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Patchwork easily and quickly II.

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If you've gone into patchwork and you want to try another simple pattern, we're bringing you a simple quick patchwork tutorial for beginners.

** Today's sequel to patchwork quickly and easily provides an alternative to the previous part - the procedure is the same, but the resulting design is completely different. Again, it's very easy, so go ahead with us right now.

Again, we start by preparing the material. For this pattern you will need 8 squares of turquoise, 4 square wheels and 4 squares of chevron cloth. The choice of patterns is just for you, we just provide it for more clarity of patterns :-). Again, we recommend choosing from [American Cotton Fabrics] Collections (, which are perfectly suited to the patchwork with its strength, low shrinkage and color fastness. We have selected from [Art Gallery Fabrics] (

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Just as in the first Patchwork tutorial, place one turquoise square and one patterned square face to face, place the top of the top square of the diagonal on top of the top of the diagonally diagonally, cut the diagonals on both sides of the diagonals, and cut them diagonally. You now have 16 squares, each made of a turquoise and color triangle. Always two squares are now staggered together according to the image (the numbers of shapes in the figures are calculated on our resulting shape composed of two large squares):

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We put together two Tirkus-Chevron and two turquoise wheels according to the scheme, so we have 8 rectangles ready, each of 4 and 4 equal. Now we are sewn together so that the square is a combination of a turquoise-chevron rectangle and a turquoise-circular rectangle, again starting from the color scheme. For one large square, we have 4 squares now ready to be combined according to the scheme:

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The resulting square then looks like this, and it is up to you to use it as a separate element on the layout, on the pillow or on the central part of the bag or cloth bag:

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We decided to use two squares to create a rectangular space. Between the two large squares we stuck a strip of rolled cloth, and the whole rectangle we created was the same with the same cloth. To highlight the windmill pattern, we each cross each square separately the rays from the center of each motif. Because the motif is a regular square, it has the infinite possibility of assembling into larger squares or rectangles, this simple way the beginner can also make a very spectacular bedding. And do not be afraid to experiment, each windsurfer may have a different pattern and color, originality is beauty :-))))

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Beautiful creation! :-)