It’s the fourth day of Spring, and snow is blanketing the gardens of Minnesota–dashing any thoughts of purple or pink hyacinths outside…
So, a Spring Quilt will have to do for present….
Today, a tutorial
Tomorrow, a vase quilt to share…
THE HYACINTH FREE MOTION QUILT TUTORIAL
This motif is a great border pattern and it can be easily altered to fill a square.
When first learning this motif, it may be helpful to draw a few lines to help establish the proportions.
Begin by drawing a rectangle, 2 inches tall by 1-1/2 inches wide.
Begin stitching in the middle of the bottom line. Stitch a straight line, 3/4 of the distance to the top line. Retrace the stitches back to the middle of the rectangle.
Stitch three scallops on the right side, tapering to a point at the middle.
Taper down to the left side, mirroring the scallops.
A row of Hyacinths would make a beautiful border on any quilt or table runner.
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PS…This tutorial was stitched on my BERNINA 820 (No BSR) with Sulky 40 wt Rayon on top and Aurifil cotton 50 wt in the bobbin. Kona cotton and Warm and Natural cotton batting…
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