Bruges Flower Lace by Edna Sutton

By Edna Sutton

Издание содержит подробный обучающий курс по технике брюггского кружева. Рекомендуется начинающим.

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008-039 27/04/2006 8:49 PM Page 38 FRIENDLY ELEPHANT BIB 1 Enlarge the bib, elephant, mouth, and tongue patterns found on pages 89, 90, and 91, and cut them out. Patterns include 1 ⁄ 4" (6 mm) seam allowances. 2 Cut one bib from terry cloth. Cut two elephants and two mouths from fabric. Cut one tongue from pink felt. Cut one elephant from batting. 3 Pin or baste quilt batting to the wrong side of one elephant piece along the edges. 4 Fold ribbon in half crosswise. Aligning cut edges, pin the ribbon to the right side of the end of the elephant’s trunk.

Center the hook tape 2" (5 cm) below the upper edge of the body and stitch in place. 040-067 27/04/2006 9:00 PM Page 57 12 DESIGNER’S TIP 11 Pin the two body pieces right sides together along the sides and lower edge. Trim the corners diagonally and press the seams open. 12 To create a paper-bag bottom for the lunch bag, fold the lower corner, aligning the bottom seam over the side seam. The line should be 31 ⁄ 2" (9 cm) long. Trim away the triangle 1⁄ 4" (6 mm) from the stitching line. Repeat for the other corner.

92 m) length of bias tape. Repeat steps 9 and 10 at the neck edge, centering the tape to the neck to finish the raw edge and Page 39 create bib ties. Beginning at the end of one tie, topstitch close to the folds of the tape, continuing the stitching around the neck edge to the end of the other tie. 12 Stitch the mouth to the center of the bib, 4" (10 cm) below the neck edge. Pin the tongue to the upper straight edge of the mouth, and stitch in place. 13 Pin the elephant head on the bib, over the mouth, and stitch through all layers between the head and ears.

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