By Melody Griffiths
В книге представлено 201 вязаных крючков мотивов и блоков с подробными схемами и инструкциями. Containing a listing of motifs and blocks, plus styles, you could both create your individual designs from the wealth of wonderful motifs illustrated or keep on with one in every of Melodys fail-safe styles which are additionally integrated. thought varies from uncomplicated geometric styles, to lovely floral and spiral designs to photo blocks made out of the motifs proven. when you begin, you are going to detect the probabilities are unending. each one motif is displayed in a close-up color photo subsequent to a transparent, easy-to-follow sew diagram. The directions also are written out in complete so that you can decide on how you like to paintings. complete directions are given for the kind of yarn to take advantage of, the strain and the dimensions of the motif, plus how to in attaining the simplest end result. There also are sketches and images displaying how the motif can be utilized, both by itself, with numerous jointly, or partnered with different motifs. makes use of to your accomplished blocks contain cushions, coverlets and afghans, scarves and wraps, and luggage and totes. *Provides a wealth of unique crochet motifs. *All motifs compatible for novices and more matured craftspeople alike. *201 blocks, motifs, and styles to select from.
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It’s a great way to view the entire project and solidify it in your mind. —Brenda Laurel Quilt noun, verb 1. a bed cover made of two layers of fabric stitched together, with interior padding of cotton or feathers held in place by decorative intersecting seams 2. something that resembles a quilt or is quilted 3. to make a fabric article, especially a bed cover, by sewing two layers of fabric together with a filling, especially using decorative stitching Size Matters While we know that making a quilt involves much more than simply sewing two layers of fabric together with batting in between, the fundamentals of quilt design are universally the same.
For example, if you have only three yards of background fabric, your quilt can only be that big—blocks and border included—unless you use two backgrounds, such as in Greenhouse (page 82). If you have a nice assortment of fabrics for appliqué, but you just ran out of the one you like the most, add another fabric that will be complementary to the quilt’s palette. Â— Do you want to use a solid black background, but you can’t find any more of that particular dye lot and you don’t have enough for the whole quilt?
Until then, it’s not done. You’ve designed a gorgeous quilt and finished all the appliqué work, and now it’s hanging on the design wall. You’re pleased with your work, and you leave it up for a couple of days so you can look at it and make sure it’s right. You walk by it and suddenly you stop and realize that something is missing. How could that be? You check your patterns and, yes, all the designs are there—but something is still missing. There is a little detail here or there that, the quilt is telling you, would make the difference between a gorgeous quilt and a truly amazing quilt.
201 Crochet Motifs, Blocks, Projects and Ideas by Melody Griffiths