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This project combines some hand embroidery with quilt squares. We did only 12 squares, (6 emroidered and 6 pieced squares) because we didn't want to repeat any of ...
The first thing you need to do is find some hot iron transfers at the craft store... THere are all kinds of hot iron transfers available through "Aunt ...
Cut 16, 3" squares for each block of the quilt that is not an embroidered square. We used a variety of red, white, black and scottish terrier printed ...
Our lattice strips were made of a cherry printed material. The number of lattice strips will depend on how many quilt block you end up making. Our quilt ...
Find some fabric for the backing of the quilt and enough cotton batting material to go between your layers. Then pin the layers together using safety pins... the ...
When you've got the whole thing quilted... all you have to do is sew on the binding tape, and you're finished! Now you can snuggle up in it!
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