# Results for: “Crafts & Hobbies”

43 eBooks

## Border Frame |
Terrie Sandelin | C&T Publishing | |||||

BORDER FRAME ◆ FINISHED FOUNDATION: 10½˝ × 11¼˝ ◆ FINISHED MEASUREMENT OF CENTER TOILE MOTIF WITH ¼˝ FRAME: 7½˝ × 8¼˝ 7˝ × 7 ¾˝ (UNFINISHED 7½˝ × 8¼˝) ◆ FINISHED CENTER MOTIF: Full-size Border Frame Triangle Strips foundation patterns are on pages 58 and 59. This is the only quilt in the book that leaves the fold out of Fold and Sew. It also has two foundations rather than one. One foundation is for the border strips and one is for the border cornerstones. Birdsong, 13¾˝ × 14½˝, Terrie Sandelin, 2007 tip It is easy to adjust this pattern to fit a center motif that is smaller in size: Make the inner framing border wider and/or reduce the number of triangles you finish on the foundation. Cutting Instructions There is no quilt layout diagram for this miniature. As you place your patches, alternate light and dark. Triangles Fabric Requirements Blue for inner border and foundation triangles: 1⁄4 yard Cream: 1⁄4 yard Brown floral for outer border and foundation triangles: 1⁄4 yard You may want to add an extra ½˝–1˝ to each strip length for minor cutting adjustments. See All Chapters |
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## TWIN: Fishbowl |
Emily Cier | C&T Publishing | |||||

Fishbowl Twin quilt assembly diagram—top half (continued on next page) A: 2½˝ A B G A B: 2½˝ A: 2½˝ B: 6½˝ F B: 17½˝ F B: 11½˝ F B: 3½˝ F B: 2½˝ C B: 2½˝ C: 2½˝ C: 4½˝ C: 4½˝ C: 4½˝ C: 4½˝ C: 4½˝ F F F F F F F F I: 3½˝ I: 3½˝ D I: 3½˝ D: 2½˝ E I: 3½˝ D: 3½˝ E: 2½˝ I: 2½˝ D: 2½˝F: 2½˝ E: 3½˝ I: 2½˝ D F: 2½˝ D E: 2½˝ B: 7½˝ E: 3½˝ B: 5½˝ E: 3½˝ B: 3½˝ TWIN fishbowl E: 2½˝ B: 7½˝ E: 6½˝ B: 5½˝ E J: 2½˝ E: 5½˝ B: 2½˝ J B: 2½˝ J E: 4½˝ B: 2½˝ J G B J E: 4½˝ B: 2½˝ J: 2½˝ E: 4½˝ B: 3½˝ E: 6½˝ B: 3½˝ E: 8½˝ B: 4½˝ E: 9½˝ B: 4½˝ E: 5½˝ B: 5½˝ H: 4½˝ E K: 2½˝ E B: 8½˝ E: 3½˝ I: 2½˝ F: 2½˝ D: 3½˝ E: 5½˝ B: 7½˝ E: 2½˝ B: 2½˝ I F: 6½˝ K: 2½˝ E B: 2½˝ E: 3½˝ B: 4½˝ E: 2½˝ G B I F: 3½˝ D: 3½˝ B: 2½˝ E K: 2½˝ E B E K: 2½˝ E B: 4½˝ E: 3½˝ I F: 2½˝ D F: 2½˝ D B: 2½˝ E K: 2½˝ E B E K: 2½˝ E: 2½˝ B: 4½˝ E: 2½˝ I: 2½˝ D: 3½˝ F: 2½˝ B: 2½˝ E K: 2½˝ E B E K E B: 2½˝ E: 3½˝ B: 2½˝ E I: 2½˝ D: 4½˝ F B E K: 2½˝ E B: 2½˝ E K E B E K: 3½˝ E B: 2½˝ I: 4½˝ D: 3½˝ K: 3½˝ E B E: 2½˝ K E: 3½˝ K: 3½˝ E B: 3½˝ I: 4½˝ D: 2½˝ E: 8½˝ B: 3½˝ E: 3½˝ B: 5½˝ I: 5½˝ I: 3½˝ H: 8½˝ B: 5½˝ H: 11½˝ B: 3½˝ H: 13½˝ B: 2½˝ H: 14½˝ See All Chapters |
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## Chapter Three: Projects |
Kate Carlson Colleran | C&T Publishing | ePub | ||||

3 Projects
Bella
With this design, the jelly roll is really the main player. Our jelly roll, Bluebird Park from Moda Fabrics, has whimsical prints and soft pastels. For the companion fabrics, we chose a yellow green for the sashing squares to highlight the greens in the jelly roll, and a pale yellow for the sashing. The sashing yellow was lighter than most of the fabrics in the jelly roll, which provided contrast and allowed the jelly roll strips to stand out. See All Chapters |
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## Runners |
Kim Schaefer | C&T Publishing | ePub | ||||

Quilted by Diane Minkley of Patched Works, Inc. finished block sizes: block a 20″ × 20″ block b 20″ × 5″ block c 10″ × 10″ block d 5″ × 5″ finished runner: 20½″ × 60½″ Contrasting colors and simple pieced blocks are combined to create this whimsical runner. • 1¾ yards total assorted purples, greens, and teals for pieced blocks • 1 yards for backing and binding • 25″ × 65″ batting
Cut from assorted colors: • 1 square 8½″ × 8½″ • 2 rectangles 3½″ × 8½″ and 2 rectangles 3½″ × 14½″ • 2 rectangles 3½″ × 14½″ and 2 rectangles 3½″ × 20½″ Cut from assorted colors: • 2 rectangles 1½″ × 16½″ • 4 rectangles 2½″ × 16½″ and 4 rectangles 2½″ × 5½″ Cut from assorted colors: • 4 squares 2½″ × 2½″ • 8 squares 2½″ × 2½″ and 8 rectangles 2½″ × 6½″ • 8 rectangles 2½″ × 6½″ and 8 rectangles 2½″ × 10½″ Cut from assorted colors: • 8 squares 1½″ × 1½″ • 16 rectangles 2½″ × 5½″ and 16 rectangles 1½″ × 2½″ Piece Block A as shown. Press. Piece Block B as shown. Press. See All Chapters |
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## Arc |
Cameli, Christina | C&T Publishing | ePub | ||||

ARC An arc is a simple curve that returns to the line or level that it started from. Arcs can be shallow, tall, or anywhere in between. Arcs are often used in a row or along a curved path. See All Chapters |