04 March, 2015

Simply Striped Pillow Blog Hop

Susie’s Sunroom is having a blog hop and I am glad to be part of it!

 
http://susiessunroom.blogspot.ro/

Hop on over to Susie’s Blog and check out my little quilted piece!
She designed a simple pillow pattern, with an interesting pieced back. A quick, easy and sweet project for when you need some quilty fun.

I love this kind of blog hop: the same pattern, different interpretations = inspiration for us all.

http://susiessunroom.blogspot.ro/

Below are the other participants.

On March 3rd, Susie herself right from her Sunroom!
On March 4th, Geta from Geta’s Quilting Studio -  that's me!
On March 5th, meet Sheri from Sunshine in the Attic
On March 6th, meet Lena from Buzzin’ Bumble
On Marth 7th, meet Amanda from The Patchsmith
ON March 8th, meet Amy from Amy Made That.

GIVEAWAY

Susie kindly offered to giveaway her pattern to one of my readers.
If you would like to be in the draw, please leave me a comment.
The giveaway will remain  open until Friday, March 13.

03 March, 2015

Almost finished...

Pretty wreath of octagons - almost as fun as hexagons! This means my new modified Dresden blocks are almost finished.


A few days ago I sewed something sweet and simple for a blog hop I am in. I will be sharing it with you tomorrow. Meanwhile, check it out and see what it is all about. There is a giveaway too!
 
http://susiessunroom.blogspot.ro/

28 February, 2015

Free Quilt Designs

Free quilt designs, for my newsletter subscribers.

Wholecloth, trapunto or shadow trapunto.

Or some appliques, if you prefer to add some colors to your work.

Or just a reason to practice free motion quilting - print the designs and start stitching; you could practice even without thread in the needle.

Free Quilt Designs
Happy quilting!
Geta

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20 February, 2015

New Faux Leather Woven Bag

I think this is one of the most interesting bag I have ever made. And one of the most beautiful too.

Here is my new faux leather woven bag, this time in argyle pattern. I just had to make one more woven bag!

Faux Leather Woven Bag in Argyle pattern


After many patchwork bag, now I love weaving strips of faux leather.

Faux Leather Woven Bag in Argyle pattern
When I started it I thought it could be the only one so I chose the favorite colors of my sister Nina.

This dark chocolate brown is my new black. I hate black and I think this color is a great replacement, it can be easily assorted with many colors.

Faux Leather Woven Bag in Argyle pattern
The woven pattern looked great without any stitching over it (unfortunately I don't have any picture), but this argyle pattern was my chance to try stitching over the woven pieces. So with great pleasure I chose two assorted colors of 12wt Aurifil thread- that very thick thread. This thread weight is perfect for topstitching, you can even feel the thread when you touch the stitching with your fingers.
Stitching over the pieces and keeping them in place was a little challenging at first. Now I am warned and next time I will be more prepared!

Faux Leather Woven Bag in Argyle pattern
This was the stencil.  It took me some time to figure out what to do and how to do it, but then it was really easy.

Faux Leather Woven Bag in Argyle pattern

Faux Leather Woven Bag in Argyle pattern

I am afraid I need new colors!
Have a great weekend,
Geta

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