By Kim Schaefer
Make it dramatic with 24 effortless glossy quilts from best-selling writer Kim Schaefer (over 200,000 books sold.) daring black-and-white designs with vivid accessory shades convey a image glossy type in your desk, partitions, or couch. those quilts are effortless to customise by utilizing your individual favourite colours as accents. the stitching is simple, too, with Kim's easy piecing strategies and fusible appliqué. publication comprises 24 initiatives, a few that includes appliqué, in quite a few sizes: placemats, desk runners, wall hangings, and lap quilts. Black-and-white smooth designs will continually remain widespread.
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Extra resources for Black & White, Bright & Bold: 24 Quilt Projects to Piece & Appliqué
Press. Putting It All Together 40 Black & White, Bright & Bold PAIRED SQUARES RUNNER FINISHED BLOCK: 12˝ × 12˝ • FINISHED RUNNER: 181/2˝ × 831/2˝ DETAIL Quilted by Diane Minkley of Patched Works, Inc. Paired Squares Runner 41 Black-and-white fabrics are paired with browns and tans to create this classically elegant runner. MATERIALS 1/4 yard total assorted tans for pieced blocks Scraps of assorted browns for pieced blocks 1 yard light for pieced blocks, lattice, and border 3/4 yard total assorted black-and-white prints for pieced blocks 21/2 yards for backing and binding 23˝ × 88˝ batting CUTTING Cut from assorted tans: 4 squares 61/2˝ × 61/2˝ for Block A Cut from assorted browns: 2 squares 41/2˝ × 41/2˝ for Block B Cut from light: 12 rectangles 11/2˝ × 61/2˝ for Blocks A and B 8 rectangles 11/2˝ × 81/2˝ for Block A 4 rectangles 11/2˝ × 41/2˝ for Block B 5 rectangles 11/2˝ × 121/2˝ for lattice 2 strips 31/2˝ × 771/2˝ for side borders 2 strips 31/2˝ × 181/2˝ for end borders Cut from assorted black-and-white prints: 42 8 rectangles 21/2˝ × 81/2˝ for Block A 8 rectangles 21/2˝ × 121/2˝ for Block A 4 rectangles 31/2˝ × 61/2˝ for Block B 4 rectangles 31/2˝ × 121/2˝ for Block B Black & White, Bright & Bold PIECING FINISHING BLOCK A BLOCK B 1.
1. Cut and prepare: • 1 of appliqué piece 1 (connect the ends of the partial pattern for the full vine) • 5 each of appliqué pieces 2–4 2. Appliqué the pieces to the background. Putting It All Together 50 Black & White, Bright & Bold CROOKED PATH RUNNER FINISHED RUNNER: 201/2˝ × 501/2˝ DETAIL Quilted by Diane Minkley of Patched Works, Inc. Crooked Path Runner 51 MATERIALS CUTTING This runner is fast and fun to make. The 1 yard total assorted black-and-white prints Cut from assorted black-and-white prints: 3/4 yard total assorted reds 17 rectangles 21/2˝ × 51/2˝ combination of reds with 15/8 yards for backing and binding 17 rectangles 21/2˝ × 61/2˝ 16 rectangles 21/2˝ × 91/2˝ black and white creates a 25˝ × 55˝ batting timeless classic.
Press. APPLIQUÉING 1. Cut and prepare 12 of appliqué piece 2 (3˝ circle). For rawedge appliqué, cut with pinking shears. 2. Appliqué the pieces to the backgrounds. For raw-edge appliqué, use a straight stitch to sew 1/8˝ from the outer edge of the circles. Putting It All Together 58 Black & White, Bright & Bold CENTER SQUARE PLACE MAT FINISHED PLACE MAT: 161/2˝ × 121/2˝ MATERIALS 1/4 yard total assorted white-and-black prints (light backgrounds) 1/4 yard total assorted black-and-white prints (dark backgrounds) 3/4 yard for backing and binding 20˝ × 16˝ batting CUTTING Cut from assorted white-and-black prints (light backgrounds): 4 squares 21/2˝ × 21/2˝ 4 rectangles 21/2˝ × 41/2˝ 4 rectangles 21/2˝ × 61/2˝ Quilted by Diane Minkley of Patched Works, Inc.