It is Valentine’s Day again and the perfect time for a love heart design. I have been working hard on learning to use Illustrator lately. My skills are still very basic but last week I made this design. It is a simple two layered heart design that can be appliquéd on anything you’d like in any colour you’d like. Love hearts don’t have to be red or pink.Read More
Tag: raw edge applique
It is almost Easter and if you have time for some Easter sewing I have a couple of small scrap projects that you will be able to finish in a couple of hours. It is also a lot of fun to play around with what fabrics, colours and thread to use. I have made an easter version of the mug rug that I made a tutorial for a couple of weeks ago. You can find the tutorial and pattern on my tutorials page or here.
On these two I quilted a grid on the diagonal and appliquéd two egg shapes. Read More
Valentine Mug Rug
It is just over a week to Valentines Day and I have finished my Valentine Project.
Quilt Show, Black Dress and Applique
Today I went to the Australasian Quilt Convention (AQC) in Melbourne. I looked at a stunning quilt exhibition of quilts made by some very talented people. It was a lot of people so it was almost hard to move during the middle of the day. I listened to a couple of seminars and looked at a lot of cool and beautiful things. I didn’t do much shopping but I plan to go back on Saturday with my daughter. It will definitely be more shopping then. Read More
More Raw Edge Applique
Hello everyone, I hope you had a nice week.
My last post was about raw edge applique and to continue on that subject I would like to show you a Winding Ways Quilt that I made in 2011 for one of my girls. It’s lucky I put labels on my quilts, I wouldn’t remember otherwise. Read More
Raw Edge Applique
This weekend I had a lovely day at the beach on Saturday and the rest of the time I worked on the applique pillow that I wrote about in my first blog post. The pattern is from Don’t Look Now by Kellie Wulfsohn. It is still work in progress but I have started the applique. Read More