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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Tutorial - Curved Purses
    be really posh and make your own A zip I use 14 inch fairly cheap nylon ones because I buy them in bulk and because working with an oversize zip is easier see further down for details Sewing machine with a regular and a zip foot also possibly a quilting foot Hand sewing needle Pattern and template download these by clicking Pattern and Template I started with an odd patchwork

    Original URL path: http://www.helenhowestextiles.co.uk/kitsandpatterns/curvepurse.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Free Tutorial - Laptop Sleeve Page 1
    Oakshott Fabrics these are called Moonlight First I took the seven fabrics on the left and from each I cut four 4 1 4 inch squares I laid them on my cutting mat in sets and divided like so not quite straight not quite in the middle I took the two palest colours and cut these up into 1 inch strips along the length Note these particular fabrics were cut

    Original URL path: http://www.helenhowestextiles.co.uk/kitsandpatterns/sleevetutorial.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Free Tutorial - Pieced Trees Page 1
    background fabrics This is a piece I have screen printed on top of a hand dye Simple is good too If you are in need of Easy choose fabrics with a Right and Wrong side Put your mat next to your machine and keep the work on it as you go Cut the piece in half from bottom to top I use a rotary cutter but no ruler if you are unsure of your lines a ruler is permissible Cut branches and sub branches The number and angles are up to you and your trees will not be quite like mine They are like handwriting Space the pieces apart a little on the mat to see how the tree will work This stage is scary but the absolute worst that can happen is that you start again with another bit of fabric Choose your Tree fabrics and cut some strips I generally cut about 1 to 1 1 2 inches wide not forgetting that you will need a wider piece for the trunk This is a stripe print glazed cotton I have had for ages I have torn strips but don t recommend this not all fabrics will do this

    Original URL path: http://www.helenhowestextiles.co.uk/kitsandpatterns/treetutorial.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Thread Bunny Tutorial
    onto your Bunny like so Then off the Bunny onto the seam like so At the end of the seam sew back onto the Bunny which you have cut off the far end neatly when it has passed by Note I am using two here Cut the work off the Bunny then sew onto the next seam from the Bunny and so on Results No wastage of thread Machine does

    Original URL path: http://www.helenhowestextiles.co.uk/kitsandpatterns/bunnytutorial.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Free Pattern - Tiger Tiger Quilt
    First cut your pieces From each fat eighth cut 3 pieces 7 inches by the width of the fabric as shown There will be 63 pieces or cut pieces 7 by 9 inches if using yardage Reserve the bits from the ends and one of the bigger pieces for the binding Lay the 62 pieces out in pairs mixing and matching as you please Tip it helps to be less than deliberate at this stage Just arrange all of them into pairs I like some with lots of contrast and some with very little Work one pair of blocks at a time Put one pair of pieces face up on your mat Cut both together in gentle curves as shown making a total of four cuts across the narrower width Keep the cuts 1 2 inch apart at least and do not let them cross Keep your fingers out of the way BE VERY CAREFUL at this stage that you do not turn any piece over or round Separate the two sets so that the colours alternate as shown Sew the sets together to make two blocks using 1 4 inch seams and a small stitch You do not need to pin the seams just match at the beginning and then gently align the edges together as you sew Be careful not to stretch the seam This is easier than it looks Carry on making pairs of blocks until you have used all the pieces Press the blocks firmly I press all the seams to one side without worrying too much about colour but you can press towards the darker colour in each block if you wish You do not need to snip seams they will lie flat Using your cutter and square ruler cut all the blocks to the

    Original URL path: http://www.helenhowestextiles.co.uk/kitsandpatterns/tigertiger.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Fair Copse Class
    silk quilt from 2012 Festival of Quilts this is a beginner level sewing advanced level results class Start by making my Easy Pieced Trees then add improvised sashings and borders to make a charming and unique to you small quilt

    Original URL path: http://www.helenhowestextiles.co.uk/class/faircopseclass.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Classes
    thread No glue or drying time and you will go home with two finished books ready to write in If you wish to bind your own words or make a photo album this can be arranged Skills taught in this class include Working with boards and fabric stitch binding using the Big Drill Getting Things The Right Way Up and more Workshop fee at my workshop includes kits for a

    Original URL path: http://www.helenhowestextiles.co.uk/class/bookbindingclass.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Helen Howes Textiles - Trees Class
    an improvisational pieced background and applique trees in monochrome or a simple colour scheme suitable for a wall piece as the centre for a larger quilt or make a most

    Original URL path: http://www.helenhowestextiles.co.uk/class/treeclass.html (2016-04-29)
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