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By Connie Ellison, Michele Maks

A colourful and sundry choice of dishcloths, potholders and scrubbies are made simply available with using attractively photographed coordinating kitchen settings. there are numerous diversified types and talent degrees, and the yarns used are either smooth and simply to be had. this may be the booklet that will get used many times by means of a wide selection of crocheters.

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6. Arrange flower and leaf motifs in the white background areas of the pieced top referring to the Placement Diagram for suggested positioning; handstitch motifs in place using thread to match fabrics, stuffing a tiny bit of fiberfill behind each yellow flower center before final stitching to complete the quilt top. 7. Layer, quilt and bind referring to Finishing Your Quilt on page 176. ■ Z Row Make 1 Add 1/8"–1/4" all around when cutting for hand appliqué I 2 1 Figure 10 4 Leaf Cut 20 green batik 6 Petal Cut 48 pink batik 8 Center Cut 12 yellow tonal 7 5 3 Weathervane Stars Placement Diagram 24" x 24" Nine-Patch Panache 61 Dressed to the Nines Make your home a showplace.

8. Cut six 31/2" by fabric width strips dark purple/pink tonal; subcut strips into (63) 31/2" H squares. 9. Cut eight 21/4" by fabric width blue tonal strips for binding. Completing the Nine-Patch Units 1. Select nine very light blue/green A squares; join three squares to make a row. Press seams in one direction. Repeat to make three rows. 2. Join the rows referring to Figure 1 to make an A unit; press seams as shown in Figure 2. Note: The seams in all units are pressed as indicated by arrows in Figure 2.

4. Center and sew the I strips to opposite sides of the pieced center, stopping stitching 1/4" from each end of the pieced center. Repeat with J strips at the top and bottom. 5. Fold quilt top diagonally with right sides together and align edges as shown in Figure 9; draw a 45-degree-angle line on the top border strip from the end of the border stitching, again referring to Figure 9. Quilt top back Figure 9 6. Stitch along the marked line and trim 1/4" from the stitched line as shown in Figure 10; press seam open.

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