Cross stitch comforter

Cross stitch comforter DEFAULT

Touch of Class

Simply stunning, the intriguing Cross Stitch Quilt Set catches your eye. This polyester bedding ensemble, from Brielle Home(R), has a cross stitch pattern in a solid color on a white background. The Quilt Set includes a quilt, sham(s), and a 16" square pillow sham. The quilt has stitching, bound ends, and a white backing; fill is cotton/polyester. The sham(s) mimics the quilt and has bound ends and a French back closure(s). The tailored square pillow sham has a zipper closure and requires your pillow form. Machine washable. Imported.

Please note: This item is a quilt and will not reach to the floor as shown. We recommend measuring your bed before purchasing the quilt to see how it will fit.

• From Brielle Home(R)
• Specify Coral, Gold, Red, Silver, or Teal
• Choose Twin, Full/Queen, or King
• Intricate cross stitch pattern on white
• Machine washable bedding
• Quilt Set includes quilt, sham(s), and square pillow sham

Direct Ship from manufacturer. Available date is the expected ship date if you order today. Direct Ship items cannot be Express Shipped.

The Cross Stitch Quilt Set is polyester. Fill is cotton/polyester. Imported.

Machine wash with cold water on the gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry on low; remove promptly. Cool iron as needed.

Twin is 68"x86".
Full/Queen is 90"x90".
King is 104"x90".

Square pillow sham is 16".

We recommend using the Laura Ashley Bedskirt in White (R050-001) and the Hem Stitch Sheets in White (B076) with this bedding.

This item is shipped to you directly from our manufacturer. The

Sours: https://www.touchofclass.com/cross-stitch-quilt-set/p/AV74-001/

X Stitch Comforter & Sham Set - Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia

Specifications

Piece 1: Comforter: 88 Inches (L) x 68 Inches (W), Quantity 1


Piece 2: Pillow Sham: 26 Inches (L) x 20 Inches (W), Quantity 1


Closure Type: Pillow Sham: 6" Inner Envelope


Fill Material: 100% Polyester


Textile Material: 98% Cotton, 2% Spandex


Style: Comforter Bedding Sets


Backing Material: 100% Cotton


Includes: Comforter, 1 Sham


Textile construction: Seersucker


Fabric Weight Type: Year Round Fabric Construction


Care and Cleaning: Machine Wash & Tumble Dry


TCIN: 76550518


UPC: 191908029283


Item Number (DPCI): 324-02-8824


Origin: Imported


Description

Adorn your bed with the casual elegance and lasting comfort of the X Stitch Comforter and Sham Set from Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia. Boasting a classic seersucker texture and accented with an embroidered "X" design, this decorative bedding set includes a soft-filled comforter with a 100% cotton backing and coordinating pillow sham or shams. Add matching bed sheets to complete the look of your bedroom.

Celebrate the everyday with Hearth & Hand — created exclusively for Target in collaboration with Magnolia, a home and lifestyle brand by Chip & Joanna Gaines. Built upon our shared commitment to giving back to our communities, these pieces reveal the beauty of everyday moments shared with family and friends.

Sours: https://www.target.com/p/x-stitch-comforter-sham-set-hearth-hand-with-magnolia/-/A-77332854
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Assembling Cross-Stitch Quilt Blocks

By Jan Burch

Cross-stitch embroidery creates a charming embellishment for clothing and home accessories.

The challenge when assembling cross-stitch quilt blocks is to highlight the designs while making a distinction between the blocks, which you usually embroider on similar background fabric. The solution is to separate the blocks with narrow bands of a contrasting fabric, called sashing. Choose sashing fabric in a solid color that complements the cross-stitch designs. The finished quilt top shows off the cross-stitch blocks with an attractive framed effect.

Press the cross-stitched quilt blocks face-down on a folded towel on top of an ironing board. Pressing on top of the towel will keep the embroidery stitches from flattening.

Stack and measure the quilt blocks to check that they're all the same size. Using a quilting ruler, rotary cutter and mat, trim the blocks as needed to ensure that the corners are square, and the heights and widths are identical.

Lay the blocks out in rows on a flat surface, such a bed, floor or design wall. A typical arrangement with 20 blocks might be four blocks wide by five blocks high, or five rows of four blocks each. If the blocks have different designs, move them around until you're pleased with the arrangement.

Cut vertical sashing strips, each as long as the height of the arranged blocks. The width of the strips should equal your desired sashing width plus 1/2 inch. For example, if you want 2-inch-wide sashing, cut the strips 2 1/2 inches wide. For each row, you will need one less strip than the number of blocks in the row. For example, use three strips for a four-block row. For a quilt with five rows of four blocks each, you will need a total of 15 vertical strips.

Pin the long edge of a sashing strip to the inside edge of the first block in the first row, right sides together. Sew a 1/4-inch seam along this edge, and press the seam open. Pin the second edge of the strip to the next block; stitch a 1/4-inch seam, and press open. Repeat to join the blocks of the first row, and then repeat to join the blocks in all of the rows.

Cut horizontal sashing strips equal to length of the joined rows of blocks. The number of strips you will need equals one less than the number of rows. For example, use four strips for five rows of blocks.

Pin a long edge of one strip to the bottom edge of the first row, right sides facing. Stitch a 1/4-inch seam, and press the seam open. Pin the remaining long edge of the strip to the top edge of the second row of blocks. Take care to align the rows so that the vertical seams match precisely. Stitch a horizontal 1/4-inch seam and press open. Repeat until all the rows are joined.

Cut two sashing strips equal to the vertical height of the joined rows. Pin the strips to the outer vertical edges of the block panel, right sides facing. Stitch 1/4-inch seams and press open. Cut two more strips equal to the width of the block panel, including the outer sashing strips. Pin the strips to the top and bottom edges of the panel, right sides facing. Stitch 1/4-inch seams and press the seams open.

References

Resources

Tips

  • Spread a flat sheet on top of a bed or the floor to make a clean surface for laying out the blocks. If you need to interrupt the work before all of the blocks are joined, you can roll up the sheet and remaining blocks to store them.
  • If you don't have a rotary cutter and mat, draw the sashing strips with a washable fabric marker and cut with scissors.
  • After the all the blocks and sashing strips are joined, you can add borders in the same way as the outer sashing strips. Borders can be 2 to 5 times as wide as the sashing strips, and can use printed fabrics to complement the design of the quilt.
  • Complete the quilt with batting, backing and stitching -- the same as for any other quilt. Quilting stitches should be simple so they don't detract from the cross-stitch designs. For example, stitch around the blocks 1/4 -inch from the sashing. Quilting patterns can be used in the borders, if desired.

Writer Bio

Jan Burch has written about home, garden, wellness and other topics since 1992. Her articles have appeared in ByLine, Living Natural and New Mexico Woman. Based in Albuquerque, Burch is a Feng Shui consultant and Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner. A life-long crafting enthusiast, she holds a master's degree from the University of California.

Sours: https://homeguides.sfgate.com/assembling-crossstitch-quilt-blocks-103154.html
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Levtex Home - Cross Stitch Quilt Set - 100% Cotton - Twin Quilt (68x86in.) + 1 Standard Shams (26x20in.) - Light Grey

cross stitch quilt pre washed cotton levtex home annie selke

Get in bed and relax in the natural feeling of Cotton. The cotton quilt has a rich and beautiful history. We love the feel of the pre washed quilt, its stories of the past and its use of printed and dyed fabrics, quilted to produce soft, lightweight heirlooms that hail from generations past. We borrow from our past to create new and vibrant designs that will stand the test of time. Cotton is a soft and breathable natural fiber, making it perfect for quilts and sleep. It keeps the body cool in summer and warm in winter because it is a good conductor of heat. It is non-allergenic and breathes better that synthetic fabrics.

Sours: https://www.amazon.com/Cross-Stitch-Light-Cotton-Quilt/dp/B0789WM234

Comforter cross stitch

Cross-Stitch Quilt Block Pillow Tutorial by Heidi Staples of Fabric Mutt

I have a million memories from my childhood of watching my mother with a piece of cross stitch in her hands. Her handmade pictures were all over our house, and I remember sitting at the breakfast table when I was a little girl, studying them thoughtfully while I ate my cereal in the mornings. Those same pictures are now hanging in our breakfast nook where my daughters start the day, such a wonderful way to carry on that legacy.

For a long time now, I've been wanting to do a cross stitch quilt block, and when I was working on my book proposal last year, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to try it. The quilt blocks in this pillow look like a row of patchwork cross stitches to me, and I love that they remind me of my mother every time I see them. 

Incidentally, I've decided that all the projects and information that I share with you here on the blog that would have gone into that next book are going to be tagged under the label "Carnival of Patchwork." Hopefully that will help you find it in the search box on the left if you're looking for anything from this series!

Cross-Stitch Quilt Block Pillow Tutorial by Heidi Staples of Fabric Mutt

This little block is so much fun to sew, and I love that it looks great in every project where I've used it. My first pattern was the patchwork pillow at the top of this post which I hand quilted. I love this one so much that it sits in a place of honor on my bed where I can look at it every day.


Cross-Stitch Quilt Block Tutorial by Heidi Staples of Fabric Mutt

My next attempt was a zipper pouch that I made in shades of pink, yellow, aqua, and white. It's interesting to me how the look of the block changes without the sashing strips in between. I honestly can't decide which style I like better at this point.

Cross-Stitch Quilt Block Tutorial by Heidi Staples of Fabric Mutt

And just to show that I could make something using only one block, I turned this one into a little pincushion. I didn't actually plan for the H to land at the top, but I think it was meant to be!



Cross-Stitch Quilt Block Tutorial by Heidi Staples of Fabric Mutt

Those numbers running along the lower edge are so much fun. I added 1" borders to the block and then finished it using the directions for my Tagalong Pincushion pattern in Patchwork USA. Feel free to do the same!

I wanted to share the tutorial with you so that you can play with this block in any number of projects that you can dream up. Here's how you make one...

Cross-Stitch Quilt Block

Finished size: 2" x 2"

From a 5" square of a colored print, cut:

(1) rectangle, 1 1/4" x 3 3/4" (A)

(2) rectangles, 1 1/4" x 1 3/4" (B)

From a 5" square of low volume print, cut:

(4) squares, 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" (C)

Cross-Stitch Quilt Block Pillow Tutorial by Heidi Staples of Fabric Mutt

1. Arrange the pieces for a single block as shown. Sew the C squares to either side of the B rectangles (the B rectangle will extend slightly beyond the C squares). Press seams open.

2. Center a B/C unit on one long side of the A rectangle and sew in place (the A rectangle will extend slightly beyond the B/C unit). Repeat on the other side of the A rectangle with the other B/C unit. Press seams open.

3. Using a ruler and rotary cutter, rotate the block so that it forms an X shape. Centering the block, carefully trim to a 2 1/2” x 2 1/2” square.

I know that some of you can take those directions and run with them all over the place, but if you're looking for set of directions for a finished project, here are the instructions for the Cross Stitch Patchwork Pillow.



Cross-Stitch Patchwork Pillow

Finished size: 12" x 16"

From (24) 5’’ squares of colored prints, cut from each print:

- (1) rectangle, 1 1/4” x 3 3/4’’ (A) 

- (2) rectangles, 1 1/4” x 1 3/4’’ (B)

From (24) 5’’ squares of low volume prints, cut from each print:

- (4) squares, 1 1/2’’ x 1 1/2’’ (C)

From 1/3 yard white solid, cut…

- (16) rectangles, 1’’ x 2 1/2’’ (D)

- (3) rectangles, 12 1/2’’ x 1’’ (E)

- (2) rectangles, 2 1/2’’ x 10’’ (F)

- (2) rectangles, 16 1/2’’ x 1 3/4’’ (G)

From 1/2 yard batting, cut:

- (1) rectangle, 18’’ x 15’’ (H)

From 1/2 yard muslin, cut:

- (1) rectangle, 18’’ x 15’’ (I)

From 1/2 yard red gingham, cut 2 rectangles, 13’’ x 12 1/2’’ (J)

Additional Supplies: matching thread, binding clips, chopstick/turning tool

1. Sort the pieces for each block into 24 stacks. Each stack should include 1 A rectangle and 2 B rectangles from a single colored print and 4 C squares from a single low volume print.

2. Arrange the pieces for a single block as shown in the quilt block diagram above. Sew the C squares to either side of the B rectangles (the B rectangle will extend slightly beyond the C squares). Press seams open.

3. Center a B/C unit on one long side of the A rectangle and sew in place (the A rectangle will extend slightly beyond the B/C unit). Repeat on the other side of the A rectangle with the other B/C unit. Press seams open.

4. Using a ruler and rotary cutter, rotate the block so that it forms an X shape. Centering the block, carefully trim to a 2 1/2” x 2 1/2” square.

5. Repeat steps 2-4 with the pieces for the remaining 23 blocks. 

Cross-Stitch Quilt Block Pillow Tutorial by Heidi Staples of Fabric Mutt

6. Arrange the quilt blocks, D rectangles, and E rectangles as shown above. Sew the blocks and D pieces together in rows. Then sew the rows and E pieces together to form the pillow top.

7. Sew the F rectangles to the right and left edges of the pillow top. Sew the G rectangles to the upper and lower edges. 

8. Stack in this order from bottom to top: I rectangle, H rectangle, pillow top (right side up). Use adhesive basting spray to fuse them together and quilt as desired.

9. Fold a 12 1/2’’ end of an J piece under (toward the wrong side) approximately 3/8’’ twice. Topstitch 1/4’’ from the fold. Repeat with the other J piece.


Cross-Stitch Quilt Block Pillow Tutorial by Heidi Staples of Fabric Mutt

10. Finish the pillow by placing the each of the backing pieces from step 9 right sides together with the pillow top. The hemmed edges should point toward the center, overlapping each other, and the opposite raw edges should line up with the shorter right and left sides of the pillow top. (See the directions for the Road Trip Pillow on page 44 in my book Patchwork USA if you need to see diagrams that explain this more thoroughly.) Hold them together with binding clips, and then sew all around the outside edge. Trim the corners, turn the pillow cover right side out, gently push out the corners with a chopstick, and press.

Cross-Stitch Quilt Block Tutorial by Heidi Staples of Fabric Mutt

If you make one of these, be sure to tag it #fabricmuttcrossstitchblock or #crossstitchpatchworkpillow and tag me @fabricmutt. I'm hoping at some point to start on a quilt with this pattern -- maybe making the blocks twice as big so it won't take me quite as long to finish. We'll see...

Have fun!

Sours: http://fabricmutt.blogspot.com/2020/03/cross-stitch-quilt-block-pillow.html
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