By Leni Levenson Wiener
Quickly and smooth Quilts, effortless as 1-2-3!
Selecting materials and making nice quilts hasn't ever been more uncomplicated! In 3-Fabric Quilts, Leni Levenson Wiener supplies the instruments to make twelve tremendous quilts that every require simply 3 materials. With every one duvet composed of geometric squares, rectangles and strips, slicing and piecing hasn't ever been so speedy and simple.
Inside, youll find:
- suggestion on determining the 3 materials, together with pointers on realizing colour, price and print scale, making textile purchasing more straightforward than ever.
- Illustrated directions for twelve 3-fabric quilts, every one with yardage necessities and directions for a small and massive size.
- a distinct quilting template for every undertaking, particularly designed for the quilt.
- simple rotary slicing, piecing and completing instructions.
- enjoyable, clean, modern materials, layouts and styles, ideal for presents or to accessorize your individual home!
No have to rigidity approximately deciding on plenty of coordinating materials. With a couple of easy tips and information, pick out simply 3 materials and one in every of 12 terrific designs and youll be in your method to a stunning complete cover!
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Extra resources for 3-Fabric Quilts Quick Techniques for Simple Projects
Press seam allowances toward Fabric 2. Make one strip set for the small quilt or three for the twin quilt. 4 Cut the strip set into sections every 5” (13cm). This is Unit 2A. Make five 2A units for the small quilt or twenty for the twin quilt. 5 Next to your sewing machine, make a Unit 1A pile, all oriented with Fabric 3 at the top, and a Unit 2A pile, all oriented with Fabric 2 at the bottom. Flip a Unit 2A onto a Unit 1A, right sides together and edges aligned, and chain piece to make the A blocks.
Use two rulers to add up the amount you need to measure. For example, if you need a 7½” (19cm) strip and have a 6½” (17cm) ruler, use another ruler to add 1” (2cm) to the edge. Use two rulers together to create a larger ruler. Strip Piecing and Construction Methods Not long ago, quilts were made by cutting each individual piece of fabric with a template and a pair of scissors. This was not only very time-consuming, it was not terribly accurate. Quilts were constructed by sewing those little pieces together one at a time.
Each block should measure 12½” × 12½” (32cm × 32cm). Make nine blocks for the small quilt or thirty-five for the twin quilt. ASSEMBLE AND FINISH THE QUILT 1 Arrange the blocks into rows, alternately orienting the center strip horizontally and vertically to create the basket-weave effect. The first block of each row should alternate horizontally or vertically, as shown. For the small quilt, make three rows of three blocks each. For the twin quilt, make seven rows of five blocks each. 2 Sew the blocks into rows.
3-Fabric Quilts Quick Techniques for Simple Projects by Leni Levenson Wiener