Divide and Conquer Applique by Carla A. Canonico October 3, 2014 written by Carla A. Canonico October 3, 2014 522 Here’s a great TIP by Kathy K. Wylie to get you out of a ‘tight’ spot when you don’t have enough fabric to turn under when doing applique. Read more… Divide and Conquer Applique Kathy K. Wylie Quilts – Divide and Conquer Applique Turned-edge appliqué requires a seam allowance wide enough to turn under. The amount of preferred seam allowance may vary depending on the fabric, the skill of the individual, or the shape of the appliqué patch. Nevertheless, there must be at least a few threads to turn under – otherwise, the edge will be raw and run the risk of fraying. So what do you do when the appliqué shape precludes a sufficient seam allowance? Divide and conquer! Print this page or save as a PDF FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditWhatsappTelegramEmail Carla A. Canonico Carla A. Canonico is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of A Needle Pulling Thread Magazine, QUILTsocial.com, and KNITmuch.com. previous post Happiness is Tilda so close to home! next post Quilting with Husqvarna Viking Sapphire 960Q YOU MAY ALSO LIKE... Stitch regulation on the PFAFF powerquilter 1600 Don’t miss it! Courtepointe Québec celebrates its quilting... Finishing a quilt block to size: Here’s what... Half filled bobbins and spools: what are they... Twin needles: the smart way to store them The hardest part about making a memory quilt:... How sock hangers ‘work’ in your quilting space Don’t throw away those leftover fabric binding strips The best way to organize your sewing machine... Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.