A tiny house to live simply in. I find this shed roof style tiny home very appealing. I tried yet another kind of applique to construct this block from The Splendid Sampler. Lori Holt over at Bee in My Bonnet has a tutorial on using lightweight non-fusible interfacing so I figured why not give it a try. You can hand or machine stitch the applique pieces, and I decided on machine stitching this time. The machine stitching became the quilting. I love doing everything in one step. This method of applique I think works best with pieces that aren’t too tiny, like the patterns Lori Holt has at her website. It is a nice way to have a finished edge instead of the raw edge you get when you use the fusible materials to applique.
Here’s how I quilted it using my free motion foot:
- Stitched on the applique pieces
- Stitched a door knob
- Stitch the border design like the other blocks.
Until Next Time!
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