By Meg Swansen
A meeting of Lace ДОМ и СЕМЬЯ, ХОББИ и РАЗВЛЕЧЕНИЯ, РУКОДЕЛИЕ Год выпуска: 2005 Автор: Meg Swansen Издательство: XRX Books ISBN: 978-1893762244 Формат: PDF Качество: хорошее Количество страниц: 182 Язык: английский Размер: 21.2Книга по вязанию шалей, шарфов и палантинов.скачать с www..com скачать с www.uplouding.com eighty five
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3. Cut two 21/4" x 181/2" F strips print 3. 4. Cut one 181/2" x 14" backing rectangle. Completing the Pieced Top 1. Sew B to opposite sides of A as shown in Figure 1; press seams toward B. 2. Sew C to the remaining sides of A referring to Figure 2; press seams toward C. C B A Figure 1 Scrap Happy Quilting Figure 2 40 3. Add D and DR to the A-B-C unit to complete the center unit as shown in Figure 3; press seams toward D and DR. DR D “Use leftover border prints in these unique place mats. ” —Gina Gempesaw Figure 3 4.
Cut out the copies, leaving a margin around the outside bold lines (Figure 1a). Color choices can be written in the numbered spaces on the marked side of each pattern. The paper pattern is a reverse image of the stitched design. A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 Figure 1a 3. Cut fabric scraps to completely cover numbered spaces on a copy with at least a ¼" margin around each one. Note: You can make an extra copy of each paper-piecing pattern and cut the sections apart to use as guides. Place cut sections on the wrong side of the fabric scraps with the letter sides facing up as shown in Figure 2a.
A1 2A 1A 2A A6 A7 A8 3A 4A 5A 6A 7A 8A Figure 4a 6. Turn the paper over with the printed side facing you, and then fold the paper along the lines between sections 1 and 2. Trim fabric to about ¼" from the folded edge (Figure 5a). A1 A2 5. Turn the paper pattern over with the unmarked side facing you and position piece A1 right side up over the space marked A1 (Figure 4a). Hold the paper up to a light and make sure that the fabric overlaps all sides at least ¼". Pin to hold in place. 7. Place fabric piece A2 right sides together with piece A1.
A Gathering of Lace by Meg Swansen