By Abbey Lane Quilts
Everything the trendy child wishes (and mommy too) for celebration time, playtime, quiet time, or pass time. sew up a few of these imaginitive and functional designs, and the times can be a bit more uncomplicated for either mother and child. Marcea Owen and Janice Liljenquist, founders of Abbey Lane Quilts, deliver you 24 tasks together with quilts, bibs, diaper baggage, smooth toys, and much more, utilizing clean, sleek materials. make a choice from numerous distinct colorways, elaborations, and ability degrees. Get artistic with coordinating tasks to make excellent gift sets—get extra “oohs” and “aahs” at each child shower!
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Turn right side out and press. 3 Tie a knot in the center of the long tube. 4 Drop a bead in one end and work it down to the knot. Tie a knot as close as possible to the other side of the bead. Figure 1. Figure 1 5 Add 5 more beads, with a knot between each bead. Tie a knot after the last bead. 6 Repeat Steps 4 and 5 on the other side of the center knot. You will have 6 beads on each side of the center knot. Figure 2. Figure 2 7 Make sure the remaining ends of the necklace are the same length. Cut if necessary.
Row Assembly Refer to the quilt assembly diagram to assemble 4 rows, each with 2 Block 1 units, 2 Block 2 units, and a 2½″ × 8½″ sashing between each block. Press seams toward the blocks. 1 For Row 1, alternate the blocks starting with Block 1. Press. 2 For Row 2, alternate the blocks starting with Block 2. Press. 3 For Row 3, repeat Step 1, except switch the order of the Block 1s and the Block 2s to alternate fabrics. Press. 4 For Row 4, repeat Step 2, except switch the order of the Block 2s and the Block 1s to alternate fabrics.
Figure 1. Figure 1 5 Add 5 more beads, with a knot between each bead. Tie a knot after the last bead. 6 Repeat Steps 4 and 5 on the other side of the center knot. You will have 6 beads on each side of the center knot. Figure 2. Figure 2 7 Make sure the remaining ends of the necklace are the same length. Cut if necessary. Turn the ends under ¼″ and topstitch closed. 8 With the right end of the necklace, tie a single knot around the left end close to the last knot. With the left end of the necklace, tie a knot around the right side close to the last knot.
Baby Times: 24 Handmade Treasures for Baby & Mom by Abbey Lane Quilts