By Angela Pingel
You'll notice an creation to curved piecing through one basic block--Drunkard's course. writer Angela Pingel demonstrates how this unmarried block may be prepare in a number of styles that glance totally diversified in each blend. Drunkard's course can create a sinuous extraordinary line like its namesake or curved motifs that shape teardrops, arabesques, vegetation, and different discrete shapes.
Dive deep into the fundamentals of curved piecing after which discover quite a few initiatives together with vast quilts, child quilts, pillows, and a desk runner. locate inspiring new how one can use that outdated favourite, Drunkard's course block, to create quilts that glance new and assorted. A Quilter's Mixology is the appropriate "next-step" publication geared in the direction of intermediate quilters or quilters searching for the subsequent problem.
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Sewing pattern designs for The Magic Pattern Book by Amy Barickman are intended for personal use only, and not as the basis for commercial manufacturing. 4 Scroll through the PDF to locate the test sheet (labeled “TEST SQUARE”) and print that page first. Measure the 4" × 4" (10 cm × 10 cm) square to make sure that it has printed at 100 percent. If it hasn’t, check back to make sure your printer settings are at 100 percent and that you have not selected “scale to fit” or cropped the pages. If it has printed at 100 percent, don’t change a thing.
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