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Precut Fabrics for Speedy Projects (Part 1 of 3) - Sewing with Nancy

Sewing with Nancy
Unwrap those pretty precut fabric packs and start creating. Nancy and guest, Maria DeGroot, demonstrate how simple stitching and clever cutting can result in a variety of attractive quilt blocks. Learn the Charm Pack Scramble, and then try variations of the Charm Pack Double Scramble blocks. Create the Four’s The Charm sashed block.

►►► Key Points in this VIDEO Tutorial (Precut Fabrics for Speedy Projects Part 1 of 3) ◄◄◄

① Discover three ways to cut, arrange and reassemble 9-patch blocks made from 5" square precuts and yardage.

② Learn two methods to create diagonal sashing across 4-patch blocks from 5" square precuts.

③ Nancy's Corner segment features Meg Cox, quilt expert and photographer sharing tips on how to take better quilt photos.

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►►Information on "Precut Fabrics for Speedy Projects" Projects Book◄◄

Precut fabrics help take the stress of out picking a color palette. Instead, turn your focus and creativity into creating quilts that look complicated, but can be made without a fuss.

① Nancy Zieman and guest Maria DeGroot show how to use precut fabric packages for a variety of projects.

② Incorporate precut fabric options - 5" squares, 10" squares, 2-1/2" strips with yardage to quickly create coordinated projects.

③ Easy techniques give 9-patch blocks a whole new look.

④ Quickly make volumes of half-square triangles from 10" precut squares to arrange in modern blocks.

⑤ Give a new twist to a traditional log cabin block complete with on-point layout and setting triangles.

⑥ Create gussets to form totes.

⑦ Use alternative fabrics (flannel and fusible foam) as batting.

⑧ "Quilt-as-you-go" using the wobble stitch.

⑨ Make and position straps for totes.

⑩ Projects include:

→ Charm Pack Scramble Quilt and variations

→ Four's the Charm Quilt

→ Chocolate Cake with Sprinkles Quilt

→ Quarter Log Cabin Quilt

→ Charming Tote

→ Strip by Strip Reversible Quilt

→ Split and Spin Pinwheel Quilt

→ Quilt & Go Tote

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