Block 3. EZ-Log Nr15S.

Thank You very much for keep sewing with me.
Probably you’ve already finished the previous block and are ready for the next one.
You can see how the quilt expands in the picture.

This month, the task is very simple, but at least a little bit meticulous. I used the EZ-Log Nr15S template for the new frame.

Follow the steps below.

  • Increase the size of the Quilt with a single-color strip of 3 cm (Cut 4 strips of 4.5cm). You don’t use the template yet for this.
  • Draw the flying goose motifs on the Vetex.
  • There are 86 pieces of flying goose motifs on a strip. Place the template at the end of the drawn pattern and continue drawing. The width of the strip of flying goose is 2cm!
  • Draw the square patterns in the corners using the EZ-Log Nr15S template, by mirroring the flying goose pattern. The size of the finished square is 2x2cm.
  • After drawing, you can start doing the sewing on paper technique. There are two video for the normal size “flying goose” template here and here. The size is irrelevant as the technique is the same.
  • Sew a strip of “flying goose” on the right and left sides of the quilt.
  • Sew the square blocks to the ends of the other two “Flying goose” strips.
  • Sew the strips with squares on the bottom and top of the Quilt.

With the new extension the size of your work will be 90cm x 90cm + the sewing allowance.
Below you can see some photos about the work in progress. 

All templates and other items used to make the complete 2m x 2m “Sew with me for 1 year” mystery quilt is collected at one place in our webshop www.foltvilag.com.

If you are ready with this stage, please send me a nice photo. I will place it on our facebook page and on this blog.

You can meet me personally and buy the templates at Foltvilag’s stand at the following events.

  • Stand B64, Brescia Creattiva (Italy) Brixia Forum,  2020.10.01.-04.

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Margit Siposné Cseh

I like teaching patchwork.

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