Quilts for kids to love by Kathy Wesley; American School of Needlework

By Kathy Wesley; American School of Needlework

Ten easy-to-sew designs with or 3 models for every during this 40-page, full-color publication

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Quilting 1. Refer to “Basting” on page 25. Place the backing and batting in the center of the wrong side of the batik fabric; baste. For this project, the batting and backing are cut smaller than the top fabric. The extra fabric is left unquilted so it can be wrapped around the artist canvas. Wrong side of fabric Batting Painting and Embellishing 1. Refer to “Painting on Fabric” on page 36. Paint the flowers, leaves, and feather motifs. Remember to let the paint dry between layers and before heat setting.

On flower petals the tiny 2 mm crystals can look like dew. The solid black crystals look like seeds in the middle of flowers. Best of all, the crystals are easy to apply to your quilt. You’ll need an applicator wand for your hot-fix crystals, which have a heat-activated glue applied to the back. The applicator comes with tips in several sizes to match the size of the crystal. To apply the crystals, it’s important to have the correct-size tip on the applicator. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

This time my eyes did not initially see what my mind had conceived. So remember, your mind is an artistic tool. Develop it and you may find yourself going beyond what you expected. 50 50-weight cotton thread for bobbin Cutting From the large-scale bright batik or hand-dyed fabric, cut: 1 piece, 49" x 42" From the inner-border fabric, cut: 5 strips, 2" x 42" From the outer-border fabric, cut: 5 strips, 6" x 42" From the binding fabric, cut: 5 strips, 2½" x 42" This one-time download is for the exclusive use of: Paula Melino.

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