Apple Core 2 inch

(5 customer reviews)

US$25.00

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Print on fabric for better results than with Apple Core 2 inch acrylic templates.

Sew by hand or machine or a combination of both (hybrid) with stitching lines and matching marks printed on the fabric.

ISBN: 978-0-9810994-1-5 SKU: APPLE2 Listed under: , , ,

Description

Apple Core 2 inch is a classic traditional design. Printing the stitching lines and matching marks on fabric with Inklingo makes it easier to sew the curves than with Apple Core acrylic templates.

PDF DOWNLOAD – SHAPES + INSTRUCTIONS 8.6 MB
System Requirements – Windows or Mac with Adobe Reader (not a phone or tablet) and any ordinary color Inkjet printer or all-in-one.

You can have all of the usual advantages of Inklingo—faster preparation, no measuring, no templates, perfect straight grain, precision corners, efficient use of fabric, exciting designs.

templates for Apple Core 2 inch

This PDF includes the whole shape, both halves, quarters and a bonus circle.

Features of the Apple Core 2 inch Shape Collection (PDF)

  • shapes to print on fabric plus the partial shapes and a bonus circle
  • diagrams showing how much fabric you need
  • shapes without seam allowances to print on freezer paper (just in case you want templates)

& More Good Things about Apple Core 2 inch

  • use a rotary cutter or scissors
  • quarter and half shapes for traight edges and border designs
  • instructions for hand and machine piecing curves
  • 2 patterns for place mats included
  • patterns for finger pincushion, toothpick stiletto, needle case
  • whole Apple Core fits on 2.5 inch wide strips (Jelly Rolls)
  • precision corners and matching marks to make the sewing easier
  • instructions for pressing
  • wonderful opportunities for using stripes and border fabrics
  • use the method you enjoy—all by hand or a combination of hand and machine (hybrid)
  • Beyer 433-10 lists other names for this shape
  • useful for beautiful border designs

sew Apple Core quilt by hand or machine

You can use a rotary cutter to cut several layers at a time (fast) or use scissors (portable). Just cut on the lines. Sew by hand or by machine or a combination of both (hybrid).

4-patch quilt fussy

Print identical sheets of fabric for Inklingo No Waste Fussy Cutting. It is similar to Stack n Whack™ and One Block Wonder methods but without templates.

Print quilt shapes on fabric with Inklingo

See Why I don’t sell acrylic templates on the blog.

Love the lines. Quilt more!

Video How to Rotary Cut Curves


Video How to Rotary Cut Curves

rotary cut clamshell shapes for quilts

At least some of the cutting can be done with a rotary cutter (red lines above).

Rotary Cut Clamshell without templates

Video how to sew curves

This technique works for any curvy shapes like Apple Core, Clamshell, Cleopatra’s Fan, Double Wedding Ring, Drunkard’s Path, Joseph’s Coat and all of the others on the Main Shapes with Curves Page on the website.

5 reviews for Apple Core 2 inch

  1. Beverly P (verified owner)

    I would not even try doing all of these curves without Inklingo. No more marking fabric around templates by hand or having to carefully cut around a acrylic template (and then having to add match point markings). Just print and cut them out — so time saving and much more accurate.

  2. Fiona P in Mount Waverley (verified owner)

    I wouldn’t have even looked at creating a quilt like this without Inklingo! Makes sewing all those curves and matching points a pleasure.

  3. Missy (verified owner)

    Easy Easy piecing, hand OR machine! All the lines and match points are already here when you print with your ordinary ink-jet printer on the back of the fabric (backed with freezer paper for stiffness). These can be easily cut out with your rotary cutter as well.

    Who needs that expensive GO cutter? It doesn’t have sewing lines anyway!

  4. Bruce (verified owner)

    When I was a kid a long time ago I remember sleeping under an apple core quilt that my grandmother had made. When I saw this Inklingo version I just had to have it. And with the apple core swap we had a while back I was able to acquire enough cores to make a nice size charm quilt. People who Inklingo are the nicest people around.

  5. Joan (verified owner)

    Great for piecing curves – makes me feel like a ‘real’ quilter with perfect quarter inch seams. Used it for my Eve’s Apron original design.

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