She Sews a Lot made a fresh spring table quilt and matching serviettes.
The idea started out with a few serviettes, but grew as Peta decided the serviettes needed a matching tablecloth.
Then she decided the tablecloth would look better quilted, and a simple idea became a large project for us all to enjoy.
This is a such a sweet idea perfect on a table outside a country cottage surrounded by wildflower and lanterns hanging from the trees.
This lovely patchwork drawstring bag by Helen Philipps uses of vintage children room circus charm, just what we had in mind with the Circus series. The collection looks lovely combined with spots and stripes.
Oh how we love this adorable Spin Quilt in Circus fabrics from Wife-made, such a creative spin on the Circus theme.
This year is packed with Tilda book news all available for pre-order.
First up is Tilda’s Seasonal Ideas Collection witch will be released May 26th 2017
. This book contains Tilda’s Spring Ideas, Tilda’s Summer Ideas and Tilda’s Winter Ideas presented in one beautiful collector’s volume.
July the 28th we release a hardback cloth-bound Tilda Planner for 2018.
Each week features an inspiring photograph alongside the calendar, plus a month-to-view calendar at the beginning of each month will help you to plan ahead.
Last but not least the brand new book Tilda Sewing By Heart will be released September the 29th.
This is a celebration of our love of fabric, packed full of patchwork, appliqué and quilting projects that will bring colour and patterns to your home.
Projects include quilts, pretty pillows, soft toys, and accessories such as pincushions, pumpkins, flowers, stockings and more.
This lovely Gypsy Lane Quilt is made by Aqua Paisley with Circus Fabrics.
The quilt is inspired by a branch of her family tree that is a bit of a mystery: Gypsy Lane – The Story Behind the Quilt.
The back of the quilt is beautiful with random pieces of fabric.
We love how the green Circus fabric look on this quilt. The design required placing 8 elephant motives just right in a diagonal line in a pattern program, so that the last elephant pours coffee into the cup of the monkey sitting on the back of the first elephant.
Really tricky to get right, but so much fun when it worked.
Have a great weekend!