March 28, 2017

Download A Quilter's Mixology: 16 Projects Using the Drunkard’s Path by Angela Pingel PDF

By Angela Pingel

You'll detect an advent to curved piecing through one uncomplicated block--Drunkard's course. writer Angela Pingel demonstrates how this unmarried block will be prepare in a variety of styles that glance completely diversified in each mixture. Drunkard's course can create a sinuous awesome line like its namesake or curved motifs that shape teardrops, arabesques, plants, and different discrete shapes.

Dive deep into the fundamentals of curved piecing after which discover a number of tasks together with good sized quilts, child quilts, pillows, and a desk runner. locate inspiring new how one can use that outdated favourite, Drunkard's direction block, to create quilts that glance new and diverse. A Quilter's Mixology is the proper "next-step" publication geared in the direction of intermediate quilters or quilters searching for the following problem.

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You can use any kind of bean for filling, but if there is any chance of the starfish getting wet, it’s best to opt for synthetic pellets. 5 oz. 5 oz. (14 g) lavender wool • two 1-gallon plastic bags • soap • spray bottle • warm water • towel • bubble wrap • marker • funnel • lentils or other dry beans • pattern on page 125 starFisH 1. Trace the pattern on a piece of plastic bag. Cut the pattern out. Prepare your workspace for wet felting and read the techniques for wet felting on page 14. 2. Cover the pattern with several long, thin layers of purple and lavender wool.

9. lift up and needle the edges of the roving and shape into an arc. 10. Needle all over the surface to make it smooth. 8 9 10 11 12 13 11. Needle a wisp of white wool into a dot as you are attaching it to the red wool. 12. Cover the red roof with white dots. you can add them randomly or in a pattern. 13. When you are satisfied with the design, fold the right sides of the mushroom roof together and needle down the seam. 14. Turn the mushroom roof inside out and needle the surface to form a cone shape.

23. Needle a wisp of black wool into a circle on each side of the dog’s face for eyes and another wisp on the front of the dog’s face for a nose. 22 24. 5 cm) piece of black wool in half and needle into a tail. attach the tail to the body. indd 52 12/20/09 1:54:48 PM 12/20/09 1:58:15 PM Text (RAY) Job:12-16286 Title:CPI-LS 0616 Wool Toys & Friends #175 P DTP:216 Page:52 2 25. Place the needle-felted bird inside the tree. 26. Place the needle-felted dog inside the doghouse. 27. Place the needle-felted butterfly in the flower.

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