints, cut a 7" x 9 1/2" rectangle of each print. Layout wedges to get the color and design placement you want. After sewing pairs together, sew four of the sets into groups of four, and then into two groups of 10 wedges. To create the center circle, trace and cut out a 4" template. Use pressed lines as guides to find the center of the larger pieced circle by lining up pressed lines with the lines of the pieced wedges. How to make a Quilt as you Go reversible square block - Quilting Tips & Techniques 111. Log Cabin Quilt Block Tutorial. How To Assemble A Block Quilt. How to #sew #quilt squares borders- Jelly Roll quilt. How to #Sew Quilt squares using Jelly Roll -Video One. Sew colorful woven coasters.
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Using their fabric I made a zebra print Owl Remote Caddy Pillow. You can find the tutorial and pattern below. Here is the Pattern with all the layers. It was hand drawn and scanned but hopefully no one has any problems using it. You’ll notice a slight curve on the stomach area. Print 100% do NOT scale to fit page, you want it to be the correct size. The first 4 pages are the Owl’s body. Owl body should be 19” tall (tip of ears to bottom) and 15.75” wide along the bottom after printing.
Step 1: Cut out your fabric pieces. Step 4: Zigzag stitch the inside of eye onStep 5: Zigzag stitch the eyelidsStep 6: Hand sew the buttons on. Step 8: Right sides together, sew the beak, feet and wings together using 1/4” seam allowance. Step 9: Turn right sides out and stitch gaps closed. Step 10: Lay your wings in place. Step 11: Sew around the owl body edges using 1/4” seam allowance. Couture : couper et assembler un bloc. Stash Busters with Frieda Anderson, Fabric Fuser.
Stash Busters with Jacquie Gering, Improvisational Quilter. Stash Busters with Ann Petersen, Machine Quilter. Stash Busters with Camille Roskelley, Quilter and Designer.