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Nancy Scott has two generations of quilting in her heritage. She owns Masterpiece Quilting and her business includes longarm quilting services using both computerized and free-motion patterns, custom-made quilts, show quilts and pattern design. Full bio »

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Create an easy yet beautiful three-color quilt with the chain-link design. It looks like an optical illusion! Join quilting expert Nancy Scott for this Learn, Make, Create! episode to learn how to choose the right balance of light, dark and medium fabrics for the most stunning effect. The pattern features 3 easy pieced blocks and setting triangles that come together to create a unique design reminiscent of a chain-link fence.

In this episode Nancy also demonstrates some important quilting concepts such as working with setting triangles with a biased edge, how to strengthen a bias edge so it isnít stretchy, pressing seams so they nest and reduce bulk, lining up the blocks row by row to create the gorgeous design and troubleshooting common issues so you have straight lines and perfect points.

To add the pattern to your Annie's Creative Studio pattern library or to download it to your device, click on the patterns tab above.
  • 1 5/8 yards brown
  • 2 1/3 yards cream
  • 2 5/8 yards teal dot
  • Batting to size
  • Backing to size
  • Thread
  • Basic sewing tools and supplies
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Meet The Expert
Nancy Scott has two generations of quilting in her heritage. She owns Masterpiece Quilting and her business includes longarm quilting services using both computerized and free-motion patterns, custom-made quilts, show quilts and pattern design. Full bio »

View other episodes by Nancy Scott »
Create an easy yet beautiful three-color quilt with the chain-link design. It looks like an optical illusion! Join quilting expert Nancy Scott for this Learn, Make, Create! episode to learn how to choose the right balance of light, dark and medium fabrics for the most stunning effect. The pattern features 3 easy pieced blocks and setting triangles that come together to create a unique design reminiscent of a chain-link fence.

In this episode Nancy also demonstrates some important quilting concepts such as working with setting triangles with a biased edge, how to strengthen a bias edge so it isnít stretchy, pressing seams so they nest and reduce bulk, lining up the blocks row by row to create the gorgeous design and troubleshooting common issues so you have straight lines and perfect points.

To add the pattern to your Annie's Creative Studio pattern library or to download it to your device, click on the patterns tab above.
  • 1 5/8 yards brown
  • 2 1/3 yards cream
  • 2 5/8 yards teal dot
  • Batting to size
  • Backing to size
  • Thread
  • Basic sewing tools and supplies