By Gerri Robinson
Esteemed development dressmaker Gerri Robinson indicates tips to flip usual precut materials into striking initiatives for domestic decor.
Find 18 engaging patchwork styles that use five» and 10» squares, 2½» strips, fats quarters, and fats eighths
Create vintage designs and open up new probabilities on your favourite precuts in achieving a managed or scrappy look
Get plenty of recommendations with crowd pleasing tasks in a number of sizes, together with mattress and lap quilts, framed items, pillows, and cushions.
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Extra resources for A cut above: turn charm squares, strips, and more into beautiful patchwork
Designed and pieced by Gerri Robinson. Made by Patty Lanum. FINISHED PILLOW: 12" x 12" Materials Yardage is based on 42"-wide fabric unless otherwise noted. Yields 1 pillow. 14 rectangles, 2½" x 4½", of bright fabrics for block* 2 squares, 4½" x 4½", of bright fabrics for block* 1 fat quarter (18" x 21") of white solid for block and piping 1 fat quarter of fabric for pillow backing 14" x 14" square of muslin for pillow lining 14" x 14" square of batting for pillow 1½ yards of ⅛"-diameter cotton cording for piping 2 orange buttons, ⅞" diameter 12" x 12" pillow form *You can use the leftover fabrics from “Carefree” on page 43 or “Buttoned Up” on page 40.
2 To cover the cording, fold the fabric strip in half lengthwise, wrong sides together. Insert the cording, pushing it snugly against the fold. 3 Use a zipper foot on your sewing machine and set the needle so that it sews to the left of the foot. Sew the two cut edges of the fabric together, enclosing the cording. 4 When you’ve enclosed the entire piece of cording, trim the seam allowances evenly to ¼". Buttoned Up Pillow Remnants from “Buttoned Up” on page 40 sew up quickly to make this companion pillow.
Pivot the cushion top and continue sewing, clipping each corner as you come to it. 8 Sew the boxing strip to the cushion bottom in the same way, stopping with a backstitch about 6" from where you started. Turn the cushion right side out. 9 Insert the pillow form or firmly stuff the cushion with polyester fiberfill. Turn under the ¼" seam allowance along the opening and stitch the opening closed. 10 Referring to the photo on page 47 for placement guidance, mark the position of the buttons on the cushion bottom.
A cut above: turn charm squares, strips, and more into beautiful patchwork by Gerri Robinson