Monday, September 5, 2016

Lovely Little Patchwork Blog Tour & Sew Along!

 
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Welcome to our stop on the Lovely Little Patchwork Blog Tour & Sew Along! This book is so adorable that it had us at "Hello". Seriously, so cute! We're sew happy to join in the Blog Tour fun! 
 
http://www.fatquartershop.com/lovely-little-patchwork-quilt-book
 
HEART COASTERS!

Though it was hard to choose what to sew we decided to make the Heart Coasters that start on page 32. The combination of patchwork and ric rac is irresistible, and this project is the perfect way to add a bit of sweetness to your day.

http://www.fatquartershop.com/lovely-little-patchwork-quilt-book
 
Imagine starting your day with a cup of coffee or tea nestled onto this cute coaster - sew fun!

http://www.fatquartershop.com/lovely-little-patchwork-quilt-book

These sweet coasters also make an amazing gift, whether you make them for Christmas, a birthday, or Valentine's Day!  If you'd like to make your set of coasters from the same fabrics we did, you can pick up Apple Farm fabric and some ric rac in our shop!

http://www.fatquartershop.com/lovely-little-patchwork-quilt-book

Wouldn't these make lovely ornaments, too? Just add a fabric or ribbon hanging loop at the top center of the hearts! Or consider adding them to a decorative fabric bunting or making a mobile.  So many options!

Visit all the stops on the Lovely Little Patchwork Blog Tour!


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Please share any projects you make from this book using the hashtag #lovelylittlepatchwork!
Happy Quilting & Sewing!
 

12 comments:

Rosa said...

Pretty nice mugs and fabric!

Brenda said...

Can't see all the images on quiltstory blog. Would love to see the strawberry bag.

Margaret said...

I really like Jelly Roll Jam II using the SUNDROPS jelly roll, so summery!
Margaret

Cindy Mizer said...

Charm Pack Cherry-I think I've made two quilts with that pattern.

Charlers John said...

Nice idea, i will try the same for my web site. thanks.
TRUCK SHOP

GooglingMom said...

In keeping with the upcoming season, it must be a Jelly Roll Jam II using the Spooky Delights. It will work up in a flash and be frightfully fun!

Brenda Sanderson said...

I learnt a new trick in every vedio. I would love to chose my favorite but I can't I love to lean new tricks to better my sewing skills. Great vedio.

SRG said...

Jelly Roll Jam II and Vintage Picnic, though it's not easy to choose - such cool patterns and fabrics!

Bec said...

I like the Jelly Roll Jam II the best. After looking through the Moda Jelly rolls, I'm undecided. It's either Sundrops or Bread N' Butter. Both are really pretty. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Elaine C said...

Hard to choose, but I especially like the Layer cake Lemonade pattern. As for Jelly rolls - Songbird Gatherings!

cafenoHut said...

Your hearts are so cute, I know what my next project:)

Amy Frye said...

I have made the Jelly Roll Jam and the Jelly Roll Jam II and I love them both. I have had my eye on Hey Dot or Flow fabric lines by Zen Chic for Moda Fabrics and Summerfest by April Rosenthal for Moda Fabrics