November 29, 2011

GIVE AND TAKE Fabric Applique Trunk SHow

Posted in People of Satin Moon, Special Events, Techniques and Materials tagged , , , , , , , , , at 10:43 pm by satinmoon

You are invited

to enjoy the spectacular new 2 part

DVD and BOOK   trunk show  by Patchworks Studio Divas

Susan Purney Mark

and Daphne Greig

 Give & Take Appliqué™

is the “no waste” fusing method

that takes advantage of positive/negative design,

and  a fusible like Steam a Seam 2.

It is a ‘two-for-one’ technique with perfect curves

and sharp points , guaranteed.

Daphne and Susan’s DVD shows you the simple steps for fusing,

cutting,  machine appliqué and

decorative stitches  .

Enjoy 2 hours of information and inspiration ,

including a trunk show of 30 of Susan and Daphne’s quilts,

and endless design possibilities  with

EQ7 files and pattern PDFs.

completely different

Give and Take  quilts

are featured in the companion book by Susan and Daphne .

New York Beauty Runner

is the suggested first project  to make .

It is  small  and the best way to learn the Give and Take Appliqué technique.

French Country Danse

is a  bed-size quilt using  the same block design as the table runner, in a slightly larger size.

It  is a great opportunity to use a coordinating collection of fabrics.

Chutes & Ladders 

  happens when a New York Beauty square block is turned into a rectangle.

This contemporary and intriguing asymmetrical block with many colour possibilities.

Grandma’s Pawpaws and Sweet Mixed Pickles

was inspired by a traditional Pickle Dish block,

Daphne first chose  border fabric that she liked, then built a palette of fabric and colours .

The smooth curves and sharp points are  easy to achieve  with Give and Take Appliqué. .

Lupine Rings, a variation of

  Wedding Ring made  easy  with Give and Take Appliqué  is a lovely tradition to  commemorate a special event-

like a spring wedding .

Citrus Salad

uses a  ‘juicy’ colour assortment reminiscent of a traditional Drunkard’s Path block.

Like Susan, try  it in your  favourite colour, choosing values from light to dark .

Still a little unsure ?

Stencils  by Daphne and Susan make it even easier and faster !

Friend Sharon Pederson, another Island  author and designer, will give you even more

applique guidance and inspiration.

 to come into Satin Moon

and find  what happens when you take six classic quilt patterns and create two fusible appliqués with one cut.

This Saturday only Daphne will be here to answer your questions and autograph your books an DVD’s.


Give & Take Fabric Appliqué – 11/14/2011
Reviewer: James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief from Oregon, WI, USA

“Give & Take Fabric Appliqué” presents a fine two-for-one technique that offers hand or machine-friendly appliqué techniques perfect for all kinds of projects – and presents 12 different projects for using them. Patterns can be adapted to numerous patterns, traditional patterns can be used with the fabric appliqué approach, and full-page color photos and patterns make for a collection easy to duplicate. Any beginning quilter or newcomer to appliqué will find this a fine starting place! –James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, Midwest Book Review, California Bookwatch, November 2011.

Give & Take Fabric Appliqué – 10/19/2011
Reviewer: Patti Ives, The Appliqué Society from USA

Authors and quiltmakers Daphne Greig and Susan Purney Mark have been working on their “Give & Take Fabric Appliqué” design concept since 2006. This book is the result of their thinking about traditional quilt patterns, commonly constructed with traditional methods, and wondering how they can make these designs using their “Give & Take” appliqué technique. Give & Take appliqué is a method where patterns are created using fusible web. As you cut out the pattern you find a positive image and a negative image. Both of these images are then used to create the blocks. By combining this two-for-one technique you are able to make tricky shapes super easy to appliqué. The appliqué method of choice is of course machine appliqué and you are encouraged to use the decorative stitches on your machine. You will find a comprehensive section on fabrics, tools, materials and techniques. Start small with the table runner project and before you know it you will be creating quilts using long-time favorite block patterns such as New York Beauty, Double Wedding Ring and Pickle Dish with ease. Many of the 12 different projects in this book are fat quarter friendly and all result in spectacular finished pieces

Give & Take Fabric Appliqué is a beautiful how-to book that belongs in every ser – 10/19/2011
Reviewer: James A. Cox, Midwest Book Review from Oregon, WI, USA

“Give & Take Fabric Appliqué” is a sampler quilter’s workbook about using a new technique called Give And Take Appliqué. Using fusible web and a Teflon appliqué pressing sheet, along with an assortment of preferred fabrics, the quilter is taken step-by-step through the process of choosing design and fabrics, cutting pressing and stitching. The first two chapters deal with fabric fundamentals and tools and technique. Complete patterns for tracing appliqués are enclosed for a variety of beautiful appliqué projects. This book contains a plethora of creative appliqué quilted projects that can be tackled at the reader’s choice or discretion. Stunning full-color photos, clear concise instructions make the projects accessible to the aspiring, determined quilter. James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, The Midwest Book Review, Wisconsin Bookwatch, October 2011, The Needlecraft Shelf.

Waste Not, Want Not – 09/06/2011
Reviewer: Anonymous from Marietta, GA

Such a fun technique. I am always up for trying something new yet often it takes too long to do it perfectly. This fun technique brings fairly instant gratification. The play of positive and negative gives a graphic dimension that makes even the least talented at choosing fabrics successful. Try it!

Give & Take Fabric Applique – 08/02/2011
Reviewer: Vivian Benton from Pittsburgh

I had the opportunity to take a class from Daphne Greig and Susan Purney Mark at Quilt Market a few years ago where they taught this technique. I love the fact that there’s no waste—what you take from one block, you give to another. So I’m happy to see a book dedicated to this technique. Originally based on the New York Beauty style quilt, they have expanded to designs using the Double Wedding Ring and Pickle Dish! And you can certainly adapt the projects in the book to other patterns. Nice book!


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