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Arlene Walsh Designs

Hi Neighbor Quilting Fabric Kit and Quilt Pattern, From Arlene Walsh Designs, Southwest Design, Fused Applique

Hi Neighbor Quilting Fabric Kit and Quilt Pattern, From Arlene Walsh Designs, Southwest Design, Fused Applique

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This new collage in the series depicts a colorful lizard and an equally colorful butterfly greeting each other. Collage technique involves small pieces of fabric arranged in a pleasing and fluid unit. This definition does not reflect how much fun the process is.  It's like eating potato chips. As you add fabric you get excited to find the next piece. Unlike most raw edge applique, this process uses a glue product to baste the fabric in place until sewing.  Fast and fun, fun, fun!  

Kit includes all fabrics (as shown on back picture) including backing and binding. 
Kit material will differ from pattern photo - please view back of package for fabric selection.

Additional Supplies Recommended (not included in kit) are:


Steam A Seam 2

Applique Pressing Silicon Sheet

Karen K Buckley Perfect Scissors

Hi Neighbor - 18” x 26”

Whether as a pet in a terrarium, or in the open desert, lizards are lovely colorful creatures that lend themselves to colorful interpretation in fiber. We dare you to make just one, as this lizard and butterfly are simply fast and fun. For more whimsy, add beads and/or other embellishment of your choosing to make a truly one-of-a-kind piece of art.

Create an original fiber art wall-hanging using the detailed patterns and instructions of Arlene Walsh Designs. Employing a variety of appliqué techniques and tools throughout her patterns, Arlene Walsh has translated traditional pen and ink art images to dynamic multi-dimensional wall-hanging quilts and provided you with the information necessary to replicate these striking works of art.

Arlene brings over fifty years of experience in quilt making and design to her patterns. Her personal quilting began to take over when she discovered needle turn appliqué. Soon Arlene was drawing pictures and transforming them into fabric art. In 1994, Arlene Walsh Designs, a quilt pattern company that specialized in Southwest designs, was formed. Arlene has lectured and taught in shops and at guilds across the country.

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