But once again, TiramiSue came up with a stunning design, with easy techniques that even beginners could master!
First task was to cut our main fabric pieces and iron tearaway on the back (above).
Then we cut bias strips from two coordinating fabrics (below). That's when the alarm bells began to ring! "Do you think we have to do curves?" someone was heard to mutter.
For aluminium strips.
To form the bias strips, of course!
Where else would you go for bias bars!?!
So we ironed, and DIDN'T stretch the fabric, and said rude words when the bias bars got too hot..........
A template was cut. It was used to draw a line on the main fabric
I will let you know how I get on!
In the meantime, here are a few photos of pre-printed stitcheries that will be on my website in the next week or so.
Pre-Printed Quilt Labels
There's Always Time for Sewing
More Pre-Printed Quilt Labels
I'm going to tackle my quilt now!
P.S. It's going to be called "Five Gold Rings" as you will soon see!