the night sky l PROJECT shorter rows to the top and bottom, press and then sew the two (2) longer rows to each side, press. ( Fig 8) 32 Take the two (2) 48½in x 2½in and two (2) 52½in x 2½in of red patterned fabric 2 and sew the shorter ones to the top and bottom, and the longer ones to the sides. Press. Fig 5 Adding detail 27 Sew the appliqué cornerstones to each end of the remaining two (2) Flying Geese borders and sew these strips to the sides of the medallion centre and press ( 33 Embroider details on the centre panel using various colours and stitches such as running stitch and whip stitch. Fig 8 Fig 5). 30 Wave the ric rac evenly around border 4, as shown in Stitch in place with matching thread. Quilting & finishing Fig 7. 34 Layer your quilt backing, batting and quilt top and baste. Quilt as desired. Mandy used a combination of hand and machine quilting for this project, including to add detail to the hills. Finally, sew binding strips end to end and use to bind the quilt. 31 Take the 2½in squares of the three (3) teal fabrics and join together in two (2) rows of twentytwo (22) and two (2) longer rows of twenty-four (24), alternating the solids with the prints. Join the two (2) Fig 6 Fig 7 28 Take the two (2) 28½in x 2½in strips and two (2) 32½in x 2½in strips of teal fabric and sew the shorter ones to the top and bottom, and the longer ones to the sides ( Press. Fig 6). 29 Take the two (2) 32½in x 6½in and two (2) 44½in x 6½in strips of red patterned fabric 2 and sew the shorter strips to the top and bottom, and the longer ones to the sides. Press. 11 Join us at www.gathered.how/todaysquilter
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