By Meryl Ann Butler
Quilting hasn't ever been this easy!
If you could 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 tasks, then 90-Minute Quilts is simply the booklet for you!
Through easy-to-follow timesaving strategies and using verified instruments, writer Meryl Ann Butler exhibits you the way to sew up every thing from four-patch pillow and wall hangings to crib-size child quilts and bigger snuggle/lap quilts.
In the time it takes to monitor a characteristic movie, now you can create a stunning souvenir to offer as a present or cherish on your own residence. Now that is ninety mins of natural leisure.
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Extra resources for 90-Minute Quilts. 25+ Projects You Can Make in an Afternoon
Line up the 45-degree diagonal line of 6″ square ruler with the stripe selected. Be aware of the colors of the triangle shapes created by cutting the stripes at the two other corners. These will help you line up the ruler the same every time. 3. Cut 35 total 6″ squares exactly the same (aligning the same stripe with the 45-degree line). 4. Trim silk noil backing to 38″ × 49″. Silk has fibers like little thorns that want to grab onto everything from other fabrics to chapped fingers. These thorns love to pull batting through the weave of the backing fabric to create bearding.
After I started my first line of stitching, I realized I had the wrong color in the bobbin. Now what? A If the color of backing fabric is darker than the bobbin thread, you can color it in with Micron pen or Sharpie marker. How to prevent this next time: Do all piecing and stitching with the backing color thread in the bobbin. Q My backing is too short to make self-binding. How do I bind my quilt now? A Trim the batting shorter than the prescribed amount, so the backing has less batting to fold over.
Save your old rotary cutter for blades that have gotten too dull for cutting fabric, but are still sharp enough to cut paper and template material. RULERS Clear plastic non-slip rulers are essential for accurate cutting. Ruler sizes used for most of the projects in this book are the 6″ × 24″ and 6″ square. A 120″-long tape is useful for measuring larger quilts. TRANSPARENT FLUORESCENT TAPE Tape that temporarily adheres to the ruler to high-light selected cutting lines makes it easier to relocate lines on the ruler in repetitive cutting.
90-Minute Quilts. 25+ Projects You Can Make in an Afternoon by Meryl Ann Butler