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Hello dear friends. If you don’t have a sewing machine or you like to sew manually in front of the TV Or take needlework on the road, then this video is for you. Today we will sew blocks manually Closed cut So that you can then collect the blanket also by hand. It is possible without using a machine at all. Take a square, fold it in half face to face and sew on both sides You can manually on a typewriter. I am now asking for a typewriter to speed up the process So I sewed on both sides and now I open our blank And now we get such a small square Now we twist it Well, almost done. Now we take the filler. I have the remains of a synthetic winterizer with a thermo-stitch But you can take a regular synthetic winterizer or any other filler that you want to use, Cut it to the size of your future square Insert inside, straighten corners Now, it remains to bend the corners I’ll pin it with a pin so that the little corner doesn’t bloom This square will be 10 by 10 centimeters in size. Later I will show you the calculations of how you can calculate. So connect the central seam to match. I make from Russian cotton, of course not the best choice he stretches all in all directions, very soft and loose. But suddenly you have some kind of fabric residues, it’s not necessary to use special fabrics for the patchwork It is possible and so, in principle, it turns out pretty well You just need to put a little more effort, because the whole fabric “plays” and stretches When you formed the corners and laid at launches take a needle hiding a nodule and stitch with a secret stitch our seam I will not completely flash now, so as not to waste your time but I think you understand the meaning here we’ve got such a small square Now I’ll show you how I did the calculations in the center, our future 10 by 10 box is dotted then from each corner I draw a line at an angle of 45 degrees And it turns out our blank, from which we will sew it all. I got 14, 2cm + 2 centimeters of allowance Total 16.2 cm I took a square from which this small square 10 * 10 cm now to make a two-color square like that we take a square of two stripes Sew. And then we act in the same way as in the first case for the hourglass block we take 4 boxes do the same thing And the most difficult option is our “spinner” since there are many seams in the center and it’s not very convenient to sew manually Note! That on the workpiece we have a “spinner” going counterclockwise, and after we wrap the edges, we get a clockwise “pinwheel” Now for those who love difficulties. Rectangle. Here I have already made such a “rectangle of triangles” You can take absolutely any rectangle as a basis narrow and long Wider what your soul wants And draw lines in the same way If you need such a rectangle then do also of two bands I cut such a blank for a rectangle with a side of 10 centimeters I took a rhombus first cut off the strip 19.2 centimeters I did and cut out a rhombus from her with an angle of 60 degrees here marked so then we will have a rectangle then to make it easier for you everything is exactly the same as in the first case the only thing here is a little more complicated because you need to sew obliquely this corner is better to cut like this then here with us, when you combine the edges everything will fit perfectly look here on the one and the other allowance too centimeter shorten on both sides Or sew manual Here we have such an envelope now we are deploying it and here it is our rectangle now we twist it here of course more complicated than with a square all diagonally corners are also harder to wrap here I noted the middle it’s convenient because so that later it is easier to level it now take the filler put it inside Now we lay, again, the corners bend the allowance. we also have to converge in the center if you put it right I try to bend allowances in different directions to get a lock too and there were no allowances on one side to not get a thickening here we have such a cute rectangle pin off now you can sew it also a secret seam size matched a square 10 * 10 cm and the side of the rectangle is also 10 centimeters I collected this rectangle before dimensions are freely taken here I can’t even say what a rhombus was Now for those who love generally very interesting. This is our triangle with a closed slice this is how it looks ready-made what is the most interesting the inside of the triangle is much prettier than the face why because three sides when converge it turns out something like a kaleidoscope very interesting effect if fabric with ornament Well, I took just such a cloth this effect will not work here take the strip width it should be the size of our hexagon hexagon fold it in half here we will have a fold line and now so that we get a hexagon we need to cut at 60 degrees so I already made a blank cut off 60 degrees on one side and on the other it turns out such a trapeze all sides must be the same length here for a triangle 10 * 10 centimeters seam allowance 1 centimeter I got the side of 7 centimeters from all sides we have 7 centimeters means everything will be exactly I have already sewn one side deploy that’s how we will then sew up our edges but since the corners here are very thin it will be hard to fold the corner almost unrealistic best to take and sew inside out here in these places a few centimeters so add up on the one and on the other hand we sew here I sewed here a couple of centimeters can now be twisted first, perhaps, I will cut the corners as so big at launch will get in the way now I turn fingers fit poorly now I won’t take my magic wand this hair stick very comfortably, since she’s not very sharp, she does not pierce the fabric but also thin enough to climb into the corner also sometimes use sushi sticks straighten corners allowance immediately ironed to make me comfortable the middle fits perfectly our corner clearly hits the center take filler cut it out in advance with a side of 10 centimeters but something he is great cut a couple of millimeters basically a filler, if it is as hard as mine better to take a couple of millimeters less because it goes anyway as if shrinkage, due to the fact that the fabric so that we don’t get puffed up better crop but if you have a soft sintepon ordinary, without any padding then it’s okay if he will be more will only be magnificent Look how the middle came together the corner directly hits the seam By the way, oddly enough, it turns out to make a triangle easier than a rhombus I pin with a pin, today I’m not stitching anything look what we got everything should have been with a side of 10 centimeters what happened in the end as a result, our triangles turned out a little less apparently due to thin angles there is an error rhombus with a square exactly 10 centimeters A triangle 9.5 cm Now I will show you closer I think it’s worth initially making a pattern somewhere half a centimeter more if you want to combine different parts if you are going to sew from one part for example, all of the triangles the main thing take you initially same size hexagons and then you will succeed the same now we can take our parts which we did And we simply sew through the top manually And so we can pack a whole blanket or bedspread if you liked this video and you want to know more interesting subscribe to my channel put your fingers up and we’ll see you again Until