Tag Archives: turned edge applique

How to prepare curved edge shapes for applique – with turned edges!

If you have an applique pattern that needs circle, ovals or petals, I have a favourite way of turning those edges under for turned edge applique. Then you’re ready to sew by machine or by hand – you choose. Here I show you how it’s done – with tin foil / aluminum foil! Guest appearance […]

English Country Garden BOM – Block 6 – Dahlia

This one will be up for an extra week folks as I’m going on holiday to get married and won’t be back the first monday of October. Luckily I made this one a good one! Here’s your next pattern for the BOM, the Dahlia. The next one is out on the 13th October so this pattern is […]

Hoots Mon!

Before any of you point out that “the moose loose aboot this hoose” is referring to a mouse, I don’t care, alright? 😉 This is the finished Hoots Mon quilt and it has been suggested that this is the most worthwhile achievement of my life so far. STATS Size – 52″ x 41″ Number of […]

Pictorial quilt mini-class- any interest?

For the 11th January meeting of the East Midlands MQG (soon to change its name so as not to be affiliated with the MQG in the States) in Grantham, I’m thinking about unofficially showing a group of people how I do turned edge pictorial appliqué quilts such as these below (but it can be a […]