Attic Windows with Valerie Nesbitt

///Attic Windows with Valerie Nesbitt

Attic Windows with Valerie Nesbitt

The 3D light effect of this block is simple to create with the use of a light strip of fabric and a dark strip of fabric


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A simple illusion

The visual illusion of looking through a window is simply achieved by the use of a light and a dark fabric and using a 45 degree angle where they meet (similar to a mitred corner);   Valerie shows you how you can achieve this with the simple help of the iron to press in the crease – so no need to panic.

If you would like to check out the mitred corners click here





This is a lovely example of Attic Windows made by Vicky Munday;  she used a pre-printed panel to which she added the two colours and then she has enhanced the windows effect with the simple quilting.


You could do something similar with a cushion panel too. Or, for more ideas, Karin Hellaby’s book, Sew Simple Attic Windows, which is featured in this video.

Featured in this video

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