Download PDF by Kay M. Capps Cross: A Black & White Garden

By Kay M. Capps Cross

ISBN-10: 1574329529

ISBN-13: 9781574329520

How are you going to painting the attractiveness of a backyard with basically black and white? With dashes of colour on a dramatic black-and-white historical past! deliver your textile backyard to lifestyles utilizing effortless fusible appliqué, starting place piecing, and strip piecing. The styles are simply adaptable at hand appliqué to boot. Quilts are proven in either black-and-white and colour types, encouraging quilters to decide on their very own palette. cloth choice guidance, sizable appliqué and paper-piecing templates, counsel on quilting, embellishment feedback, and stitching directions are all supplied. domesticate your textile offerings and elaborations to have a tendency and develop a few very good quilts!

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As I mentioned earlier, sometimes thready raw edges bother me. To solve both issues, I recommend se ing your sewing machine to a wide zigzag and use monofilament to stitch down the edges. Do this before you add your backing. ) Figure 2: Fuse in place. 45 String Piecing If you have lots of scraps in all shapes and sizes, then boy, do I have a method for you. I absolutely love string piecing. I can throw on my favorite movie and sew, sew, sew without having to think too hard. Start by organizing your scraps and gathering strips of fabric.

In Foggy Fall (page 86), the background is stipple quilted with a lightly colored variegated thread. A dark thread is used to quilt the leaves and the surrounding area. 64 Quilting tiny loops, circles and flowers adds interest to appliquéed elements in your landscape, as shown here in Foggy Spring (page 82). Blocking and Binding A er the quilting is done, block your quilt. If you are confident that none of your fabric will bleed, simply soak the quilt in cold water and spin out the excess. Stretch the quilt out in a clean, carpeted area, and use carpentry rulers to ensure 90° corners.

In Wildflowers by the Sea (page 74), I added pink and lavender. Hills and Mountains Creating hills and mountains can be as simple as joining two strips of fabric—one strip of mountain fabric and one strip of background fabric. You can sew the two strips together creating the same 45° angle used to join binding strips, or you can use other angles to create sloping hills or steep mountains. These bluffs in Strip-Pieced Spring (page 68) are mainly created using 45° angles. Mix the angles to create a natural-looking rock outcropping, as shown here in Lone Cypress Tree (page 120).

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