By Meryl Ann Butler
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If you will have consistently 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 complicated initiatives, then 90-Minute Quilts is simply the ebook for you!
Through easy-to-follow timesaving strategies and using demonstrated instruments, writer Meryl Ann Butler exhibits you ways 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 function movie, now you can create a beautiful souvenir to provide as a present or cherish on your own residence. Now that is ninety mins of natural leisure.
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Cheap threads may save a few pennies at the register, but their fragile fibers fill your machine with debris, making machine servicing necessary more often. A great spacesaver for your sewing room: store batting overhead in an inexpensive, lightweight hammock! Select a location, remembering that it will sag much lower when it is filled with batting. Install two hooks in your ceiling or near the top of two walls from which to suspend it. (I used the hooks for hanging planters. ) Hang the hammock rings on the hooks and pop your batting in.
Left: A Clover mini-iron is wonderful for pressing those hard-to-reach places. Right: Various products assist in specialty pressing. STORAGE AND CARE Store extra 6″ squares in plastic or archival cardboard boxes large enough for the squares to lie flat, such as the #1695 Sterlite Mini Crate plastic tote. I recommend QuiltCare Liquid Wash as an excellent laundering product for quilting fabrics. It is also great for natural fiber clothing, lingerie and linens. It is “earth friendly,” contains no phosphates or bleach and is biodegradable.
2. Rotary cut around perimeter of ruler, shifting the ruler slightly while cutting so the final piece is 6″ × 25″. ) 3. Subcut 6″ squares by turning 6″ × 24″ fabric strip at 90-degree angle to create four identical fussy-cut squares. 4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 two more times on darker rose striped fabric. You will have 12 total squares, but only need nine for this project. Store the other three squares for another project. 5. Fussy-cut the remaining fabrics in the same manner as steps 1 through 3 to obtain the number of squares needed, as follows: 3 squares, 6″ × 6″, lighter color stripe of rose-colored fabric 13 squares, 6″ × 6″, tangerine striped fabric 17 squares, 6″ × 6″, yellow striped fabric 18 squares, 6″ × 6″, lime green striped fabric 15 squares, 6″ × 6″, turquoise/green striped fabric 12 squares, 6″ × 6″, deep royal striped fabric 7 squares, 6″ × 6″, lighter purple from purple striped fabric 5 squares, 6″ × 6″, darker purple from purple striped fabric PREPARE BACKING Create the flannel backing, as detailed on page 15 for Backing For Larger Quilts.