Zj Humbach presents several fun and easy projects where you quilt before you sew. See many examples of finished projects that were created using this technique. Learn how to make placemats or bags using these helpful tips. Try making one of these projects and see how quick and easy it truly is.
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That tree skirt is beautiful, like a whole cloth quilt effect. Is there a pattern you used for the shape of the skirt? I have seen triangle/Dresden templates used for this before but if you didn’t use any template, I would like to know the method of measuring and the measurements. It would make a great gift. Thanks
Hi, Margaret. It starts out as a 50×50 inch square of fabric. She quilts it and then pulls it off the machine. She then cuts the corners off so all 8 sides are equal (or close to equal). No pattern, just eye it up. One sides are cut, slip up the top from straight edge to center of quilt and cut out a small hole for tree trunk.
Hi Margaret, ZJ states that it starts out as a 50×50 inch square of fabric. She quilts it and then pulls it off the machine. She then cut the corners off so all 8 sides are equal ( or close to equal). No pattern, just eye it up. One sides are cut, slit up the top from straight edge to center of quilt and cut out a small hole for tree trunk.