Stained Glass Patchwork with Paula Doyle
Classes with Paula Doyle • Educational, G, 31-Jul-2020
Paula shares this really easy technique with us. All you need to do is be able to trace, cut out and iron. Then you get to sew with a simple zig-zag stitch.
This is a super use of scraps of fabric - particularly the bright ones. These will contrast exceptionally well with the black stained glass effect.
When you get to do the sewing, you will need to use the open-toed applique foot on your sewing machine. However the stitch is just a zig-zag and all machines do that.
Paula has used this technique to create table runners, placemats and suggests that it could be used as a box lid too.
There are 2 patterns available in the shop from Paula:
Stained glass poinsettia table runner and placemats
Stained glass roses wall hanging
Click here to learn more about Paula Doyle.
Click here to watch a preview of this premium video
Up Next in Classes with Paula Doyle
More Going Crazy with Angela Daymond ...
Angela and Paula continue to share with us their varied approach to producing this classic favourite. Both enjoy using different threads and stitches. Angela explains (and shows) how the different thicknesses of thread make a difference. You can use some of these on the sewing machine, others m...
Going Crazy with Angela Daymond and P...
Crazy patchwork continues to appeal. Angela and Paula show that you can take different approaches to achieve a similar end result.
By sewing the pieces onto the foundation fabric by hand, with a simple running stitch, it remains very portable; Angela suggests using up old tray cloths or lace ...
How to Create Continuous Binding with...
Paula Doyle is an accomplished and award winning quilt maker. She passes on her expertise on how to create perfect binding for your quilt. So don’t let the binding let you down!
Paula shows you how to create a continuous piece of bias binding from a square of fabric. Bias is essential when you ha...