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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Layout of the Funky Fabric Quilt

You may remember awhile back I was collecting all these, what I called "funky fabrics" to make into a quilt. Each square is made by folding a circle around a square.
The technique is from a book called quilt by Ruth Van Haeff. In her book she used it to make beautiful a Folded Japanese quilt (pages 102-109)
I'll hand stitch each of the 9 rows across together. Then, the 9 rows together.
I do this by putting the right sides together of ajoining two squares (using Coats - Dual Duty Fine thread) and sew a close whip stitch along the very edge.

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