Few years ago I made this colorful quilt. One side with squares, the other one with triangles. Recently I decided to decorate some squares with cute patchwork pictures.
Rabbit, squirrel and dog, teddy bear and yellow duck, sailboat, rain cloud and umbrella, moon, crown and clover leaf, fish, bird and snail, sea horse and rocking horse, Sanbonnet Sue and Sam, flowers in the pot, apple and even cupcake. All these things are cute and perfect for quilt decoration or single patchwork pictures, even for kids cut-outs.
I’ll show you some templates and you can use them in your own projects.
And here are some more pictures of my colorful and cheerful quilt.
Spring. The best time to visit Farmer’s Market. Or farm. Maybe even Tulip Farm! And of course you’ll need a cute large bag. I like the eco-friendly cloth bags. And also I love patchwork.
Before my visit to Tulip Farm I created this pattern:Nice patchwork with tulips in a pot for bag, pillow or even a tablecloth.
You can use it for yourself. Just cut the details out fabric and sew them to the base with any seam you like.Here is the final look:I think it’s really cute. Try to make it and enjoy your Spring!
This Autumn I have a lot of pumpkins. Some of them are used to cook the Pumpkin Soup, some are good for home decoration. But I want more! More pumpkins this fall and Thanksgiving Day! So I sew them from the fabric. And even put some flavor into my pumpkins.
I’ll show you two kinds of fabric pumpkins. And you’ll decide what you want to make!
You need to have:
Needle and threads for sewing
Material for filling
Flavored filler (I used one of Fresh Scents)
Thin rope, straw lace and a bit of felt to make leaf and twig.
You need to do:
Cut out fabric rectangle
Sew the edges
Gather the fabric from one side and pull the rope tight
Turn inside out
Fill this bag with filling and flavored filler
Pull the other side with the needle and thread. You’ll get cute ball
Neatly pull a rope around the ball to get a pumpkin
Make the imitation of leaves and your pumpkin is finished!
Cut two identical circles out of different fabrics. Cut each circle into quarters
Combine quarters like this
Sew them together on sequence. Leave a hole for the filling
After the filling sew up the hole. You’ll get this pillow
Neatly pull a thread around the pillow to get a pumpkin
Make the imitation of leaf and twig and your pumpkin is finished!
I recently finished these tiny Christmas stockings for my wonderful nephews Mila and Sammy. These tiny stockings can be hung on the Xmas tree and you can also fill them with some candies or small gifts for kids.To sew stockings use this pattern. You can make it any size
Just click on the image with the pattern and it will open in high resolution
I also made a colored patches for the toe and heel and added the bright strip to the top of stocking
I sewed all the patches one by one, than sewed two parts of stocking together and embroidered kid’s names on the top strip
The same goes here
Here they are! Tiny Xmas stockings for little cuties Mila and Sammy!