How to Quilt Patchwork Maple Leaves?


Quilting Maple leaves involves washing the fabric first to confirm that it will not shrivel when washed after it's made. Cut the pieces for your maple leaf block. Starting with the background fabric, cut two 2 1/2-inch squares and two 3 1/2-inch squares and two 3 1/2-inch squares. Three 2 1/2-inch squares and one 1-inch-by-3-inch rectangle from the contrast fabric. Fasten the contrast square right sides together with the background square. Pull together the maple leaf block by making three rows hence a complete maple leaf patchwork block. To create a whole quilt, embroider many blocks together adding borders.
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Maple Tree
Kingdom: Plantae Division: Magnoliophyta Class: Magnoliopsida Order: Sapindales Family: Sapindaceae Genus: Acer
There are over 200 different species of trees in the maple family. Most are symmetrical, wide spreading trees with extremely thick foliage. Most are also deciduous... More »
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