Friday, June 19, 2015

Last days of Spring

I had intended to share this applique design this spring,....but I seem to be a little late....well actually, since Summer does not officially arrive until Sunday..... I am not late after all.

This block was designed as part of short article I wrote for CQA in early 2012,
In this article, I talk about auditioning fabrics and how to use interesting prints to your advantage.  The pattern is an applique block that can, of course, be done in whatever method you prefer. Mine is hand appliqued.

Perhaps you are looking for a project to work on while enjoying some lovely days on the deck.
You can view, download and print the file here
If you print the design at actual size, it will work nicely for an 8 inch block......if you would like it to fit a 12" block, you will need to enlarge it roughly 140%

A tutorial of my favourite method for freezer paper applique (including how I do those tiny 1/8" stems) can be found here




7 comments:

Grit said...

Your Appliqué looks wonderful.

glassbylindi.blogspot.com said...

Thank you for the pattern, I have saved it to do later. Happy Spring, L

The Inside Stori said...

Strikingly beautiful as always!!

Галатея said...

Очень красиво! Сочетание цветов изумительное.

quiltedfabricart said...

Thank you for the tutorial! It does seem lossy but the results are worth it. Leaving the paper I would also make it easier for a traveling or on the go project. And the tip for using a wash pencil on the shiny side of the freezer paper is gold - one ! Though, what is a wash pencil?

Robbie said...

You are always so generous with your knowledge!!! This is a beautiful block and, as always, beautiful workmanship!

Lynette said...

This is such beautiful applique work - very pretty block, indeed. Thank you for sharing!

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