Wildflowers with Janet Clare
Appliqué • Educational, G, 05-Apr-2019
Janets design for this little quilt, combines strip pieced Irish chain patchwork with her love of our native wildflowers. She uses simple tracing, ironing, cutting out, and ironing again to create fused applique.
The book contains full size templates for all the flowers. With additional drawings which she has used as her inspiration for the finished blocks.
The 12 flower blocks have additional embroidery for their names which again you can trace off onto trace-and-tear.
Janet hopes you will enjoy making this quilt just one flower at a time.
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