1, 2, 3 Quilt: Shape Up Your Skills with 24 Stylish Projects by Ellen Luckett Baker

By Ellen Luckett Baker

During this follow-up to 1,2,3 stitch, professional seamstress and craft blogger Ellen Luckett Baker deals her certain construction block method of quilting. She provides 24 tasks in teams of 3, every one team targeting a special form and talent set. Readers grasp the fundamental shapes of quilting; squares, rectangles, triangles, hexagons, cirlces, flora, stars and diamonds, and multiply their stitching abilities as they pass. each one bankruptcy starts off with anything small and straightforward, then strikes into an intermediate venture and ends with a full-sized duvet.

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STEP 4: SEW POUCH AND LINING. Open the zipper halfway. Fold the lining pieces together so the right sides are facing, flattening the zipper ends. Fold the outer pieces out of the way. 5-cm opening in the fig. 5-cm opening HOW-TO: INSTALL A ZIPPER IN A LINED BAG These instructions are for installing a zipper in a lined bag, as used in the Pixel Pouch (page 29) and Native Star Duffel Bag (page 138) projects. You will need a zipper presser foot attachment for your sewing machine. 1 Place one outer piece and one lining piece fig.

Be sure to press seams to the side as you work. Repeat for blocks 2, 3, and 4, laying out and assembling the blocks according to the diagrams on pages 52–53, making five of each block. quilt, and quilt it. You may choose to quilt it with straight or diagonal lines, or with small rectangles to echo the shapes in the quilt (see sample freemotion quilting shapes in photos on page 51 and the facing page). Or if you used all solids for the quilt, you might consider a pattern for the top quilting. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 STEP 2: ASSEMBLE THE QUILT TOP.

PIXEL POUCH This handy pouch uses little multicolored squares to resemble the look of pixels on a screen. Whether you use patterns, solids, or a mix, this is a great project for using up your fabric scraps. Fully lined, this pouch is the perfect size for cosmetics, jewelry, or other accessories, and the size can be easily modified to suit your needs. You can use the grid provided for your layout, or you can create your own design. MATERIALS CUT 20 different fabric scraps, each at least 4 by 4 in/ 10 by 10 cm, of varying shades for pouch front Note: Before cutting, sort through your fabric scraps to choose the colors you will use.

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