In which I show a finished apron (pattern available at Purl Soho), a finished quilt-as-you-go Herringbone quilt (pattern available at Maureen Cracknell Handmade), a couple zipper pouches, a bunch of quilt blocks (including a scrappy x and + block, scrappy log cabins, and a couple Grandmother’s Cross blocks), and a finished quilt top (made of Sunlight and Shadows blocks.
In which I show a finished quilt top, a quilt I’m quilting, a finished pouch, and some quilt blocks, including an amazing new pattern by Jennifer. (The pattern will be available free at Sewhooked.com beginning October 6, 2017.)
The black and crossweave quilt is made using Sew Mama Sew’s Modern Block of the Month from a few years ago.
Here is a tutorial for the quilt as you go Herringbone quilt, though I made mine quite a bit larger.
Also, I forgot to mention it, but another of my birthday fat quarters arrived from Laura! I should have put it in my sewing room so that I’d remember to show what she sent. I’m still waiting on three of them, but I know Vicky’s is en route!
In which I show quilt blocks, new and old, some sheepish wall art, and share some of the Fat Quarters I’ve received from my fellow TTMTers, Jennifer, Julia, Jordan, Rainey, and Susan.
I think I kind of look drunk in this screen shot. Thanks, YouTube!
So there’s no pattern for the cushion cover, you just cut into a piece of fabric, insert a strip, sew it back together, and then do it again from the other side. It’s all made with scraps, except that the border/binding is Kona Fog and the background of the cushion is a Cotton and Steel print that was nearby when I was trying to decide what to back this cushion with. Instructions for quilting the paisley feather motif can be found here.
Anyway, I forgot to mention it, but I have received my Birthday FQ from Jennifer! I haven’t opened it yet, though, because I’m one of those people who makes people wait til their birthday or Christmas or whatever and it’s four more days… Next week if I get another video up, I’ll share.
Oh hey – I still exist! In which I show an improv sewing machine cover-to-be and some quilt blocks.
The Antique Tile blocks are made using Trinket fabric (and some Basics) from Cotton + Steel. The red and white blocks are my three more of my Paper Piecing Vintage blocks.