Patchwork Picnic Blanket Sewing Tutorial

patchwork Picnic blanket sewing pattern

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Make this stunning patchwork picnic blanket for your summer picnics and holidays.

This is a really simple tutorial to follow, it’s only 2 pages (zipped pdf file).

Author / creator: Nicola Smith from Off the Design Board (no link)

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For this project you will need:

Variety of 2.5m x 140cm wide cotton printed quilting fabrics (paid link)

Backing fabric 2.5m x 140cm (paid link)

Fusible interfacing 2.5m, depending on width (paid link)

Fabric for binding, cut into 6cm strips of 0.5m x 140cm wide fabrics (paid link)

matching coloured sewing thread, dressmakers scissors, pins (paid links)

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Patchwork Quilt Sewing Project

Patchwork quilt sewing project

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patchwork quilt sewing pattern and tutorial

Update your bedroom with a new patchwork quilt!

This is an easy sewing tutorial brought to you by a magazine in South Africa (Ideas).

Finished quilt size 116 x 220cm

To make this patchwork quilt, you will need:

7 pieces of contrasting cotton fabrics

240 x 240cm lightweight batting

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Cathedral Window Pin Cushion

Sewing Project.

Cathedral window pin cushion

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Make this fancy little pin cushion from scrappy bits. This is a lovely gift idea for any crafty person or be selfish and make one for your own sewing room.

It is so easy to make, but looks complicated! You can boast and look reaaallly clever, when in actual fact, (it was so super easy to craft!)

The (zipped) pdf tutorial is well illustrated and clear. (Author / Creator of this project: Unknown)

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For this project you need:

(This is not listed in the tutorial, so I have listed your supplies below for you)

10.5 inch square piece of fabric (solid colour)

Cut a 9 x 9 inch cardboard square for your template

4.25 inch square piece of printed fabric

4 x small scrappy printed pieces

Backing fabric 7 inch square piece

Handful of toy stuffing (like this Premium Polyester Fibre Fill)

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Quilted Love Birds Project

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Love birds quilt

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This is a quilted project for an advanced beginner.

Finished size is 40 x 44 inches

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Designed and created by Heidi Pridemore

Supplies needed for this project are: various scrappy fabrics, 48 x 52 inch batting and two black buttons for eyes

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