Thursday, 4 May 2017

New Pre-Cut Party pattern and kit

It's May already!! Where is this year going?? This is going to be a very busy month for me, thankfully ending with a few days away in the sun with some great friends. Before then I have two major shows and a magazine deadline which seemed so far away when I said yes...

Anyway, a new month means a new Pre-Cut Party pattern, for those new to Sewmotion, every month I send out a free pattern inspired by fabric pre-cuts to my Newsletter subscribers. This is often accompanied by a pre-cut kit, which my subscribers can also get at a discount. This month I've gone a little 'improv', and by little, I do mean tiny - seems I'm not quite ready to let it all go just yet!


This funky wall hanging to me looks like a modern piece of art, and made in these bright rainbow colours with that sharp white, it takes me back to my art degree years, though for the life of me I can't remember the artist I'm thinking of... collage? bright colours? Kandinsky or Mondrian maybe? These blocks are made with 2.5" strips and a clever technique using freezer paper to trim down each square. This is where the 'slightly improv' bit comes in as you can't see what you're cutting.


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I have also made this wall hanging into a kit containing all the fabric you need to complete the top, including binding, plus thread, freezer paper and full instructions. Priced at £25.00 - 20% off if you subscribe to the Newsletter, click here for more. If I get the time, I want to make up a black, grey and yellow version of this for the shows, she says hopefully. 

Talking of shows, this time next week will be the first day of  the Stitching, Sewing & Hobbycrafts show at the convention centre in the centre of Harrogate, North Yorkshire. If you're in the area, why not treat yourself to a day of inspiration, lovely people and craft therapy? I hope to see you there.

Can't make it to the show? Get your inspiration fix by visiting these great quilting links parties - Let's Bee Social, Midweek Makers and Needle & Thread Thursday.

3 comments:

  1. Now that's a fun, cheery quilt! Thanks for sharing on Midweek Makers!

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  2. good to have found your blog, so enjoyed meeting you in Harrogate (was helping Irene the needle threader yesterday)

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    1. Hello again Margaret, it was lovely to meet you too and talk to a fellow quilter, and thank you for searching me out! :)

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