By Barbara Randle
If youre trying to find a clean method of the age-old artwork of loopy quilting, glance no extra than Barbara Randles loopy Quilting with perspective. listed below are throw pillows, lampshades, handbags, scarves - plenty of artsy tasks your nice grandmother may well by no means have imagined! integrated are chapters on conventional loopy quilting innovations, tips on how to select and combine shades, and a few embellishment rules that may take your creations excessive.
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61 Chapter 11 16 One at a time, pin each petal lining Night Bloomer Evening Bag through this opening. qxd 6/4/03 8:21 AM Page 62 Photo 6 Pinning handle between two petals. Photo 7 Stitching pocket to hold drawstring. 17 Turn purse right side out through the 18 Press well. 19 Top stitch opening in lining closed. 20 Pin handle ends down into purse 21 Stitch in the ditch (machine stitch 22 Stitch 1" above ditch on each petal to 23 Pull drawstring through pocket. 24 Hand stitch tassels to ends of draw- 25 For a ribbon “slide” which secures the opening left in the lining.
WE THOUGHT THE FIRST ONES WERE ABOUT THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THINGS WE HAD EVER SEEN, BUT WHEN WE LOOK AT THEM NOW, WE CAN’T BELIEVE HOW DIFFERENT THEY ARE FROM THE CURRENT VERSION. THE FLAPS ON THE FIRST ONES WERE A LITTLE TOO NARROW. WE USED TASSELS THAT WERE NOT SUBSTANTIAL ENOUGH, AND IT WOULD NOT BE UNUSUAL TO BE WALKING THROUGH THE MALL AND HAVE THE TASSEL THE FLOOR. ADDITIONALLY, “EXPLODE” WE HAD NOT LEARNED TO DO THE GIVES THEM THE CRISP LOOK. I AND DROP BEADS ALL OVER “SUPER Little Purse 6/4/03 43 PRESS” WHICH IS WHAT GUESS PRACTICE REALLY DOES MAKE PERFECT … EVENTUALLY!
Handle ends on front panel should match up with position of handle on back panel. allowance. side through opening left in lining. with top stitching. purse with lining inside. purse. flap above tassel. finished purse well. qxd 6/4/03 8:13 AM Page 48 Crazy Quilting with attitude CHAPTER 9 Chapter 9 48 6/4/03 8:14 AM Page 49 supplies needed ● Pattern (see page 125) ● Canvas foundation fabric: 121⁄2" x 11" for front and back, 2 ● Fabric for quilting: • 4" squares for centers of purse front and back, 2 • 3" x 10" strips of various coordinated fabrics, 34 • 29" x 5" cut of designer fabric (outer strip that joins front to back and should be medium, not heavyweight, tapestry-type material) ● 28" x 5" cut of fusible interfacing for outer strip ● Cording for outer strip, 58" ● 36" x 1" silk handles, 2 (see handle instructions for Little Purse in Chapter 8; page 45) ● Purse lining: • Front and back pieces (cut by pattern, page 125) • 28" x 5" center strip • 12" x 71⁄2" pocket fabric ● Plastic canvas grid: 31⁄2" x 91⁄4" * ● Magnetic snap ● 2" squares of stabilizer for snap, 4 ● Crinoline, 4" x 3", 2 ● Fusible web, 4" x 3", 2 ● “Hairy” trim, 1 yd * The plastic grid is used to provide a hard bottom inside the purse.