25 Ways to Sew Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes & Charm Packs: Modern Quilt Projects from Contemporary Pre-cuts

25 Ways to Sew Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes & Charm Packs: Modern Quilt Projects from Contemporary Pre-cuts

Brioni Greenberg

Language: English

Pages: 128


Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Create stunning modern quilts and quilted projects from jelly rolls, layer cakes and other pre-cuts fabric bundles. Featuring 25 small and large projects, each made from pre-cut bundles of fabric, including full sized bed quilts, bags and table runners. Be inspired by fabulous contemporary quilt designs using the most exciting fabric lines, and use up the leftovers to make quick and easy small quilted projects.

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(10.2cm) once sewn together, you will need both your squares to start out as 5in (12.7cm). English paper piecing English paper piecing is an old technique where paper pieces are wrapped in fabric and then sewn together. For this you need: paper templates, needles, contrasting thread for quilting and co-ordinating thread for sewing the pieces together. A glue stick may also be useful. 1. Cut out your paper templates as accurately as possible. Take the fabric pieces and place the template in the

free motion/darning foot. 2. Put your quilt sandwich under the machine foot and bring the needle down and back up and pull the bobbin thread up to the surface. Make a couple of stitches in the same place to secure the ends and then bring your needle back down. 3. Start sewing and move your work under the machine. At first it can feel rather strange as essentially it is like writing but by moving the paper rather than the pen! It can take some practice to get good control and the key to success

Jenny Pedigo’s curved ruler is available at many online stores but can be purchased directly from Jenny at: www.sewkindofwonderful.com •  22.5 degree rulers are available in a couple of different versions but I recommend the Nifty Notions Cut For The Cure ruler. Not only is it a great ruler but a percentage of the sales also go to the The Chicagoland Affiliate of The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The Giant’s Causeway quilt is an English paper piecing project that requires a paper

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(208.3cm × 233.7cm) Size: 76in × 86in (193cm × 218.4cm) 1 Preparing and cutting fabrics Cut the 34 layer cake print fabric squares in half to yield 68 rectangles, 5in × 10in (12.7cm × 25.4cm). Cut 28 layer cake background fabric squares in half to yield 56 rectangles, 5in × 10in (12.7cm × 25.4cm). Cut three layer cake background fabric squares in quarters to yield 12 squares, 5in × 5in. Cut six layer cake background fabric squares in half to yield 12 rectangles, 5in × 10in (12.7cm ×

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