90-Minute Quilts. 25+ Projects You Can Make in an Afternoon by Meryl Ann Butler
By Meryl Ann Butler
Quilting hasn't ever been this easy!
If you've got regularly desired to test quilting yet did not imagine you had the time, or if you have been quilting for years and need a enjoyable holiday from complicated initiatives, then 90-Minute Quilts is simply the e-book for you!
Through easy-to-follow timesaving ideas and using verified instruments, writer Meryl Ann Butler indicates you ways 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 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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Do I have to take the whole quilt apart to get it out? A Luckily, no you don't. Find the closest seam, carefully remove a few stitches and pull the pin out (tweezers can help). Close the opening using a blindstitch. If it's a wall hanging, and the pin inside has a glass head, protect the project on the top and bottom of the area where the pin is with heavy cardboard. With a hammer, hit the pinhead. A glass head will shatter, and you can pull the pin out. Because this leaves little pieces of glass inside, this is appropriate for wall hangings, but not for quilts that will be washed and cuddled.
Adopting clever timesaving techniques makes it possible! Being a mom of eight motivated me to develop fast methods so that my limited time for quilting would be as fun and effective as possible. I developed the beginnings of my 90-Minute Quilts techniques in 1984 in order to teach my 7-year-old how to make her first quilt, which she delightedly exhibited in my guild's annual show. Today, I'm thrilled to use these speedy techniques to make 90-Minute Quilts for my grandbabies. These cheerful little quilts are fun, fast and washable.
Meryl Ann Butler. Photo courtesy Fairfield Processing Corp. Jewels of India. Bernina Fashion Show, 2005/06 — Inspiration. Meryl Ann Butler. Photo by Kim Coffman and courtesy of Bernina and Quilts, Inc. When life is so hectic that six minutes feels like too much time to invest in microwaving dinner, few of us can find the leisure time for quilting that our grandmothers enjoyed. Yet, we still have the same heartfelt desires to make quilts for our loved ones and for community service projects. But how can we ever stitch enough quilts for everyone?