No-Math Miter Template Set with FREE 6-in-1 Fabric Marking Pencil and Receiving Blanket Pattern
The No-Math Miter Template Set makes quick work of self-bound napkins, table runners, tablecloths, placemats, and scarves. Set includes acrylic template and a instructional booklet along with a FREE marking pen and blanket pattern.
- Use same templates and technique for multi-layer projects, such as pot holders, sachets, and quilts
- Six sizes of templates for border widths: ¾", 1", 1½", 2", 2½", and 3"
- Precise, laser cut, clear acrylic templates have easy-to-read markings and holes to hang up when not in use
- Softcover, 12-page booklet includes instructions
- To help you learn the technique, seven easy projects are detailed in the book:
- Napkins with rick rack/piping accent
- Tablecloth/Topper with decorative stitching
- Reversible scarf
- Cocktail Napkins with decorative inserts
- Two-Tone Table Runner
- Quilted Placemats
- Baby/Lap quilt
Free 6-in-1 Fabric Marking Pencil allows you to easily mark fabric with six different colors in one pencil.
- Mechanical lead style marking pen; six colors in one pen
- Colors: white, brown, yellow, green, blue, and red
- "Leads" are less than 1/8" diameter and can be sharpened with a finger nail file
- Choose the color you need by turning the cap on the pencil; extend/retract lead with slider on the side of the pencil
- Pencil overall size: 5/8" diameter x 5¾" long
- Markings wash out.
- Remove markings before pressing.
- Outer style may vary.
Free receiving blanket pattern with purchase
- Step by step instructions, with color illustrations
- Approximate finished size: 34" x 34"
- Master the technique in five easy steps:
- Mark — position template on fabric corner and trace the cutting lines with a fabric pencil or pen.
- Cut — cut on the traced line create a cut out angle.
- Press — press up the seam allowance along the outer edges, easily identified by the cut out angle.
- Fold — fold the corner in half diagonally, right sides together, aligning cut out angle.
- Stitch — stitch from cut edge to cut edge using a ¼" seam allowance.