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Strip Piecing and
Applique with Fusible Web

The fusible web method is different than the fusible interfacing method. Fusible web has a paper backing and is ironed to the WRONG side of the fabric. The “shape” of the applique is then cut out. The paper is then removed from the applique piece. The applique is ironed on to another piece of fabric on the quilt. Then the edges of the applique are sewn to the quilt. The applique can be sewn with a narrow zig zag stitch, a simple straight stitch, a satin stitch, the blanket stitch or some other decorative stitch that you may have on your sewing machine.
Peggy’s Patterns for Quilts are categorized into different Skill Levels
so that you can choose the ones that  are just right for YOU!

The Skill Level of each pattern gives the prospective quilt maker an idea of what methods are used to create each quilt. Simply choose the patterns that describe your skill level and order the patterns that appeal to you!

Each quilt pattern is written with easy-to-follow step by step instructions for five different size quilts …
Baby, Twin, Double, Queen and King size!

The Skill Levels do not necessarily mean that one pattern is more difficult that another.

The Skill Level lets the quilter know that some patterns can, most likely, be made in a short amount of time.
Other patterns may involve more steps and require more time to complete.

The patterns are further described by the method that is used in making each pattern.

The various methods are described below.
The method that is used to create each quilt can be found next to the Skill Level of each pattern.
Like flowers in a garden ,
quilters gather
and grow together
into a bouquet
of friends … forever!