By Carol Doak
Create perfectly-pieced miniature cover blocks in a number of themes—from hearts and plant life to airplanes and birthday muffins. safe them inside of your Carol Doak's memento body playing cards for gift-giving and creative demonstrate. those blocks also are excellent to mix 'n match for making desk linens, wall quilts, and different small initiatives.
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When you are happy with the match, sew the entire seam, using 18–20 stitches to the inch. Pin and machine baste beginning, end, and matching points along seamline. When joining a block with one or more seams that do not intersect, press the seams open from the fabric side to reduce bulk. Press seam open to reduce bulk. When joining blocks made from seamed units that intersect, such as 4-block rotations (see Pinwheel, page 22), press the seam allowances from the fabric side in opposing directions, so they will lock in place when you join the halves.
Clip the threads and remove the pins. Press the #2 piece open with an iron on a cotton setting with no steam. Clip threads, remove pins, and press. 7. Place the postcard on the next line you will sew. In this example, it is the seamline between #1/#2 and #3. Fold the paper back on the edge of the card. Because the previous stitching extends at the end where #3 meets, you will tear it away from the foundation, and that is okay. Place the Add-A-Quarter Ruler on the fold and trim the fabric from the seamline.
Turn the foundation over and confirm that the fabric extends at least ¼″ beyond the #1 area. Pin in place using a flat-headed pin placed parallel to and away from the #1/#2 seamline. Placing the pin this way will prevent you from accidentally sewing into a pin. Place #1 fabric and pin. 2. With the lined side of the foundation facing up on the cutting mat, place a postcard on the line between pieces #1 and #2. ) Fold the paper over the edge of the card, exposing the excess fabric. Place postcard on line and fold paper over card.
50 Little Paper-Pieced Blocks. Full-Size Patterns to Mix & Match by Carol Doak