Red and pink paper piece ball

One sweet red and pink paper piece ball is finished.

Materials: 
Wildgarden Red (481134), Aimee Red (481133) and Pollen Red (481139) from the Candy Bloom series.
Pollen Pink (481089), Emily Pink (481083) and Garden Flowers Dove White (481085) from Spring Diaries.

We also used pre-cut paper shapes from Paper Piece Balls biconvex ( 480999), one package will give you 20 balls in two different sizes. Fabric Glue pen (480825) and the Light pink Sewing By Hand thread (481015)

 

Red-and-pink-paper-piece-ball

Biconvex paper piece ball with pentagon paper piece balls made with Spring Diaries fabric.

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The Candy Bloom Quilt – Free pattern!

This gorgeous quilt in a deep red, blue and cream colourway has a celebration feel, with rows of pretty bunting-style patchwork ‘hung’ on narrow strips of pale print sashing. The triangle patches are easily created with a template and the triangle rows are easy to sew.

Her is the free pattern and explanation written and illustrated by the talented Linda Clements.

Candy Bloom Quilt

Candy Bloom – Template

Candy-Bloom-Quilt

The quilt is also sweet on the wall.

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Have a great day!

 

The Spring Diaries Quilt – Free Pattern!

This lovely retro inspired quilt is perfect for any time of year – in the spring and summer to echo the sunny seasons, or in autumn and winter to bring a welcome splash of warm colour. It has fifty-four circle blocks, all made the same way using templates. The quilt uses fabrics from the Spring Diaries range combined with solid off white quilt fabric.

Here is the Spring Diaries Quilt explanation, Template 1 and Template 2.

Spring-Diaries-Quilt-fabric

 

The Spring-Diaries-Quilt

 

Spring Diaries Quilt Labels are pretty if you want to add your name to the finished quilt.

 

Spring-Diaries-Quilt-Labels

 

 

Pardon My Garden Quilt – Free Pattern!

The Pardon My Garden quilt is a classic design made up of diamonds and looks wonderful in any setting. 
The diamonds are framed by narrow strips of off white, witch makes them “float” within the setting.

We used all of the 12 Pardon My Garden Fabrics and off-white quilt fabric for the quilt top. You will find a detailed list of materials in the explanation.

The explanation for this quilt (and many Tilda quilts to come) is written by our new friend and collaborator Linda Clements. Many of you know her as the woman behind “The Quilter’s Bible”. 
Her talent for explanations and step-by-step illustrations is just amazing!

 

Here is the Pardon My Garden Quilt and Pardon My Garden – Diamond Template.

Pardon-My-Garden-Quilt

 

Pardon-My-Garden-Quilt-fabric

 

Personalize your quilt with matching Pardon My Garden quilt labels!

 

Pardon-My-Garden-Quilt-Labels

 

 

Paper Piece Patchwork Balls

A few costumers have asked us about the Patchwork Balls in the pictures. These are actually our new Paper Piece products this spring. The packages contain paper piece shapes that you cover with fabric using the Tilda Paper Piece glue pen. You can then easily sew perfect patchwork balls by hand.

There are two different packages, one with balls made of pentagon shapes, and one with balls made of biconvex shapes.
Each package come with explanations and paper pieces for 16- 20 balls in two sizes. 
All you need in addition to the paper pieces and glue are some leftover fabrics, good hand sewing thread, a needle and some stuffing.

Patchwork balls look lovely just lying in a bowl or on a platter, squeeze one into a porcelain cup and you have a nice needle cushion.
They also make cute toys, you can easily put a round bell in with the stuffing to make them jingle.

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