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Woven Heart


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Hands gently hold these woven ribbons around a heart Step by step photographic tutorial will guide you to make this beautiful wall hanging. It's wonderful for a wedding, a friend, a healing quilt, a church, family or yourself. Linda is a national and international instructor who teaches her glue stick/freezer paper applique to eager students wanting to learn her easy way to achieve success. Her classes and pattern give you the option to use freezer paper or a water soluble stabilizer as well as giving you the choice to applique using your favorite method. The Woven Heart Quilt's interpretation is endless. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Machine or Hand Applique SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 19.5 x 19.5

Recommended with this pattern

  • Background: Cut larger and trim to: 19.5" x 19.5" light colored fabric Hand: 15" x 15" Flesh color Heart 9" x 9" light Pink Ribbons Large Scraps of different colored fabric Bias Tape: 50" of bias tape Circle: 18" x 18" Medium or Dark fabric Lightweight fusible interfacing: 18" x 18"
  • 1 water soluble glue-stick Pencil Toothpicks Wash Away Appliqu Sheets Notebook size cardboard for gluing surface. Thread to match your fabrics Lightweight fusible interfacing Bias Tape Paper scissors, fabric scissors Iron and Ironing surface Your basic sewing supplies Pre-moistened wash cloth inside a baggie to keep fingers clean

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Linda M. Poole
Linda M. Poole
Nat'l and Int'l Quilt Instructor, Lecturer, Fabric Designer. Author of "Turkish Delights to Applique", "Bended Bias Applique" and Quilted Fairie Tales" NEW BOOK released late summer 2013 "Painted Applique; a new approach" I have always felt privileged to have been born into a talented and loving, generous European family who always put their family first when it came to teaching freedom of artistic expression. As a first generation American , I have inherited the good fortune of generations of artists, silversmiths, sculptors, poets, weavers, stained-glass artisans and writers, leading to a never ending curiosity of different cultures. This has fueled my passion for travel, teaching and sharing my experiences with people around the world. I have taught in the USA, Italy,The United Kingdom, Germany, Turkey, Holland, French Polynesia and England to name a few. . I believe language is never a barrier in the translation of quilts! I live in the beautiful state of Pennsylvania where NY, NJ and PA all touch the Delaware River.