By Abbey Lane Quilts
Everything the trendy child wishes (and mommy too) for get together time, playtime, quiet time, or cross time. sew up a few of these creative and sensible designs, and the times could be a bit more straightforward for either mother and child. Marcea Owen and Janice Liljenquist, founders of Abbey Lane Quilts, convey you 24 tasks together with quilts, bibs, diaper baggage, tender toys, and much more, utilizing clean, smooth materials. make a choice from quite a few distinctive colorways, elaborations, and ability degrees. Get artistic with coordinating tasks to make excellent gift sets—get extra “oohs” and “aahs” at each child shower!
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10 Turn the blanket right side out through the opening you left in the center of the last side. 11 Pull out the corners so they are nice and straight. Lay the blanket out flat and press around the edges of the fabric border. Be sure to turn under the opening and pin shut. 12 Topstitch around the entire outer and inner edges of the border. Be sure the top stitching closes the opening. MATERIALS AND CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS Prewashing fabrics before cutting is optional for this project. SEWING INSTRUCTIONS For more information about the construction techniques used in this project, see Sewing Basics (pages 123-124).
SEWING INSTRUCTIONS For more information about the construction techniques used in this project, see Sewing Basics (pages 123-124). 1 With wrong sides together, fold the photo lip rectangles in half lengthwise and press the fold. 2 Line up the raw edges of a folded photo lip with the bottom and sides of a photo block background square. Stitch each side, but do not sew the bottom seam. Repeat with the other 3 blocks. 3 Sew an accent block to each side of a photo block to make Row 1. Press the seams toward the darker fabric.
SEWING INSTRUCTIONS For more information about the construction techniques used in this project, see Sewing Basics (pages 123–124). Necklace 1 Sew the Fabric A strips end to end. Press the seam. 2 With right sides together, fold the strip in half lengthwise. Stitch the long edge with a ¼″ seam. Do not sew the ends. Turn right side out and press. 3 Tie a knot in the center of the long tube. 4 Drop a bead in one end and work it down to the knot. Tie a knot as close as possible to the other side of the bead.