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By Carol Doak
Create perfectly-pieced miniature cover blocks in quite a few themes—from hearts and plant life to airplanes and birthday muffins. safe them within your Carol Doak's memento body playing cards for gift-giving and creative reveal. those blocks also are ideal to mix 'n match for making desk linens, wall quilts, and different small tasks.
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Place the #2 fabric right side up on the blank side of the paper over the #2 area, approximating the position for piece #2. Flip the #2 fabric over and place it right sides together with the edge of the #1 piece just trimmed. Adjust the placement along this line so it will cover the #2 area when it is sewn and pressed open. Pin in place. Place #2 fabric and pin. 5. Sew on the line between #1 and #2, extending the stitching about ½″ at both ends. Sew. 6. Clip the threads and remove the pins. Press the #2 piece open with an iron on a cotton setting with no steam.
11. To trim the block, place the ½″ line on the rotary ruler on 2 adjoining sides of the square. Trim on the dashed trimming line of the foundation. The fabric will extend ½″ outside the solid sewing line. Turn the block and trim the remaining 2 sides in the same way. Trim ½″ from sewing line. Note In making blocks for cards, I have you trim them larger (½″ around the outside), so the block edges will adhere to the tape around the cutout opening in the cards. Remember when admiring your completed block that the design shown in the window of the card will be ½″ in from the edge, so it is okay if some of the fabric extends only ¼″ beyond the sewing line.
3. Set up your sewing machine with neutral-colored thread, a 90/14 needle, and an open-toe presser foot (so you can see the needle as you sew on the line). 5 on a sewing machine that has a range of 0–5. Step-by-Step Paper Piecing 1. Select the #1 fabric piece. Looking through the blank side of the foundation, place the fabric right side up over the #1 area. Turn the foundation over and confirm that the fabric extends at least ¼″ beyond the #1 area. Pin in place using a flat-headed pin placed parallel to and away from the #1/#2 seamline.