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How to Starch Baste Hexies and Build Penny Units with Missie Carpenter | Dog Quilts

(Show 2412) Missie began quilting in 1988 as a way to be creative while staying at home with her children. She loves mixing cotton and wool in her layered appliqué work. Missie shares her starch basting method for hexies and circles. She also gives you tips for making your stitches "invisible."  Missie also demonstrates her technique for building a penny unit with cotton. They look at examples of mixing and matching fiber type pennies.

Leanne Anderson shares her adorable dog breed quilts. Dog owning quilters love seeing ‘their breed’ created in fabric. It was this idea that was the catalyst for Leanne’s current count of fifty dog breed designs. The pre-fused laser cut applique kits make creating a dog gone cute quilty item a breeze. Leanne shares tips for preparing, stabilizing, appliquéing, and layering the designs. She also has ideas for adding a dog design to a variety of items (coasters, pot holders, dog food containers, etc.). Take a look at finished items with her dog designs produced by her family-run company.

Visit: Filmed at Traditional Primitives in Winterset, Iowa.
Gift Idea: Dog Breed portraits
Blocks Featured: Hexies, Penny circles

Wool, Raw Edge Appliqué, Hand Embroidery, English Paper Piecing, Hand Piecing, Hexagons, Basting, Pre-Cut Fabric, Portrait Quilts
Series 2400

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