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Thread: A request for an easy Bargello pattern

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    Super Member QultingaddictUK's Avatar
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    A request for an easy Bargello pattern

    Hello ladies, I have never made a Bargello quilt and my pupils would like to have a go at one, does anyone know of an easy starter pattern, not too large, pretty please.

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    There really isn't much online you might be better off buying a book
    this one has some beuatiful ones in it from ones that look small to quite large looking ones
    http://www.shopmartingale.com/twist-...roducts_id=999
    you do get more movement on the larger patterns, but the small ones will give you an idea on how they go together.
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    Twist and Turn Bargellos by Eileen Wright has several small projects for beginners. They are in the second part of the book and they range in size from a wall hanging to a placemat. I have the book and I think it is a must have for those of us who always wanted to make a Bargello but were afraid of screwing it up. Bargellos are actually quite simple once you Read the instructions. Little did I know that I used Bargello cutting and piecing technique my whole life without even knowing it. Good luck!

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    The heart bargello I made was easy, tops can be done in a few days- week depending on how often you work on it. The hardest part is the center, but the top and bottom are super easy. I think it is definitely a beginner pattern, you just have to stay organized. its easier to do it by separating each part( top, bottom center) into 5 sections, just go to my started threads and i think I gave the information in one if not you can pm me and I will give you the designer's email because she doesn't sell her pattern on her site, but she is an excellent teacher and I am sure you can email her directly for her pattern

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    www.quiltville.com has a great scrappy bargello pattern that is easy to understand and looks beautiful when finished.

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    pretty much all bargello's are easy- they are strips sewn together- cut into strips and arranged- pick up a bargello book like the one Woody recommended. there are a number of books out there. the key to a bargello is a design wall- so as you cut the pieced strips you can hang them side by side, moving them up & down to achieve the pattern you find pleasing. there are a number of bargello table runner patterns for smaller projects.
    if you & your students can cut accurate strips & sew a 1/4" seam bargello's are beginner friendly patterns.
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    I saved this pattern quite a while ago from the Timeless Treasures web site. I'll try to attach it here for you.
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