Block 94 – Skyscrapers

Designer:  Stacey Lowe

Techniques : Applique

Blocks by Designers (L to R, Top to Bottom)  Stacey Lowe,  Katja Marek , Melissa Corry,  Joan Ford,  Melanie Barrett , and Jane Davidson

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Are you looking for the downloadable pattern? As from 19th February 2017, they are no longer available at this site.  For your convenience, we have placed them all in one comprehensive book which will be available  April 2017. 

  • 100 eye-catching designs from over 80 designers that use a wide range of techniques, including traditional patchwork, applique, foundation paper piecing, and embroidery
  • A number of the 6-inch blocks are shown in two colorways for twice the creativity
  • Be inspired by gallery quilts featuring carefully selected placement options for your Splendid Sampler blocks
  • Bonus blocks projects are not included in the book and can be found here.

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Stacey says, “My biggest tip to any sewer is to try and fit in at least 30 minutes of sewing a day, it’s always amazing what can be accomplished in small pieces of time as it all adds up.”

It’s hard to believe that almost ten years ago I opened the doors to Peppermint Stitches.  At the time I had just made my first quilt – and boy was it terrible! Thank goodness I have improved!

Whilst I started as a cross stitcher, quilting has taken over my store and my heart.  I have tried to cultivate a store that has bright, happy and modern fabrics for our lovely customers.  Personally selecting fabric for the store has to be one of the best perks of my job, and I look at my store as my personal stash.

Like most people, I enjoy travelling and have drawn inspiration for my block from the various cityscapes around the world. My favourite place to travel to is Tokyo and I have been multiple times hitting up all the fabric shops each time growing my stash of Japanese fabric.  This year I am going back – this time with my 3 year old and 1 year old in tow.  It is going to be interesting to see Tokyo from a different perspective – I’m not sure if I will get to as many fabric shops this time, but I will try!

One of my favourite cityscapes will always be my hometown in Brisbane. This past year I took up riding and ride to work along the Brisbane river and get the opportunity to take in our lovely city buildings every day.  It is a lovely way to start and end my days.


 

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