By Amy Butler
Celebrated dressmaker Amy Butler brings her clean, smooth type to the undying craft of stitching. during this lavishly illustrated number of styles, she offers greater than 25 captivating initiatives starting from soft ground cushions to clever aprons to sophisticated purses. Lush pictures encourage, whereas how-to illustrations and simple textual content (minus the complicated stitching lingo) make it a cinch to accomplish fantastically complete tasks. additionally, Amy bargains considerate pointers on discovering and treating new or classic materials, an easy-to-navigate concepts part, and a word list and source advisor at again. no matter if it's stylish placemats and napkins for the kitchen, a sumptuous kimono-style gown for the bathtub, or convenient organizer baskets for the house workplace Amy Butler's In Stitches makes it effortless to create attractive components for each room and each temper.
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2˝ 4. Press the long, straight edge of Front Trim C under Steps 3–5 1/2˝. Pin the trim to the front, matching the notches on the lower edges and placing the top edge over the pocket basting stitches. Stitch 1/8˝ from the top edge of the trim through all thicknesses. Baste the bottom and side edges to the front. 5. Center the front lower connector strap on the front, over the pocket and front trim, matching the lower unfinished edges. Baste across the bottom edge. 6. Slide a D-ring onto the D-ring strap.
Add the last C panel. 3’’ 7. Edgestitch the casings closed at the bottom edge. 8. Insert the dowels into the casings. Optional: Before inserting the dowels, paint the top quarter of each dowel. 9. Refer to the photos to set up the teepee. Arrange the dowels at the top, adjusting them to stand with all 4 fabric side bottom edges stretched out. Tie twine or ribbon around the dowels at the top to help hold them together. 3’’ 52 SEW A BACKYARD ADVENTURE good night sleeping bag with stuff sack Designed and made by Susan Maw FINISHED SLEEPING BAG: 32˝ × 65˝ FINISHED STUFF SACK: 11˝ diameter × 23˝ No making the bed the next morning when kids sleep in their very own sleeping bag!
Blowin’ in the wind quilt Designed and pieced by Susan Maw; quilted by Nancy Janikowsky FINISHED BLOCK: 6˝ FINISHED QUILT: 54˝ × 54˝ We’ve made this small quilt to play on, to wrap up in, and to lie on while staring up at the sky. blowin’ in the wind quilt 39 MATERIALS CUTTING 11/3 yards total of 4 different prints for blocks and borders Aquas: Greens: Cut 2 strips 41/2˝ × width of fabric. Cut 2 strips 41/2˝ × width of fabric. 11/3 yards total of 4 different prints for blocks and borders Cut 2 strips 2˝ × width of fabric.