Created by: Marie Withrow
Project

BOM April- Curtains

What are you most proud of? In the April BOM course, after you make the hexagons, you are instructed to sew them on to the backing fabric. I did pracitce that but it was very time consuming. Then I remembered the Pellon's Wonder Under that we used in the Stupendous Stitchery course.... so, instead of sewing these on the curtain, I cut out hexagons using the Wonder Under and then ironed them on to the fabric hexagons, and ironed those on to the curatins! Much faster. Though they looked nice, I decided after the fact to add a 1/4" border of stitching inside the edge of each hexagon. I may decide to add more later...but I like the way these look now. (I did this afer taking the pictures.)

You Can Make This

Marie Withrow made BOM April- Curtains with:

Craftsy Block of the Month 2012

Online Class

Craftsy Block of the Month 2012

with Amy Gibson

  • Fabric
  • Wonder Under
  • Sewing Machine and threads

Project Description

What are you most proud of? In the April BOM course, after you make the hexagons, you are instructed to sew them on to the backing fabric. I did pracitce that but it was very time consuming. Then I remembered the Pellon's Wonder Under that we used in the Stupendous Stitchery course.... so, instead of sewing these on the curtain, I cut out hexagons using the Wonder Under and then ironed them on to the fabric hexagons, and ironed those on to the curatins! Much faster. Though they looked nice, I decided after the fact to add a 1/4" border of stitching inside the edge of each hexagon. I may decide to add more later...but I like the way these look now. (I did this afer taking the pictures.)

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