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foundation paper piecing

Catryoshkas and Cats & Birds quilts

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Hi folks! I have finally finished two quilts made from two of my patterns – Cat Silhouette and Birdie! This blog post is basically a continuation of one of my previous posts where I introduce the patterns. First finished quilt is Catryoshkas: I have five cats and I decided to quilt each of them differently. First two blocks ( from left to right) are quilted with walking foot. Last three…

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Peek A Boo mini quilt with Frank the cat

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About a week ago I whipped up a Peek a boo mini quilt. I found the uber cute cat pattern from Jo Carter  on the pages of Love Patchwork and Quilting magazine issue 60. When I saw it , I instantly fell in love. I knew I needed to make it as soon as I can. My mind was processing it quickly and I realised I deeply needed to make it…

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My two new FPP patterns – Cat Silhouette and Birdie

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Right before Valentine’s Day I made my first FPP pattern ever Heart Face using Electric Quilt 8 (EQ8). Apparently it is very addictive, so I created two more already. My Cat Silhouette pattern was released about a month ago and just now I put Birdie pattern on my Craftsy. I made Cat Silhouette because I wanted to have a very simple pattern that would be suitable for FPP beginners. My idea…

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London Modern Quilt Guild April ’18 Meeting

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I am thinking of taking my blog out of hibernation and writing about what I’ve been up to probably since last July or so. It’s fine if no one reads it because it will be a nice memory recording and if I keep up with it, it will be some sort of creative diary of mine which is cool, right? 😉 Anyway this is not going to be a long…

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My first ever FPP pattern

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Hi all, I have some exciting news. I made my first ever Foundation Paper Piece pattern for Valentine’s Day. It’s called Heart Face and it’s basically a heart with a face 🙂 It’s a very easy one, sews very quickly and a beginner friendly. I made it using EQ8 software.  It was relatively quick to design it but it took me quite a while to put the pattern pdf all…

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