The dreamy floral appliqu? designs of the 1930s, featured in author Darlene Zimmerman?s Granny Quilts, remind readers how the Depression era was enlivened with revived optimism through the design and construction of quilts. Granny Quilt D?cor, a follow-up to Granny Quilts?with modernized patterns?introduces fresh new possibilities in home d?cor encompassing a wider range of projects from bed-sized quilts to small wall hangings, pillows, and kitchen novelties. Nearly 30 designs, modified from bed-sized quilt patterns, and suitable for the bedroom as well as the front porch, kitchen, child?s room, and nursery, fit easily into the lighter, brighter decorating schemes adopted in the twenty-first century. Lovely stylized photography and patterns display methods for both appliqu? and piecework with the added option of implementing quick-fusing or an updated method for hand-appliqu?.Make each border 10aquot; longer than needed, but dona#39;t sew them to the quilt yet. Step 2. ... Remember: we DONa#39;T want to use an iron on the quilt yet! Step 6. ... To completely remove the blue marks, the glue, and the starch, soak the quilt in cold water, without detergent or pre- soak. ... Let the water drain out (or spin). ... Dona#39;t wring the quilt, but you can spin it out in the washing machine. ... Assemble 39 strip.
|Title||:||Granny Quilt Decor|
|Publisher||:||Krause Publications Craft - 2004-04-22|