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  • TASTER: Attic Windows with Valerie Ne...

    A simple illusion
    You can achieve the visual illusion of looking through a window simply by the use of a light and dark fabric and using a 45 degree angle where they meet similar to a mitred corner. Valerie shows you how you can achieve this with simple help of the iron to press in the crease. So...

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    Valerie loves her threadsaver (see tips & techniques), and with a little bit of planning you could use the time and effort that this uses to create another quilt.
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  • TASTER: Mitred Corners with Valerie N...

    Mitered corners can add movement and aren't as difficult as you might think. They are perfect to use with quilts that have an on-point setting as this continues the visual theme.

    Also, you can create a multi-fabric border and use this too.

    Valerie shows you how you can make good use of the ...