Crafts In The World is back for another shortcut bedspread, and this time we brought flowers, to be more specific Flores do Bairro Gordo. The free fat quarter flower pattern features instructions for making the 52 1/2 “x 65 1/2” quilt. Learn how to make these beautiful flower blocks using triangles on a triangle roll paper for fast and accurate triangles. This beautiful quilt can be made with 10 Fat Quarters and 7 “Half Square Triangle Paper of Triangles on a Roll. You can pick up the lovely Fat Quarter Flowers Quilt Kit made with Harper’s Garden by Sherri & Chelsi for Moda Fabrics! It brings the colors of garden, so let’s go quilting! The Fat Quarter bedspread pattern looks complicated, but the technique for making the flowers is surprisingly simple! Follow along carefully with the tutorial and learn, assemble the Fat Quarter Flowers step by step!
Quilting is a technique used in crafts and means quilting, it has been for thousands of years along with patchwork, a partner in the world of crafts. The technique requires precision and whimsy, which greatly values the works for being unique and handcrafted. Imported fabrics and materials are often used, creating beautiful work, completely handmade. Quilting is a fun and practical way to spend time. You use your creativity to create beautiful blankets, pillows and decorations for the home, which will be passed on to your children and grandchildren. In a few steps you will learn how to make a basic quilt to show off your new skill to friends and family. Start with a beautiful combination of thick rooms for this fun bedspread. It looks complicated, but it is very simple to do. And you don’t have to worry too much about combining points, so it’s even easier for beginners. It also looks great on any color palette. Play with the colors to make it yours. See how to assemble the bedspread and enjoy every moment, for sure you will have fun. The finished quilt is 52 1/2 “x 65 1/2”.
The word quilt comes from the Latin culcita, a kind of mattress or cushion filled with something soft and warm (as well as feathers, wool or hair) and used for laying or covering. Quilting, which means quilting, and Patchwork are partners in the world of crafts, and have been together for thousands of years. The reasons for quilting are diverse: they can simply be something to keep people warm; they can be copies of old quilts, celebrating the past; They can play with fabric patterns and textures for sheer pleasure, exercise and the beauty of the result.The evidence for the existence of quilting dates back several centuries before the Romans. A funerary carpet, found in Russia on the floor of a chief’s grave and dated to somewhere between 100 B.C. to 200 A.D., is probably the oldest quilting item that survived.
Quilt by hand
- Use special quilting lines in the tone of the fabric or in contrasting colors.
- Tie a knot at the end of the line and pass it through the first layer of the fabric, staying in the center of the sandwich.
- Sew the 3 parts of the work, front, blanket and lining, with small, regular basting stitches, always quilting from the center of the work to the edges. If you want, make a few stitches at a time before pulling the thread. There are many people who prefer to go out with the needle inside out and work upwards again, making one stitch at a time.
- To finish, turn the needle 4 or 5 stitches and hide the thread between the lining and the work blanket.
- There are special machine feet that make the job easier. There are two models, imported, for the straight quilt: the Walking-Foot and for the free quilt: the Big-Foot.
- You can quilting using the normal foot of your machine, however, these two will make the job easier.
- Straight quilt, the tracing can follow the seam lines, being 0.5mm from it, making several lines throughout the work, always in a straight line.
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