Watercolor quilting

"Molly" by Wendy Lewis



Watercolor quilting is a quilting method that lets you sew small squares together, without having to sew the small squares together.

The method starts with a large piece of gridded fusible interfacing. Here is a full list of supplies that I use.

Use the Color Pallet to select fabrics, the Pixel Count to cut the correct number of each fabric, and the Pixel Map to place fabric squares on the gridded fusible interfacing. You then iron down the squares, sew horizontal seams, sew vertical seams, sandwich, quilt, and bind. 

There are many books that teach the watercolor method. But it's mostly just fusing squares to the grid, then sewing the seams. Very simple.

Copyright Wendy Lewis 2002



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