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lundi 29 avril 2019

A - Z : Y = Y-seam

Le cauchemar des quilteurs ! Une couture en Y est nécessaire quand au moins 3 pièces de tissus se rencontrent en une pointe. Ces coutures ont souvent la forme d'un Y, d'où le nom.
The quilters' nightmare! A Y-seam, sometimes called a set-in seam or an inset seam, is necessary when three (or more) pieces of fabric that have angles other than 90 degrees meet at one point. Such seams often form a Y shape, hence the name.

Easy Y-Seam Tutorial

Photo Academy of Quilting

Ces coutures peuvent aussi se faire à la machine.
These Y seam can be sewn by machine too.

Tutorial Today's Quilter

Tuto en français



Mon challenge A to Z / My AtoZ Challenge
A - Z : A = Appliqué
A - Z : B = Binding, Biais de finition
A - Z : C = Celtic, Celtique
A - Z : D = Design
A - Z : E = Embellishment, Embellissement
A - Z : F = FPP, Fondation
A - Z : G = Grain
A - Z : H = Hawaiian quilt
A - Z : I = Iron
A - Z : J = Join
A - Z : K = Knot
A - Z : L = Log Cabin
A - Z : M = Mobilier
A - Z : N = Notions, et Notre-Dame...
A - Z : O = Organization
A - Z : P = Pincushions, Pique-épingles
A - Z : Q = Quilt
A - Z : R = Rulers, Règles
A - Z : S = Stash, Stock
A - Z : T = Tifaifai
A - Z : U = UFO
A - Z : V = Value, Valeur
A - Z : W = Wool appliqué
A - Z : X = X & +


Linking up with A to Z Challenge / Show and Tell Monday / BOMs Away / Monday Making / Design Wall Monday / Modern Patch Monday / Moving it Forward / What I made Monday

16 commentaires:

  1. The Y seam! exactly what I am working on - so many say you can not do Hexies by machine but if you take your time it works out fine!

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  2. That looks more complicated than what I have done with a sewing machine... :D

    The Multicolored Diary

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    1. Yes it looks complicated, but with tutorials, it's easier ;) Still tricky the first time ;P

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  3. I haven't tackled Y-seams much! Maybe someday. Thanks for linking up to What I Made Monday.

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  4. I remember when Y seams were horrible monsters I hated the very thought of. :) It's funny now, because I have zero problem with them, either by hand or at the machine. I did a king size quilt that had tons of Y seams, and about 1/3 of the way through that, they suddenly clicked so they're a breeze. I'm still waiting for a few quilting techniques to do that same "click" for me. . . :D

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    1. I do too ;))
      Thanks for visiting, and happy quilting !

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  5. Thanks for popping back to my Blog it was good of you to do so (so . . sew . . . .Ho Ho Ho) OK that was a rubbish Joke, but we are fast approaching the end of the A to Z.

    Rob Z Tobor

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    1. That's the fun part of the Challenge, visiting blogs ;) And yours is eccentricly cool!

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  6. Oh, I see what you mean. Those would be tricky.

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  7. Hmm, never realized there was a name for that.

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    1. Not a difficult one ;) Sometimes it's just easier to name things, sounds like we tamed them ;P

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  8. I did hand-sew one tumbling blocks quilt, but in general I avoid Y-seams like the plague!
    Black and White: Y is for Ypotryll

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    1. In quilting, there is always a way to avoid things we don't want to do ;)

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  9. Y seams are soooo hard! Angles are hard for me, especially trying to make them lay flat, even when ironed!

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  10. Oh yes!! You've found me (and everyone else) a tutorial! Much appreciated :) This is why one should go back and check if they've missed any A to Z posts lol
    Stephanie Finnell
    @randallbychance from
    Katy Trail Creations

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  11. pas toujours facile mais cela permet des blocs plus originaux!

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