Donna Kooler's Seasons in Cross-Stitch by Donna Kooler

By Donna Kooler

Sew a venture for each season of the year--hangings, samplers, pillows, and more--with 21 designs from the world-famous Donna Kooler Studio. herald spring with a curious bunny and Iris Portrait pillow. Have a sunny summer time picnic together with your Tea get together tablecloth and serviette set. Autumn capacity Halloween Cats, Bats, n' Pumpkins. And a host of Holly Jolly Snowmen, a trio of playful cats, and a folks Santa fairly hot up wintry weather! 128 pages (all in color), eight half x eleven.

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Trim the Chenille Layers 4. Place the template over one stitched 4 stack, lining up the lines on the pattern with those you have stitched on the fabric. Don’t worry if they no longer match up perfectly. The lines on the quilt may have been distorted by your sewing through the layers. Using a ruler and rotary cutter, trim along the pattern edges. Clip the Chenille Layers 5. Start your chenille clipping between the bottom two lines of stitching. Trim through only the top layer of fabric, about 5 ¼ in.

Tip Test on scrap fabric first. You will get the feel for how much paint to load onto your stenciling tool. If you find your stencil slipping as you dab, you can use a temporary spray fixative on the underside of the stencil to hold it in place. 5 Quilt and Bind 4. Lay the backing fabric wrong side up on a table. Follow the instructions on p. 14 to make a quilt sandwich. 5. Work a running stitch with the embroidery floss around the design elements, starting and ending with a square knot (see p.

156, and enlarge it by 400 percent one quarter of the pattern Measurements Quilt Top 17½" square at a time. Tape the pattern together. Backing 17½" square Transfer the circle designs to the fabric Binding 2¼" long by 42" to 45" (cut 2) using the tracing method of your choice (see p. 9 for techniques). Mark the outer edge of the finished 16-in. square too, 1 so you’ll know where to start and stop your stitching. Quilt 2. Follow the instructions on p. 14 to make a quilt sandwich. 2 NOTE: If you’d like, use scraps of fabric to make a practice mini quilt sandwich so you can test your stitches before committing to your real quilt.

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