Happy Monday to you all!
Welcome to the final part in our Spring into Summer ’19 series, looking at the items on display in our classroom (part 1 available
here; part 2 available here; part 3 available here).
11 Vinyl Pouches: (pattern available here)
This is the final item on my table to tell you about and will be a Saturday workshop in June.
These cute and practical zippy pouches are great for summer holidays, or just keeping your bits and bobs organised. The handy see-through vinyl means you know exactly which pouch to reach for, and sewing with vinyl isn’t as tricky as you might think.
At the workshop I will be showing some clever ways to sew with vinyl (vinyl available to purchase in class).
There are a few places still available so why not join us for some vinyl fun!
Autumn Boho Quilt: (pattern available here)
70″ x 88″
I know it’s not Autumn here, but it almost will be by the time I’m running this workshop!
With speedy half square triangle construction, this ‘Quilt Top In A Day’ is such a satisfying make. And there are 2 sizes to choose from.
There’s mama boho ……
And baby boho …….
38″ x 48″
This is a great project for using up large scale prints (Mama Boho) or charm squares (Baby Boho).
So why not join us for some quick and satisfying piecing (booking available
Sun, Sea & Sky Quilt: (pattern available here)
60″ x 72″
This quilt originally featured in Quilt Now magazine. The repeating blocks allow you to mix up the colours and fabrics without losing the overall design.
I worked from my aqua blue and teal green scraps for this quilt, representing the sea and sky. The little hits of yellow complete the summer feel of this quilt.
The final quilt on display is our current class project.
Monsoon/Frost Quilt: (pattern available here) Monsoon: 60″ x 60″ Frost: 60″ x 72″ While these look like 2 very different quilts, the construction of the blocks in both quilts are exactly the same.
Clever fabric placement in Monsoon provides the secondary patterns, while Frost facilitates a more scrappy feel.
Both designs are available in the same pattern, and I’m already seeing wonderful results in class (can’t wait to show you at the end of term!).
Thank you for staying with our Spring into Summer ’19 series.
I hope you feel inspired to try something new, summery or even to get some existing projects to the finish line!