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Projects include place mats, curtains, pillows, table topper, apron, and a beautiful throw quilt. Full-size templates are included in the book as well as Edyta's techniques for raw-edge appliqué and binding.
Simple Shapes and Dancing Umbrella dies are available from AccuQuilt® and work with GO!® fabric cutters.
The Appliqué Society; Reviewer: Patti Ives; January/February 2015
Sometimes I like to explore new quilting techniques by working on smaller projects, that way I don’t feel so bad if I mess up. Edyta Sitar’s new book “Rainy Day Teatime” contains 12 easy projects, most of which you can finish in an afternoon. Projects include place mats, curtains, pillows, table topper, apron, and a fabulous throw quilt. The appliqué method used is raw edge appliqué. Full size templates are included as well as step-by-step instructions with great photos of each step. Opportunities to learn include working with fusible web to create raw edge appliqué, develop precise scissor cutting skills, machine quilting and piecing a somewhat complicated block composed of four sections with fabric triangles similar to a Dresden plate. Have some fun experimenting with color and quilting while creating gifts for friends and family or just for yourself.