Search Results for borders-bindings-and-edges

a a More challenging to bind Binding the Scalloped Edge 1. Transfer the design line to the quilt border and mark the pivot points 14 " from each crevice . 2. Pin binding around the curve to the pivot point . Sew one scallop at a time .

Author: Sally Collins

Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

ISBN: 1571202331

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 111

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Quilt borders, bindings & edges.
2004-01-01 By Sally Collins

You can sketch different border ideas on each frame and leave one frame blank, representing a faced edge. Audition each border option with ... Borders, Bindings and Edges: Tbe Art ofEinisbing Your Quilt. Lafayette, CA: CBCT Publishing, ...

Author: Lorraine Torrence

Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781571209092

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 96

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Stock Up Your Creative Toolbox With Indispensable Quilt Design Techniques. Supercharge your creative spirit with 10 lessons in designing with fabrics-from basic design principles to finding new sources of inspiration. Take an artistic journey through the creative processes of 8 real-life quilters and learn with them as they work through a series of design challenges. Learn to experiment, evaluate results, and enhance your designs, working either by yourself or with a group. Use critique groups to improve your work with other quilters' insights. The lessons you'll learn in this inspiring workshop will help you bring new creativity to any style of quilting or fiber arts, whether your tastes are traditional or contemporary. It's a must for anyone who loves to design with fabric.
2010-11-05 By Lorraine Torrence

This book teaches quilters how to use a variety of quilting skills to take a completed quilt to a fabulous finish. &break;&break;Filled with more than 150 step-by-step instructional color photos, this guide fills a highly sought after niche ...

Author: Darlene Zimmerman

Publisher: Krause Publications

ISBN: 0873499794

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

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Quilters will learn new techniques to enhance the character of any quilt in The Quilter's Edge. This book teaches quilters how to use a variety of quilting skills to take a completed quilt to a fabulous finish. &break;&break;Filled with more than 150 step-by-step instructional color photos, this guide fills a highly sought after niche in quilting references. Readers will appreciate over 150 color photos and illustrations that demonstrate the effectiveness of finished edges in enhancing an entire quilt. Featured techniques include scalloped edges, prairie points, setting options, size options, binding secrets, curved edges, notched edges, quilt labels and more! In addition, quilters gain valuable formulas for figuring yardage and size. &break;&break;Includes formulas for figuring yardage and size &break;&break;Involved a variety of quilting skills to give quilters practice
2005-10-01 By Darlene Zimmerman

Bindings. and. Facings. to. Enclose. Edges. Take into account, before you decide to finish the edges with an enclosed border, that the edge will be a double or triple thickness. If the edge has been cut, then the original fabric will ...

Author: Margaret Radcliffe

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN: 9781603428873

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 296

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“A treasure trove of knowledge . . . its clarity, detail, scope, and companionable tone make it an extraordinary reference and a delicious read” (Publishers Weekly). Knitting is a combination of skill, determination, and adaptability. Whether you’re looking for a suitable substitute yarn, trying to modify a pattern, or fixing a mistake, Margaret Radcliffe—the bestselling author of Circular Knitting Workshop and The Knitting Answer Book—offers proven advice that will help you solve all of your knitting quandaries. With this definitive guide, you’ll not only learn how to adjust armholes and shape collars, but why certain techniques work best in different situations. Radcliffe gives you the confidence and inspiration that will help you become a better, happier, and more confident knitter. “This book explains the why behind the how to of knitting. Imagine if the tiny little bit of information at the beginning of a knitting pattern was blown up into an almost 300-page reference book; that begins to explain The Knowledgeable Knitter.” — “Brilliant for those people who have recently picked up the sticks and string, but it’s got something in there for every knitter.” —Woolwinding
2014-10-10 By Margaret Radcliffe

Author: Darlene Zimmerman


ISBN: OCLC:1300915619

Category: Quilting


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Stitch the raw edges of the row about / 8 inch from the edge to hold the prairie point folds in place until you are ... to your quilt edges , whether before the border is added or at the edge of the border before the binding is added .

Author: Susan McKelvey

Publisher: Rodale

ISBN: 1579545548

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 256

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Theres always a challenge in quilting, and this book guarantees that quilters can rise to that challenge. Quilting and Color Made Easy provides all the basic techniques needed for cutting, piecing, and appliqu; includes shortcuts for sets, borders, and bindings; gives a straightforward explanation of the color wheel and how to use it specifically for quilting; and provides detailed charts for quilters to analyze and organize their fabric stash. Filled with beautiful photographs and written by two well-known professional quilters, this book appeals not only to the beginner but also to intermediate quilters who want to expand their basic knowledge.
2002-07-05 By Susan McKelvey

The creative borders and bindings in this book will add special touches to finished quilts. This book offers advise for choosing the right one.

Author: Jodi Warner

Publisher: Annie's

ISBN: 1592170013

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 130

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The creative borders and bindings in this book will add special touches to finished quilts. This book offers advise for choosing the right one.
2002-01-01 By Jodi Warner

Repeat with another binding strip on the top front edge . Turn bindings over seam allowance and press . Refer to Blind Stitch on page 26. Fold bindings to back of pot holder and attach with blind stitch . 9. For second border , cut two ...

Author: Donna Kooler

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 1402717687

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 112

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A brightly illustrated introduction to the art of quilting provides detailed instruction in everything from selecting fabrics to more advanced quilting techniques, taking novice needleworkers step by step through the entire process of creating their own heirloom quilt. Reprint.
2004 By Donna Kooler

Pin, attach, and trim these to the top ,' Stitch narrow border and and bottom in the same way. press outWarcL Attach top and bottom ... Pin the side binding strips in position on the quilt, with the raw edges of the strips along the 32.

Author: Gloria Loughman

Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781607056300

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 127

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Four stunning projects show how to take advantage of light via such quilting techniques as fusible tiling, invisible machine appliqué, free-motion stitching and fabric dyeing and painting. Original.
2013 By Gloria Loughman

The Texts and Spaces at each Opening are surrounded by elegant Borders , specially designed for the Work . PRICES : No. 1 , Borders in Mauve , Cloth , gilt - edges .............. 28. 6d . MEDIUM EDITION . IN SUPERIOR BINDINGS , the ...



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