A Stitch in Time (English Paper Piecing book)

A Stitch in Time (English Paper Piecing book)

Hello,

It’s my stop at  Sharon Burgess‘s second book A Stitch in Time English Paper Piecing book tour.

I loved her first book Quilting on the go EPP and made Needle keepers and EPP mini quilt.

I am so excited that I can finally share my projects with you today!

 

My first pick was Spring Time Embroidery Organiser with my own twist.

I used my upcoming fabric  line Someday collection and gold sparke stripes from Riley Blake Designs.

These hexies are my strike-off samples I got from Riley Blake Design factory.

(*strike-off is process to check the color and any printing errors.)

 

These cute buttons and pins are gifted from my artist friend Suhobi.

 

 

 

I changed  to clear vinyl zipper pocket from embroidery floss pockets to store my precious buttons.

 

 

My second project is Tea Time Placemat. I also twisted a bit and fused raw edges using fusible webbing.

 

Notions used:

Zipper and fusible batting : Dailylike Canada

Clear vinyl : Byannie.com

Fusible webbing: Lite Steam A Seam 2

A Stitch in Time contains 18 projects, each with a touch of English Paper Piecing combined with embroidery, hand quilting, pretty laces, and trims—all designed to encourage readers to pick up a needle and thread. This book contains projects that will entice crafters to cut into their precious and most treasured fabrics, even repurposing a vintage linen, bringing them to life in projects to share, give as a gift, or to keep for oneself. Projects include: Fussy Cut Candle Mat, Vintage Pouch, Baby Quilt, Sewing Accessories, and more. (Tuva Publishing)

I hope you enjoyed my projects.  Find more project ideas on Sharon’s Instagram @Lilabellelane.

Thanks for stopping by!

Minki xx

 

 

5 Comments

  1. Beautiful makes Minki! Love the fabrics that you used from your new collection to add cheer and bright colors to these gorgeous projects. Beautiful scallops and hand stitching on the placemat. Love those cut scooters too.
    Have a wonderful week dear friend!! xx

    1. How fortunate I am to have a friend like you! Thank you for being my friend Kathleen! Happy Thanksgiving!

      1. Thank you so much Minki! So much to be thankful for!
        You have a wonderful Thanksgiving too!

  2. Minki, these projects are adorable
    I really would love to make everything in this book.

    1. Author

      Hi Rosemary,
      It’s good to see you here again! I am glad you got your project ideas! Happy Thanksgiving!

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