Sarah Payne's Appliqué School - SIGNED COPY
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A guide to hand and machine appliqué for sewers and quilters by Sarah Payne
In this fun and practical introduction to hand and machine appliqué, well-known TV personality Sarah Payne leads you through a series of techniques to build up your skills.
Each chapter includes a number of different-sized step-by-step projects, including a height chart, pet feeding mat, quilt, cushions, baby play mat, bags, wall art and placemats. Sarah discusses both hand-sewn and machine-sewn appliqué, as well as raw-edged and turned-edge appliqué. She also includes information on feature stitching, using paper templates, layering, quilting and binding. There are templates to trace supplied for the projects.
Jam-packed with information and colourful projects, jump in and start learning all things appliqué. Put your skills into practice and at the same time create beautiful projects to keep or give as gifts.
Table of Contents
Tools and materials 8
Basic techniques 20
Machine-sewn raw-edged appliqué 44
Lesson 1: Perky parrot cushion 46
Lesson 2: Dog and cat feeding mats 50
Lesson 3: Robot friends height chart 56
Lesson 4: Japanese wall art 60
Lesson 5: Peacock wall hanging 63
Lesson 6: Farmyard play mat 70
Machine-sewn turned-edge appliqué 76
Lesson 7: Retro tote bag 78
Lesson 8: Heart cushion 82
Lesson 9: Orange peel table runner and placemats 87
Lesson 10: Harlequin bed runner 90
Lesson 11: Happy flowers quilt 95
Hand-sewn appliqué 102
Lesson 12: Vintage clutch bag 104
Lesson 13: Fabulous felt book cover 108
Lesson 14: Seaside wall art 111
Lesson 15: Scented pillow 114
Lesson 16: Baltimore-style wall hanging 118
About Sarah Payne
Sarah Payne is a popular quilting teacher, designer and TV demonstrator, well known on Create and Craft.
In 2011, Sarah decided to take a career break and rediscover her creative side. She started by opening a fabric shop and training centre, before becoming a regular contributor to all the major UK quilting magazines. She has launched a successful range of quilting kits and now designs her own fabric range for Craft Cotton Company.
Sarah wrote her first book, Sarah Payne's Quilt School, in 2019. It was awarded highly commended at the British Sewing Awards 2020 in the category 'Favourite sewing book 2019-20'.
Sarah lives in Peterborough, UK. Her website is www.sarahpayne.co.uk.
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