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patchwork quilt bedding set
1) 100% Cotton
2) 2 X 2 and 3 X 3 patches
3) more than 5000 design in running
1) Product Photo
2) Product Description:
Product : Patchwork Fabric
Material: 100 % Cotton
Size : 1*1 , 2*2 , 3*3 patches ., Width – 43/44”
Features : Best quality eco friendly, bio-degradable, natural
3) Size and measurements
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Size Range : 1*1 to 3*3 or as desired by buyer
Custom size making facility, any size and design can be made available
Special dying and packaging facility
There might be some change in master packing , but form and size remains the same
4) Product Detail
Patchworkor "pieced work" is a form of needleworkthat involves sewing together pieces of fabricinto a larger design. The larger design is usually based on repeat patterns built up with different fabric shapes (which can be different colors). These shapes are carefully measured and cut, basic geometric shapesmaking them easy to piece together. Precise joining by the most part with a quarter inch foot makes for a patchwork that lies flat without puckers
5) Making of Patchwork Fabric
In the past, hand quilting was often done in a group around a frame. Instead of quilting, the layers are sometimes tied together at regular intervals with pieces of yarn, a practice known as tying or knotting, and which produces a "comforter".
In India stitching blanket using different small pieces of cloth is an art. It is popularly known as Kaudhi in Karnataka. Such blankets are given as gifts to new born babies in some parts of Karnataka. Also Lambani tribes wear skirts with such art
Patchwork or "pieced work" is a form of needlework that involves sewing together pieces of fabric into a larger design.
The larger design is usually based on repeat patterns built up with different fabric shapes (which can be different colors).
These shapes are carefully measured and cut, basic geometric shapes making them easy to piece together.
Precise joining by the most part with a quarter inch foot makes for a patchwork that lies flat without puckers.
Patchwork is most often used to make quilts, but it can also be used to make bags, wall-hangings, warm jackets, cushion covers, skirts, waistcoats and other items of clothing. Some textile artists work with patchwork, often combining it with embroidery and other forms of stitchery.
When used to make a quilt, this larger patchwork or pieced design becomes the "top" of a three-layered quilt, the middle layer being the batting, and the bottom layer the backing. To keep the batting from shifting, a patchwork or pieced quilt is often quilted by hand or machine using a running stitch in order to outline the individual shapes that make up the pieced top, or the quilting stitches may be random or highly ordered overall patterns that contrast with the patchwork composition.
There are three traditional structures used to construct a patchwork or pieced composition: 1) the block, 2) overall, and 3) strip piecing. Traditional patchwork has identifying names based on the arrangement of colors and shapes.
Patchwork blocks are pieced squares made up of colored shapes that repeat specific shapes to create patterns within the square or block, of, say, light and dark, or contrasting colors (motif (textile arts)). The blocks can all repeat the same pattern, or blocks can have several different patterns. The patchwork blocks are typically around 8–10" square (20cm to 25cm). They are sewn together in stacked rows to make a larger composition. Often strips of contrasting fabric forming a lattice separate the patchwork blocks from each other. Some common patchwork block names are Log Cabin, Drunkard's Path, Bear's Paw, Tulip, and Nine Patch.
A unique form of patchwork quilt is the crazy quilt. Crazy quilting was popular during the Victorian era (mid–late 19th century). The crazy quilt is made up of random shapes of luxurious fabric such as velvets, silks, and brocades and buttons, lace, and other embellishments left over from the gowns they had made for themselves. The patchwork pieces are stitched together forming "crazy" or non-repeat, asymmetric compositions. Fancy embroidery embellishes the seam lines between the individual, pieced shapes. The crazy quilt was a status symbol, as only well-to-do women had a staff to do all the household work, and had the time to sew their crazy quilt. Traditionally, the top was left without lining or batting. Many surviving crazy quilts still have the newspaper and other foundation papers used for piecing.
Overall patchwork designs are incrementally pieced geometric shapes stitched together to form a larger random or composed design. The colored shapes can be randomly pieced or follow a strict order to create a specific effect, e.g. value (light to dark) progressions, or checkerboard effects. Names such as Hit or Miss, Clamshell, back-stitch, needle weave, criss-cross and Starburst identify some overall patchwork structures.
Strip piecing involves stitching together pieces of fabric in repeat patterns into long strips and then stitching the strips together lengthwise. The patchwork strips can be alternated with strips of contrasting colors. A typical strip patchwork quilt is the Flying Geese pattern.
Specialised forms of patchwork include:
Foundation piecework or the closely related
English paper piecework
Hawaiian piecework (primarily applique)
Stained glass window patchwork
6) Advantage of working with us
All size and qualities available
Special discount for bulk buyer
Small buyers invited
Can meet emergency requirement
Small retailer invited , at wholesale rates
Immediate delivery in case of emergency
Custom size manufacturing service available
Special packaging facility as per buyer
International airmail service
Fed-ex , DHL , TNT , UPS
8) Shipping method and shipping time
Express : delivery within a weeks
International airmail : within 2 weeks
Emergency delivery service available, within 3 days
9) Sampling policy
We offer sample for free of cost**
Sample Delivery : within 2 days
No sampling cost for second commercial order and bulk buyers
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