Donna Kooler's Seasons in Cross-Stitch by Donna Kooler

By Donna Kooler

A set of 21 designs for hangings, samplers and pillows that are appropriate for each season of the yr.

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4. Stitch the appliqué shape in place as close to the outside edges of the shape as possible. Backstitch to secure at the start and the end. tip Use a see-through embroidery foot to make this easier. Layering and quilting When your quilt top is finished, use your preferred method to layer it for quilting. Make sure the backing and batting are 8″ larger than the quilt top each way. For larger quilts, you may have to piece your batting. Lay the pieces next to each other so they are touching or even slightly overlapping, and whipstitch them together.

Press the hexagon appliqué well and spray with starch for extra stiffness. 2. Lay out the background fabric, smooth out any creases, and position the hexagon appliqué in place. Pin well. 3. To remove all the paper templates: Work your way around the shape, removing a pin at a time; remove the template, and then repin in place. 4. Stitch the appliqué shape in place as close to the outside edges of the shape as possible. Backstitch to secure at the start and the end. tip Use a see-through embroidery foot to make this easier.

Front cover 1. Baste the 1½″ × 1½″ squares of the coordinating hexagon fabrics to the paper templates, arrange them in a rosette shape, and sew them together (Figure 1). Figure 1 2. Remove the paper template from the middle hexagon. Center the rosette on the 3½″ × 3½″ white square. 3. Hand appliqué the rosette in place, removing the paper templates as you work your way around the rosette. 4. Sew the 2 bright pink 3½″ × 1″ strips to the top and the bottom of the white square. Press. Sew the 2 bright pink 1″× 4½″ strips to the sides (Figure 2).

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