Chapter 6: Tips on Background Layout and Design

June 1999
Quilting & Applique;Jun1999, p35
Presents tips on background and layout design for an applique. Details of sashing or side strips and its purpose; Information on a quick bias cutting method developed to save time cutting bias for inserts and binding; Preparation for bias insert and cording; Instructions on how to cut and trim excess fabrics.


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