We have two delightful blocks for you this week.
This weeks deals
Radiance, 30’s Revival quilt kit and other beautiful designs using the 1930’s revival collection are now on sale.
- Kim Christopherson ‘Cute as a Cupcake’ – Splendid Sampler Page 76
- Amy Ellis ‘Simple Surprises’ – The Splendid Sampler Page 23
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Kim Christopherson Have fun with colors, pattern, scale, and texture! I rarely choose fabric from one line. Think “outside that line of fabric” by choosing one or two main prints. Then go through the quilt shop like “a kid in a candy store” and collect all kinds of colors, scale, and even texture, to add in the mix. You’ll end up with the most amazing quilt, I promise!
Kim Christopherson is the owner and creative force of Kimberbell Designs, a sewing, quilt, and embroidery design pattern company. Kimberbell’s delightful patterns are available online and in quilt and fabric shops around the country. In addition to designing patterns, Kim has released two collections with Maywood studio – Mind your Mummy and Merry and Bright.
Kim and her twin sister Kris show you fun, dimensional embellished applique projects. I love the pumpkin wall hanging as a fall or Halloween mini quilt. Learn playful textures here.
Amy’s Favorite Tips is …. “Make small goals for your large projects – this is why a sampler project is so much fun! ..”
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