Yikes!! So I’m a little late on sharing this, but it will be here for future reference 😉
Do you love a fun (and quick) project for Valentine’s sewing? Check out this sweet tutorial I teamed up with Janome to create HERE .
This is a great project to incorporate some low volumes with a great print that you’ve been saving (I used Liberty of London), but you might now have a lot of!
The oven mitt tutorial can also be customized–you can leave out the reverse applique option for a simpler finish and enjoy your new oven mitt quicker.
Happy belated Valentine’s Day!
Are you looking for a great project to showcase that one print that you may not have much of?
Check out the tutorial that I teamed up with Janome to bring you by clicking HERE! I know that I just love Liberty of London prints, but gosh…they’re pretty proud of them, am I right? It’s not often I spend $40+ per yard on fabric…but I will admit to purchasing a couple of “swatches” from fabric.com for a few bucks a piece. I could almost never bring myself to sew with them, especially considering each piece that I had was less than a fat eighth…hello…! Not many patterns allow for this!
So I whipped up this cute oven mitt tutorial and thought that Liberty fabric I had been hoarding for so long would be perfect for the little reverse applique window!
It’s a great project for showcasing your favorite prints, and also for using up scraps of low volume fabrics (or any scraps, really!)
Have the happiest of Valentine’s Days and take this project into the kitchen to bake up some yummy sweets for the one you love 🙂
Don’t you love seeing all the cutesy Valentine’s Day sewing projects? I love the typical heart patterns, but wanted to see a different spin on it, so I teamed up with Janome and created this free pattern & tutorial for you–available at the American Quilter’s Society Bog HERE
|Love is in the air! Wall Hanging
This is an intermediate tutorial with a few half-square triangles and some fun quilting techniques.
-Pair your bright colors of the hearts with a mellow, low-volume background fabric for more POP!
-Matchstick quilting around the hearts can really set it off, but feel free to try some swirls or crazy feathers for a different effect.
-Try a scrappy binding using all the colors of the hearts.
I hope you enjoy some quilting time today!