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By Barbara Hammet

One hundred ten pages in colour & 35 b/w illustrations! artwork nouveau's "spinning, whirling, coiling, winding, and twisting" designs, as artist Gustav Klimt defined them, make an ideal thought for cross-stitch. For the 1st time, a set of tasks explores the exceptional chances. commence with the replicate body and bowl lids that draw on Klimt's spirals. Then attempt William de Morgan's peacocks utilized to reinforce cushions; a Tiffany panorama photograph; a Voysey clock; a snowdrop mattress linen set. All 12 designs include good sized styles. Trim dimension: 7 0.5 x 10.

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PIVOT Pivot in Scraps, pieced by Emily Cier, quilted by Cathy Kirk, 60˝ × 60˝ 51 SCRAP SELECTION what you need This quilt is great for using up all the little white pieces lying around. Don’t use too many large prints in the colored areas. Because so many colors touch, large prints will tend to make the shapes all blend together visually. wwWhite scraps (5˝ × 1˝–2˝) wwPink, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple scraps (6˝ wide × various lengths, 1˝–2˝ recommended) wwBacking: Pieced to 68˝ × 68˝ or 4 yards ASSEMBLY wwBatting: 68˝ × 68˝ Finished block size: 5˝ × 10˝ 1.

48 Scrap Republic curves, you may want to add more pins along the curve to hold the fabric in place while you sew. * Starching the fabric first helps you maintain left side and pin. Repeat on the right side. 7. Keeping 1 on top, sew the curve * If you are unfamiliar with sewing control of the bias edges. Sew. FINISHING Layer, quilt, and bind (Layering and Basting, Quilting Ideas, and Binding, pages 9–13). Whirl 49 SOLACE FOR THE SCRAPLESS notes * Each fabric/letter should have prints all in the same color, but they do not need to be the exact same print.

Press. Take note of the rotations in the squares. B1 C1 FINISHING Layer, quilt, and bind (Layering and Basting, Quilting Ideas, and Binding, pages 9–13). D1 A1 B2 A2 C2 A3 D2 B4 C4 D4 C3 B3 D3 A4 Hover 43 SOLACE FOR THE SCRAPLESS FIRST CUT SECOND CUT Print Quantity Dimensions* Quantity Dimensions 13 A 11/2˝ × wof 4 21/2˝ × wof 1 31/2˝ × wof 3 41/2˝ × wof Hover in Prints, pieced and quilted by Emily Cier, 48˝ × 48˝ 3 11/2˝ × wof B For this version of Hover, use yardage rather than scraps. 1 21/2˝ × wof 1 31/2˝ × wof A: 11/2 yards 1 B: 1/2 yard C: 1/4 yard D: 3/8 yard E: 3/8 yard F: 1/2 yard G: 5/8 yard H: 1/2 yard 44 Scrap Republic 11/2˝ × wof C 1 21/2˝ × wof 4 11/2˝ × 71/2˝ 4 11/2˝ × 91/2˝ 8 11/2˝ × 101/2˝ 24 11/2˝ × 121/2˝ 8 21/2˝ × 101/2˝ 4 21/2˝ × 121/2˝ 4 31/2˝ × 91/2˝ 4 41/2˝ × 71/2˝ 4 41/2˝ × 121/2˝ 6 11/2˝ × 21/2˝ 5 11/2˝ × 31/2˝ 1 11/2˝ × 41/2˝ 2 11/2˝ × 71/2˝ 3 11/2˝ × 81/2˝ 2 11/2˝ × 91/2˝ 3 21/2˝ × 41/2˝ 2 21/2˝ × 51/2˝ 1 31/2˝ × 81/2˝ 3 11/2˝ × 11/2˝ 1 11/2˝ × 21/2˝ 3 11/2˝ × 31/2˝ 2 11/2˝ × 41/2˝ 2 21/2˝ × 21/2˝ 3 21/2˝ × 31/2˝ 2 21/2˝ × 71/2˝ * wof = width of fabric Assemble the blocks by referring to Steps 2–5 on page 41 and the corresponding block charts on pages 42–43.

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