|"Fall Home" 45" X 25" 2020|
and carefully cut it out. The word went on the quilt and the cut out fabric was fused to some blue fabric (reverse applique) for another project.
|free motion stitching with copper thread|
|every quilt needs a cow right?|
trim the quilt and place sleeve fabric (double size needed plus 1/2") face down and baste. Draw a pencil line across it, not halfway, but just 1/8" short of it, and do a running stitch to tack it to the backing. Don't catch the front of the quilt!
When you fold it up, you'll have that little eighth inch of clearance room for a rod so the quilt doesn't bow out when it's hung up. Catch the raw edges in the binding when you put that on.
I had just enough of this binding fabric. Make it work! When the last stitch goes on it's done, sleeve and all!
Ms P Designs USA
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The complete week's list is on Carla's blog, Quilting in the Sticks