Craftsy Block of the Month 2012 »
InstructionsFor the flying geese, cut your fabrics larger than you need. If you are trying to use certain fabrics in specific places, write those names on your paper pattern...do the perforations then turn the patterns over...then they will be as they will be in your finished block. Then lay the fabrics out and write the names on the side of the pattern you will be stitching on. This was new for me, and my ...
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Type of item: Home Decor
What was your inspiration?
The rainbow of colors and the fabrics
What are you most proud of?
I did it! Amy did a very nice job teaching me this technic...I enjoyed it...
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Pre perforate your four sections...turn them over and lay out your fabrics on the individual sections...then turn the block over and write the type of material you will use in that section on the printed side (the side you will be sewing on. Be sure to cut your fabrics large enough to cover the area that needs to be covered.