A bird in hand: folk art projects inspired by our feathered by Renee Plains

By Renee Plains

Feathered acquaintances take fanciful flight during this various selection of 21 tasks encouraged via the undying appeal of folks paintings. even if you're keen on hand appliqu?©, rug hooking, piecework, or move sew, Liberty big name dressmaker Ren?©e Plains deals anything for each quilter during this e-book. incorporated are six avian-embellished appliqu?© quilts and 3 pieced quilts with bird-themed blocks. in the event you take pleasure in making smaller scale tasks resembling pincushions, the publication additionally good points 8 vintage-style stitching add-ons starting from pinkeeps to stitching wallet - excellent to your stitching room or presents for fellow sewers. And Ren?©e has additionally designed 4 extra whimsical accents - a pillow and hooked rug for the house in addition to an informal tote and computing device disguise to take alongside when you are at the cross. She additionally stocks her favourite appliqu?© options and shrewdpermanent counsel for making a few of the initiatives cross easily.

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Stitch a G strip to an H strip to an I strip with right sides together along length; press seams toward G and I strips. 4. Stitch a G-H-I strip to opposite sides of the pieced center with G on the inside; press seams toward strips. 5. Draw a diagonal line from corner to corner on the wrong side of each J square. 6. Stitch J to each corner of K as in steps 2 and 3 for Completing the Blocks; repeat to make four J-K units. 7. Stitch a J-K unit to each end of each remaining G-H-I strip; press seam toward J-K units.

Cut from black swirl print: three 23/4" by fabric width A strips, four 5" by fabric width D/DR strips, (10) 2" by fabric width H strips and (13) 11/2" by fabric width I/J/M/N strips. 9. Prepare templates A, B, C, D/DR, E/ER and F using patterns on page 67. 10. Refer to Figure 1 for template layout and cut pieces from strips as directed on patterns. D A B DR C E F ER 1. Cut two 37/8" by fabric width pink dot B strips. 2. Cut three 23/4" by fabric width blue plaid A strips. Figure 1 3. Cut three 7" by fabric width purple dot C strips.

12. Cut three 23/4" by fabric width navy tonal strips; subcut strips into (36) 23/4" squares. Cut each square in half on one diagonal to make 72 N triangles. 13. Cut (10) 21/4" by fabric width navy tonal strips for binding. 14. Cut two 71/2" by fabric width white solid strips; subcut strips into nine 71/2" squares. Cut each square on both diagonals to make 36 E triangles. 15. Cut five 43/4" by fabric width white solid strips; subcut strips into (36) 43/4" J squares. 16. Cut three 3" by fabric width white solid strips; subcut strips into (36) 3" squares.

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