These quilts look very difficult to create, but in reality they are not. The quilts are made in small strips using our folded fabric technique. We used letters stitched onto the stabilizer to represent where each piece of fabric should be placed. The strips are created in a unique way, with multiple strips being created in your embroidery hoop at the same time. They are then sorted and stitched together into a Bargello quilt pattern. Since the strips all look relatively the same when they are stitched, how do you keep track of them all? To solve this problem, each block has stitched numbers in the seam allowance so it is easy to keep track of which piece goes where. The included fabric map for each quilt demonstrates how they are stitched together. It doesn’t get any easier than this! We will demonstrate how to do this step-by-step in the following pages.