Close This Ad
More
Close

Southwestern Circles Throw

Combine hard lines and soft curves as well as machine piecing and appliquéing methods in a batik throw. Fabrics are hand-dyed batiks from the Enchanted Journey Batiks collection by Patricia Lueker and Southwest Decoratives for Avlyn.

Pages

+ enlarge
 

Download this Project

Cut Fabrics


Cut pieces in the following order. Click on "Download this Project" for pattern pieces. The following instructions use a template-plastic-and-starch method to prepare appliqués. See Prepare Appliqués, page 3, before cutting out appliqué pieces A and B.

From assorted brown-and-teal batiks, cut:
7—5-7/8" squares, cutting each in half diagonally for 14 triangles total

From assorted light multicolor batiks, cut:
2—3x42" strips
7—5-7/8" squares, cutting each in half diagonally for 14 triangles total
16—3x5-1/2" rectangles

From assorted tan batiks, cut:
7—5-7/8" squares, cutting each in half diagonally for 14 triangles total
16—5-1/2" squares

From assorted teal batiks, cut:
7—5-7/8" squares, cutting each in half diagonally for 14 triangles total
8 of Pattern B

From assorted purple batiks, cut:
14 of Pattern A (7 sets of 2 matching pieces)
8 of Pattern B

From assorted brown batiks, cut:
14 of Pattern A (7 sets of 2 matching pieces)

From brown geometric batik, cut:
2—3x42" strips
5—2x42" strips for inner border

From teal circle batik, cut:
5—3-1/2x42" strips for outer border
5—2-1/2x42" binding strips

4—5" squares {C}

Pages

Comments

Loading comments...