By Deborah Levyhamburg
Integrated in a hundred and one Double-Ended Hook are heavily woven sew styles to the extra open and lacy Crochenit™ stitches. a photo of every facet of the swatch demonstrates which stitches paintings top for reversible designs. All you must ascertain is whether or not to make a dishcloth, position mat, afghan or a wearable garment.
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SEW 1. Label and sew squares into columns. 2. Place backing on a flat surface, right-side down, smoothing out any wrinkles and place batting on top. 3. Pin the center column 3 and sew all columns down. QUILT Quilt, using thread to match the backing fabric in the bobbin. Detail of two squares on the quilt front after quilting. BIND Trim the backing to 3½″ and batting 1¼″. Follow the Self-Binding section on page 23. QUILT LAYOUT This pretty pastel basketweave is an easier variation of the Bright Basketweave quilt.
Follow the Self-Binding section on page 23. QUILT LAYOUT This pretty pastel basketweave is an easier variation of the Bright Basketweave quilt. The blocks didn't need to be fussy-cut because the fabric features a softer, more forgiving linear motif. This version only requires 1 yd. of fabric. Finished size: 30″ × 41″ (5 × 7 squares) Racy Checkerboard This easy checkerboard design requires only two contrasting fabrics for the squares. Finished size: 30″ × 41″ (5 × 7 squares) YOU WILL NEED 5/8 yd.
BIND Trim the backing to 3½″ and batting to 1¼″. Follow the Self-Binding instructions on page 23. QUILT LAYOUT Full Spectrum Faux Rail Fence This larger snuggle quilt shimmers with the vibrant colors of gradation stripe fabrics. The timesaving methods used in the basic 90-Minute Quilts are an effective way to make bigger quilts, too. You'll be surprised at how quickly you can finish one! Finished size: 52″ × 62″ (9 × 11 squares) YOU WILL NEED Note: Yardages listed are for these fabrics only; other similar fabrics may require different yardage amounts, depending on size of stripe and repeat lengths.
101 Double-Ended Hook Stitches Crochet by Deborah Levyhamburg