Stained Glass Patchwork with Paula Doyle

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Stained Glass Patchwork with Paula Doyle

Make stained glass pictures without using any bias strips following this clever idea from Paula.


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Paula shares this really easy technique with us. All you need to do is be able to trace, cut out and iron.  Then you get to sew with a simple zig-zag stitch.

This is a super use of scraps of fabric – particularly the bright ones. These will contrast exceptionally well with the black stained glass effect.

When you get to do the sewing, you will need to use the open-toed applique foot on your sewing machine. However the stitch is just a zig-zag and all machines do that.

Paula has used this technique to create table runners, placemats and suggests that it could be used as a box lid too.

There are 2 patterns available in the shop from Paula:

Stained glass poinsettia table runner and placemats
Stained glass roses wall hanging


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