This pattern is loaded with useful information on 5 different QAYG techniques.
Each method has a page of detailed instructions and pictures. It also explains sketchy
appliqué, contains directions for a modern machine sewn binding and in the centre
colour pages you can see a gallery of quilts that have been made QAYG with
explanations of the methods used.
Requirements are based on 112 cm (42”) 100% cotton quilting fabrics.
14 coordinating fat quarters for the quilt top.
For the appliqué: 1 x fat eighth each of a colour for the flower, a light and medium
green and small scrap for the flower centre.
4 m (4 ½ yards) of backing fabric
1.8 m (2 yards) of pre made 1” wide bias: (Green strips)
3.3 m (4 yards) of pre made 1” wide bias for the trams: (Aqua)
OR 25 cm (¼ yard) of fabric if making your own 1” bias for the trams.
50 cm (¾ yard) for the quilt binding
20 cm (¼ yard) of fusible web for the appliqué
15 mm (¾”) wide pre-cut fusible web (Vliesofix) on a roll or 20 cm (¼ yard) of fusible
web if cutting your own strips
1.7 m (2 yards) of Batting
(Use either double sided fusible cotton batting or Matilda’s Own bamboo batting)
Batting seam tape (A fusible tape that joins batting together) Optional.
Additional Requirements Fabric marker than can be easily removed from the fabric, patchwork ruler, rotary cutter, cutting mat, scissors, hand sewing needle, sewing machine, ¼” foot, walking foot, stipple foot, 25 mm (1”) clover bias tape maker if making your own trams, a variegated thread for quilting on the top and a thread to match the backing fabric.
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