A border of pale-green appliques dresses up sheer linen curtains without blocking the sunshine. The botanical motif evokes the foliage inside and out, and the cutouts' positioning can be adjusted to suit any panel size. This fabulous tutorial is from Martha Stewart…
- Lightweight fabric (we used Indian cotton voile in green, from B&J Fabrics)
- Handkerchief linen (we used Soft Emerald, from Gray Linens Linen)
- Fusible webbing with paper backing, Steam-A-Seam 2 Lite (#5324), by the Warm Co., from Backdoor Quilt Shoppe
- Ginger-flower template
Step 2 Lay 1 square of webbing, paper side up, on each fabric square. Iron to fuse, following webbing manufacturer's directions.
Step 3 Fold each fused square, following our preparing appliques how-to, using the ginger-flower template.
Step 4 Cut out motifs as directed. Unfold them. Cut 2 motifs in half along diagonal.
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