- 1. Take apart the seams on the adapter using the seam ripper. Place all pieces on the gas and iron.
- 2. Draw a model that is 6 square inches on light cardboard. This will give you a finished block size 5 1 / 2 inches.
- 3. Cut a total of 80 squares of wool with 6-inch cardboard template. Draw around the template using the tailor chalk. There is no need to divide the amount evenly among all seeds.
- 4. Place squares of wool in a pleasing arrangement on the floor. Arrange the eight blocks from 10 blocks in all down.
- 5. Each of the squares sewn together into a row of eight. Use a 1/4-inch seam allowance in line with all the seams on the back of the quilt. Repeat for each of the nine remaining lines. Press the seams open.
- 6. Place the top row of eight face-down on the front of the second row. Match the seams corner of every block and pin on a long side of the line. Sew along the edge pinned together using a 1/4-inch seam allowance. Repeat for each of the remaining lines. Press the seams open.
- 7. Lay the fabric of wool flannel right on your countertop. Put the blanket roll face down on the flannel. Pin the two layers together. Sew around the pool with a shot 1/4-inch seam allowance. Send an 8-inch opening for turning.
- 8. Clip the corners of the shot and turn right side out. Hand-sew the opening closed.
- 9. Pin the corners of each block with the front and rear of the jet thickness. Thread a length of yarn tapestry needle, up from front to back on again, leaving a tail on both ends of the wire. Tie the yarn into a knot and trim the ends to 1 1 / 2 inches long. Repeat for the remaining tufting pinned corners.
What you need:
About wool flannel suits four men 1 3 / 4 yards of wool measuring tape ruler pencil scissors cardboard slightly in August Tapestry Yarn needles hand sewing machine Iron chalk tailor sewing needle and thread Seam ripper