Fabric crafting is a traditional art that is handed down from generation to generation and is present in everyone’s life. The different textures, colors and prints of the fabrics make this material ideal for the development and creation of various objects to decorate your home. In this technique you use cutouts from different fabrics and join them harmoniously. In the end, patchwork is a way to make fun, colorful and, most importantly, unique pieces.
I’m sure you’ve seen a patchwork piece out there. As the name suggests, patchwork is a technique that uses different pieces of fabric to create a unique composition. This craft is one of the new trends in decoration. The laidback style that this art proposes can be the difference in a home decor.
There are a number of possibilities to use this art in decoration, such as pillows, quilts, dishcloth, sousplats and even upholstery. It can be completely random and unstructured, or it can follow a pattern that you define. This technique allows you to create the most varied shapes and compositions.
To Make the Quilt You Will Need
- Patches of various fabrics (we suggest 100% cotton)
- Needles or sewing machine
- Sewing thread
- Lining Fabric
When you start to separate the fabrics, remember to choose and combine colors and patterns, so that the result of your quilt is amazing. One of the simplest formats when producing a patchwork quilt is the square, making it easier for someone starting this type of craft. But there are several other shapes that can also be made, such as triangles, rectangles and more elaborate blocks.
To do this pattern you need cornerstones cut 2 1/2″ squares of print.
Finishing your quilt is pretty simple. Start by tramming any fabric that may have been left over after sewing. You can cut a 6 cm strip to bias all the way around the quilt. Your quilt is ready, be proud of yourself! Any doubts? Check the Pattern FREE