The templates make it effective, when the pattern repeat the same shape, many times. Tracing it on the Heat and Bond, is a quick process. Once fused to the back of the fabric, one only need to cut once, as all the layers are together, as one layer. This works well for the larger pieces. The scalloped hearts and swags.
The Heat and Bond Method:
1. Place the Heat and Bond on top of the pull out pattern, with the paper side on top.
Amazing how green everything is, just the other day it was all covered in snow.
This quilt was done in a medallion style. Each round, different to the last one.
Pieced blocks, more butterflies and sashings.....
This one was inspired by a fat quater bundle (French General, Rouenneries Deux), which made for a fun project. Just getting creative, with the challenge of using only the fat quater bundle.
Up until this pattern came along, mystery quilts never quite pulled at my heart strings, until this one happened.