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Illustrated Sewing Tutorial - Tutorial - How to Sew a Small Patchwork Wall Quilt for Easter - Part 1 - Assembling the Front of the Wallhanging and Fusing the Motifs

*** In all of the sewing steps, sew with the pressure foot along the edge of the fabric. That is approximately a 7mm or 1/4” seam allowance. (See picture #2)

 

 

Quilt 1

1. Cut six 15 x 15 cm (6 x 6 inches) blocks in 6 coordinating cotton fabrics.

Quilt 2

2. Sew 3 rows of 2 block together using the  pressure foot width of your machine as the seam allowance guideline. (approximately. 7mm or 1/4” seam allowance)

Quilt 4

3. These are the finished 3 rows of 2 blocks.

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4. Pin the first row to the second with the right sides facing each other and sew these together. Once finished, add the third row.

Quilt 7

5. This is how your project now looks.

Quilt 8

6. Print out the motifs to fit within the squares and create templates. Trace each template twice onto fusible web and cut each pattern roughly out.

Quilt 10

7.Iron each piece of fusible web onto the backside of your choice of fabrics.

Quilt 12

8. Cut the figures exactly out and remove the protective paper backing.

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9. Fuse the figures into the center of each square.

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10. Measure the front side of your wallhanging. Cut a piece of batting and a backing the same size as the front and pin all 3 layers together. Place first the backside with the wrong side up on the table, then comes the batting and then the top side with the right side up.

 

Part 2 - Finishing Off the Wall-Hanging and Machine Appliquing the Motifs

 

 

 

Patchwork Craft for Easter - Easter Quilt or Wall Hanging
Small Patchwork Wall Quilt for Easter Project here
Click here for a larger image and supply list to make this project.

 

 

 

 

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