Beginning Landscape Quilting Part Three | Wisconsin Public Television

Beginning Landscape Quilting Part Three | Wisconsin Public Television

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Splatter Paint, Bead, Satin Stitch | Part 9 Landscape Quilting Tutorial | Fiber Art by ZSA Tutorials - YouTube

Splatter Paint, Bead, Satin Stitch | Part 9 Landscape Quilting Tutorial | Fiber Art by ZSA Tutorials - YouTube

1. Cut out the first tree trunk by cutting off the straight edge of the fabric in a gently curving line. This will effect the bark pattern on the tree to give it a more natural effect.    Notice how the tree is too thick at the top? We need to fix that.

1. Cut out the first tree trunk by cutting off the straight edge of the fabric in a gently curving line. This will effect the bark pattern on the tree to give it a more natural effect. Notice how the tree is too thick at the top? We need to fix that.

1. Cutting off the tops of trees on the bottom portion and use the wrong side of the print for the top.

1. Cutting off the tops of trees on the bottom portion and use the wrong side of the print for the top.

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