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Finished Edge Machine Applique
Erin Underwood

Love the look of Hand Appliqué but just don't have the time for handwork? Try this technique that will make your machine appliqué look as if it was done by hand and only take a fraction of the time too! Learn all about the tricks and tools you need for success. Your quilt will look like you sat for hours and needle-turned by hand each piece!

As an added bonus, you'll get a little lesson on Machine Trapunto with Erin's clever use of stabilizers with the cat and pumpkin.


 

Fat ¼'s or large scraps

Bird

2 coordinating blues

Leaves

green

Apples

2 coordinating reds

Branch,stems, inner border

Brown

Background

white or cream fat ¼

Border and binding

Fat ¼'s

Backing

Fat ¼ or 20" square

 

Fabric Needs

Pumpkin

2 fat ⅛ of coordinating oranges

Leaves

5" scrap of green

Stem

5" scrap of brown

Background

8 1/2" square

Border and binding

1 Fat ¼

Backing

1 Fat ¼

Batting

18" square


 

 

Fabric needs

Cat

Fat ⅛ of Black

Moon

Fat ⅛ of Orange

Background

8 1/2" square

Border and Binding

1 Fat ¼

Backing

1 Fat ¼

Batting

18" square


Christmas Tree

May Flowers

 

Fabric needs

Tree

Fat ⅛ or a selection of green scraps

Stump

Small scrap of brown

Background

8 1/2" square

Border and Binding

1 Fat ¼

Backing

1 Fat ¼ or 16" square

Batting

16" square

Embellishments

Buttons and beads to decorate the tree!

 

Fabric needs

Flowers

3 8" squares, larger pieces if planning to fussy cut flower petals

Flower Centers

Scraps of yellow

Leaves and stems

2 greens - 8" squares

Background

9" square

Border and Binding

1 Fat ¼

Backing

1 Fat ¼

Batting

18" square


 

Cathedral Windows

Create this beautiful classic quilt in a thoroughly modern way! Constructed completely by machine, this quilt is really not a quilt at all. There is no batting, no binding. Once you're finished with the top, you're finished with the whole thing!

You will need:


Fabric requirements

 

Table runner

Baby quilt;

Lap quilt

Twin

Full

Finished Size in inches

13.5" x 54" 3 sqs x 12 sqs

40.5" x 49.5" 9 sqs x 11 sqs

45" x 63" 10 sqs x 14 sqs

63" x 90" 14 sqs x 20 sqs

90" x 90" 20 sqs x 20 sqs

Background fabric

36 - 10 in sqs or 2¾ yard

99 - 10 in sqs or 7¼ yards

144 - 10 in sqs or 10 yards

280 - 10 in sqs or 19¾ yards

400 - 10 in sqs or 28 yards

Window fabric

60 - 2½" sqs or ½ yard

150 - 2½" sqs or 1¼ yards

273 - 2½ " sqs or 1½ yards

400 - 2½" sqs or 2 yards

580 - 2½" sqs or 2¾ yards


Helpful hints!

Choose a background fabric reads as a solid color. Avoid fabrics that have a directional print.

To move quickly in class, precut (16) 10 inch squares of your background fabric and (16) 2-1/2" squares for the windows. The less time you spend on cutting, the more time you will have to learn the technique.

You will not finish this project in the class but you will know the construction methods well enough to complete the quilt on your own.

Fantastic Fanworks

Kit cost is an additional $25 which includes Erin's 15° ruler and one pattern. Additional patterns are $5 at time of class only. There are numerous patterns to choose from for this class so please look at each for the supplies needed.