Today's Quilter : 2020-10-29

The Night Sky L Project : 103 : 11

The Night Sky L Project

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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