SPINNING PINWHEELS by Wendy Sheppard: Paper foundation piecing makes it easier to assemble blocks with odd angles and unusual shapes. If you haven’t tried it yet, go ahead! It’s fun, and you’ll be pleased with the results. This quilt features 1930s prints arranged in unusual shapes and our pattern includes full-sized patterns. This would make a beautiful wedding or engagement gift for someone you love!
In this video tutorial, Angela Huffman, APQS dealer and educator, shares a fun filler design called the Honeysucker Filler. It features straight lines and circles with some pointed leaf shapes behind it. It works really well as a filler behind some applique. By increasing its size you could also use it as an all over edge-to-edge design.
Duchess Coat.Exquisite princess skirt cut,longer at the back and has a bubble shaped hemline with rosette shaped applique details. The large collar with frilled trim can be folded down or worn up to give that elegant Victorian feel. It features a hidden front zip with slit pockets on both sides and the back ribbon corseting cinches the waist. Extra waist tie bow with lavish cuffs for extra glamour, while inner flannel lining keeps you warm.The micro fibre fabric is semi-water resistant. £95
Girls denim shirt by Desigual. Made in soft cotton denim with an ombre effect, it has a pointed collar with red, front popper fastenings and a chest pocket. The front features a fun doodle pattern with a smiley face and heart shaped appliqué.
Another new thing tried out
In stead of appliqueing the round shapes with zigzag, I thought I'd try doing quilted lines....
Now, that's fun! Looooong lines, that keep it all together, give structure and texture... me like!
Wonder, if this is called something??? Do you know?