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2) The stop motion washer (located under the stop motion knob is not correctly installed).
There were a couple of distinct washers Singer used depending upon the year model of the machine.
Again, just as we saw with the cathedral geese, the fold will not line up with the square, and this is A-OK.
Next, place another 3 1/2" square of Fabric A on top of two fabrics, right side down, aligning the raw edges again on the bottom and right side. Bring your sewn unit back to the cutting table and grab another 3 1/2" square of Fabric A. Take the folded and partially sewn Fabric B/Fabric A unit and place on top, with the fold away from you, just as you did before, with the seam you just created on your left, and aligning the raw edges on the right and bottom sides.
Make quilted patchwork accent pillows with this clever recycled quilt tutorial!
The Denim Cathedral Window Pillow uses old jeans and pretty fabrics to create a patchwork pillow with a faux cathedral windows quilt pattern.
This quilt is, and I’m guessing, about 15 years old.
I made it around the time I wrote my two books, Machine Stitched Cathedral Windows and Machine Stitched Cathedral Stars.
I tried to figure out the best way to make the elusive cathedral window block.
The Dragonfly fabric that I used is one of my all time favorite fabrics. Permalink 1 Comment I have started to put my patterns on Berries Jubilee, Romantic Reflection, Parchment & Black Lacquer and Sparkling Stars are now available for purchase and download as PDFs at my Craftsy store.
I appreciate all the support I have had through the years for my technique and hopefully this will make the technique available to more quilters all over the world.
Part 1 includes a materials list and instructions for cutting and piecing the denim circles.
Quilting uses a lot of fabric usually, but this one uses old jeans, so you won't have to buy more fabric if you're running low.
Carry carefully to your sewing machine, and sew a scant 1/4" seam along that right side. Then, place one more 3 1/2" Fabric A square on top, right side down.