Briefly: Learn stained glass applique with this beautiful Calla Lily quilt project. This quilt is an easy weekend project to make using fusible webbing.
Designer: Jan Blanchet
Finished Size: 12" x 24"
All raw edges are covered with black bias binding. Use pre-purchased bias or make your own - instructions included.
This quilt was made by Anita of Washington State. After entering it in a local quilt show she received a third place award. Congratulations Anita.
⅓ yd background fabric
¼ yd border fabric
⅛ yd dark flower fabric
⅛ yd light flower fabric
⅛ yd dark leaf/stem fabric
⅛ yd light leaf fabric
scraps of dark orange & yellow for accents and stamens
½ yd black for backing and binding
24" x 12" piece of batting
¼-½ yd fusible webbing (approx. 18" x 24")
1 reel Clover ¼" quick bias in black**
Black Thread or thread to match bias binding
Sewing machine and accessories
Teflon Sheet, parchment paper or baking paper
Light box may be useful
**Note: Directions include instructions for making your own bias binding and fusible tape as an alternative to purchasing pre-made bias. This requires ONE fat quarter of fabric for bias plus ½yd fusible webbing or ONE 40ft pack of 5mm fusible tape . A ¼" bias bar is also required. None of these are included above. Makes approximately 40ft bias binding.