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The concord courses are a sequence of hugely sensible, illustrated courses handy knitting and crochet, explaining simple options from begin to end. This quantity bargains three hundred stitches for crochet, and contains simple stitches, lace styles, motifs, filet, clusters, shells, bobbles, and loops.
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On Mid-summer’s Eve, herring is consumed together with new potatoes and dill. The inspiration for the simple fish shapes used in this pillow comes from Scandinavian textiles from the 1950s and ’60s. The next project also features another tasty fish friend. 6cm) pillow form INSTRUCTIONS Seam allowances are ¼” (6mm) unless otherwise noted. TIP Not crazy about herring? Try with another text. How does “school” sound? 1. 6cm) from the linen for the front piece of the pillow. 6cm) for the back. 2. Trace the fish (patterns are on pages 85–86) onto the paper side of the fusible web, cut out, and fuse onto the fabric scraps.
Is there a fabric that stands out too much or has the wrong shade when looked at from a distance? Continue evaluating, adding and taking away fabrics until you are satisfied. Do try out fabrics that don’t seem to fit in at first glance. If you just can’t decide, I recommend that you sleep on it—leave the fabrics overnight, and take a fresh look at them the next day. PROBLEM: Everything went wrong. I’m throwing it away! SOLUTION: Put it aside instead; you might be able to save it. I have come up with many new ideas because of mistakes I’ve made.
Trace the patterns (page 63) onto the paper side of the fusible web, cut apart, press it to the fabric scraps, and cut out the shapes. 2. Arrange the birds on the fabric, keeping the outer seam allowances in mind. 3. Peel off the paper from the appliqué pieces, and fuse them to the background. 4. Machine stitch around the edges of all the birds with a straight stitch, using black embroidery thread. Sew the beaks and the legs on the birds at the same time. Refer to the project photo (page 60) and the bird pattern (page 59) to get some ideas for how to stitch the birds’ legs and beaks.