This month we are working on our Garden Walk Quilt Along with applique corners! You can choose to do your applique using wool or cotton- either will work.
Also, if you are doing needle turn applique- you’ll want to add extra seam allowance for turning under on the templates.
Cannot wait to see what you choose to use for your quilt!
To help you get started or figure out the whole applique thing, here are some great resources to check out or review prior to starting.
Applique how to’s, hints and tips
Wool Applique Resources:
- staple to secure wool applique
- wool applique stitching
- wool felt thread
- felting wool
- embroidery designs for stitching wool
Cotton Applique Resources:
Tracing your pattern can be done with a light box— check out this post with all the info on it.
The pattern is included in the 2019 Patchwork Planner.Â You can find all the tracking, instructions and template within the planner.Â Every month has the breakdown of the instructions and steps for that month.Â Both layouts are included in the planner as well.
Purchase the Garden Walk pattern here
25″ X 25″ / 56″ X 56″
ABOUT THE QUILT:
Layout option #1: Center only. Youâ€™ll be ending this quilt top with a finished size of 25â€ X 25â€
June will be the last step for just this option.
Layout option #2: Full quilt top. Youâ€™ll be ending this quilt top with a finished size of 56â€ X 56â€
This option will go from July to October.
Materials list has all supplies needed for both layouts.
Applique: choose either wool or cotton fabric applique. Applique templates donâ€™t have seam allowance added.
When using cotton for applique you can use heat-n-bond lite to secure your fabric.
If you are using needle turn applique, cut your fabric 1/4â€ larger than the templates.
- sign up for theÂ BOM reminder emails
- follow on Instagram â€“Â @patchwork_posseÂ Â â€“> weâ€™ll be using #gardenwalkqal
- join theÂ Quilting 101 group
- likeÂ myÂ Facebook page
Iâ€™ll be announcing each month in each of those places!
Sign up for reminders of future Garden Walk QAL posts:
For all posts in this series, visit theÂ quilt along here.
Weâ€™ll see you the second Monday of each month!
Donâ€™t forgetÂ that you can keep everything together for the year with theÂ 2019 Calendar!