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By Dawn, Feb 21 2019 08:26PM

It's growing - in quiet moments I've been piecing Irish Chain and Sampler blocks for the Sweetest Things Sampler, which we begun a year ago.



I'm especially loving the little beehive peeking out there, and Michelle's strawberry basket - reminding me of warm, sunny days :)


Both myself and Michelle at CreativeBlonde have designed 6 Sampler blocks each, for the Sweetest Things Sampler. You can find our free templates and tutorials for each block on the Sweetest Things Sampler page of Honeybee Cloths. Including the twelfth block - "Sew happy" by Michelle, which is especially sweet.


I've thoroughly enjoyed each of the blocks and Michelle's block, with it's lovely little sewing machine, and cotton reels (that seem to me, to be doing a joyful jig) really is the essence of "sewing a little happiness." :)




Now all 12 Sampler blocks and 13 Irish Chain blocks are complete, it's time to join them together.


In preparation, lay the Sampler blocks out in order you’d like them, interspersing them with Irish Chain blocks.




Next, working from the top row down, sew the 10.5" blocks in each of the rows together, using a 1/4" seam allowance.


If you're using the Quilt As You Go technique using a 3 Layer Quilt sandwich, (Method 2 in the Quilt Construction notes PDF). Then blocks are joined in 3 steps....


Step. 1 Peel back the top layer of each quilt sandwich along the edges to be joined. Pin top layers right sides together and sew.


(I used a couple of safety pins, to keep the wadding / backing away from the edge being joined.)


Now, the top layers of both blocks are joined, press the seam.



Step 2. Next, smooth the wadding over the seam. You'll find the wadding overlaps, so trim one edge of wadding so that when smoothed flat the edges of the wadding touch. Overstitch the edges to hold in place.



Step 3. Finally, smooth over the backing pieces, folding under the backing edge of one block so that it overlaps the backing of the neighbouring block. Pin, then hand-stitch the backing in place.



Join the 2nd row, and subsequent rows in turn, till you have 5 rows, each measuring approx. 10.5" x 50.5"



Using the same technique (Steps 1 to 3) sew the rows together, to form a quilt top, measuring approx. 50.5" x 50.5"



If you choose, you can add borders to make a 60" x 60" quilt, cut:


Border fabric

(4) 5.5 ” x 62” strips

(4) 5.5 x 52" strips

Cotton wadding

(2) 6" x 62" strips

(2) 6" x 52" strips


To sew the borders on the quilt, I used the following shortcut, for each of the 4 border sections, attaching the shorter side border sections, to either side of the quilt first:


Pin both front and back borders along the edge of the quilt sandwich, both front and back, making sure border pieces and quilt sandwich are right sides together.


Next machine through all layers (borders and quilt sandwich in one go.)


Sew the wadding onto the seam allowance, then fold top and lower border over the  wadding.


You're nearly there. Just the binding to do, which is for next time :)


From our little hive to yours, happy sewing


Dawn x X







By Dawn, Jan 17 2019 10:45PM


Oh my, the past 12 months have flown by, haven't they? 12 months on and just one more Sampler Block to go in Sweetest Things Sampler Block of the Month, before joining the blocks together next month.


Hope you've enjoyed it as much as both myself and Michelle have, it's been so lovely to have you along too.


This month's block, could really only be about one thing, something which makes our lives a whole lot happier :)


So let's sew a little happiness together. Enjoy Michelle's gorgeous pattern :) x X



Block 12 - Sew Happy.... by Michelle of CreativeBlonde


Tutorial by Michelle Roberts from Creativeblonde


Designed for Honeybee Cloths - ‘Sweetest Things Sampler’


Sampler Block Twelve measures 10 1/2” square before joining to other blocks.


Please read through all the instructions, before starting on your block x



Materials (available from Honeybee Cloths)

11” square Ivory fabric

11” square for the backing (if doing QAYG)

9” square of peachy pink fabric for the sewing machine applique

Scraps of pink and brown fabrics

4” square of pink fabric for the fabric applique piece

11” square of cotton wadding (if doing QAYG)

10” square of Vlieseline F220 interfacing (or Bondaweb)

Gutermann threads colours: grey, pink, brown, purple, green, dark pink and yellow

Pink Sulky Gutermann thread for quilting


Cutting – from the templates

1 Peach sewing machine

3 threads (centre of cotton reel) in pink

3 cotton reel tops in brown

3 cotton reel bases in brown


Haberdashery items

Template sheets

Erasable marker pen

Iron

Basic sewing supplies

505 basting spray or pins

Quilting ruler, rotary cutter/scissors, cutting mat

Temporary fabric glue



So let’s begin:


Print out the Sew Happy templates [2 page PDF]


or the full Sew Happy tutorial and templates [9 page PDF]




Assembly


Trace all the templates onto the soft side of F220 interfacing (or paper side of Bondaweb). The templates have been reversed ready for you.


Cut them out roughly, fuse to the chosen fabrics, and cut out accurately.


Take your 11” Ivory fabric, and begin placing the applique, using a small dab of glue or pins to hold all the applique pieces in place.


Using a light grey Gutermann thread, and your FMQ foot, sew around the sewing machine.


Repeat this process for the cotton reels, using pink for the centre part of the reel, stitching around the outside of the applique and then extra details across the reel and with some stitches on to the cream background, to give the impression of loose threads.



Use brown thread for thetop and bottom of the reels.



Using grey thread, sew on the details for the needle, and turning wheel.


Take the 4” piece of pink fabric, and fold in half with RST, sew 1/8” all the way around, leaving a small gap for turning. Turn and press. Fold over the corner which has been left un sewn and pin in place on sewing machine block, fold the loose fabric to make a crease, and sew in place 1/8” along edge. The bottom piece can be left loose to give a 3D effect.




Hand sewing


Using a circle with a 1 ½” diameter (I used a cotton reel) draw around it onto the sewing machine.


Using a green thread, sew a circle of leaves using a detached chain stitch.


The heart in the centre can be hand sewn using a pink/red thread and a satin stitch.




Add a purple flower to the top left and bottom right of your sewing machine, using satin stitch and a few French knots in the centre of each flower using yellow thread.


The flowers on the turning wheel, can be added using red thread and either a back stitch or detached chain stitch. Use yellow thread to add a few French knots to the centre of each flower. A simple green back stitch can be sewn to join the flowers together.




Congratulations block 12 is complete.


If you want to go ahead with the QAYG method....


Layer your block, using an 11” square of cotton wadding. If doing the 3 layer sandwich method, you’ll also need an 11” square of backing fabric, and remember to leave a small margin un-quilted inside the 10” design window, to make it easier to peel back the layers when joining blocks together.


Spray baste the 11” backing fabric or use pins to hold the backing in place.


Using an erasable marker pen, write the words ‘sew’ in the space to the left and above the sewing machine, using a pink sulky Gutermann thread and your Free Motion Quilting foot to sew over these lines. This could be hand sewn if you prefer.




Congratulations you’ve finished Block 12 – Sew Happy


Please share your gorgeous blocks on Instagram using the hashtag #sweetestthingssampler, both myself (Michelle) and Dawn are so excited to see your blocks.


You can find me on Instagram @creativeblonde66 and on Facebook @creativeblonde66


Come on over and visit my blog for more sewing tutorials at www.creativeblonde.co.uk


Thanks for joining in with this exciting quilt-a-long.


Happy sewing


x creativeblonde x



Don’t forget to keep sewing those Irish Chain blocks together, every time you get a few spare minutes…

















By Dawn, Nov 18 2018 12:04PM


In winter, when trees have shed their leaves, there’s something kind of wonderful in the big bunches of mistletoe, hugging the tree branches. Mistletoe is fairly common in this corner of the U.K. It’s rich green leaves and bright little berries, welcome colour this time of year. So let’s put on our warm woolly mittens, and go find some mistletoe…



Feel free to use your preferred method of applique - the block pictured, is made using the starch/ freezer paper method of applique, perfect for hand sewing on winter evenings. It would also be equally lovely using a fusible applique method, if you need a faster finish.


Fussy cut the mitten or stitch an embroidered snowflake or two. A scattering of buttons for mistletoe berries, ties the quilt sandwich layers together.


Sampler Block Ten measures 10 1/2” square before joining to other blocks.




To make block 10 you'll need:


11” square Off-white or Low volume fabric (Moda Bella Solids 9900 200)

5” square – blue fabric for the mitten (18652-12 Caroline)

Small pieces of green fabrics (Caroline no. 18653-14,

Caroline no. 18652-14, Caroline no. 18654-15)

10” (25cm) Gingham ribbon (East of India gingham warm grey)

12 small white shirt buttons (12mm)


Green and Grey thread for applique

(Mettler Col.1147 and Gutermann Col.700)


Embroidery thread – DMC Mouline Etoile (glittery white)


White cotton thread wt. 30 for sewing on buttons and hand-tied quilt

(Gutermann Sulky cotton Col. 1001 white)


Equipment: Sewing machine; Iron and ironing board; rotary cutter, mat and ruler.



Notions: Clover water erasable pen, Small sharp scissors, Applique pins, Embroidery needle.

For freezer paper & starch applique method: spray starch, freezer paper, small fine brush.

Alternatively, for fusible applique method: Bondaweb


Optional: Stabiliser or lightweight interfacing


If you plan to Quilt As You Go*, you’ll need an 11” square of wadding, and Quilting thread e.g. Gutermann Sulky Cotton (30 weight). Depending on which QAYG method you’ll also need an 11” square of backing fabric.


*For more information on the QAYG method, please see Quilt Construction notes




So let's begin....


Print out the Mistletoe and mittens template [2 page PDF] or


Print the full tutorial below including template [10 page PDF]


Fold the 11” background off-white square in half, then quarters, creasing lightly to mark the centre.




Prepare the background


Use the template to draw guidelines on the background fabric to form the shape of the wreath.


• Cut out the larger outer half circle template. Match centre of half circle to the centre of the fabric square. Using a water erasable pen (or similar erasable marker), draw round the outer half circle. Flip over to draw the other half of the large circle.


• Cut out the smaller circle, and matching centres, draw round.


The circles form a donut shape, into which the mittens and mistletoe design fits.



Prepare the mistletoe and mittens


Trace the mittens and 4 leaves onto the freezer paper (the leaf templates can be re-used to make all the leaves).


Cut out the freezer paper and place glossy side down on wrong side of fabric.


Press for a second or two, using a hot iron till the Freezer paper sticks to the fabric.


• Cut out, leaving 1/8” to ¼” margin right the way round the template, rounding the tips of the pointy bits (see pic. a below)


• Using a small brush apply a little starch to the ¼” margin around the template. Turn the edges over the freezer paper template and press using an iron (pic. b)


• Remove the paper template (c), and re-use to make the next leaf.


You'll need approximately 21 leaves in total, including 5 or 6 of each leaf type.





Prepare the mittens for either fusible machine applique (Bondaweb) or Starch method as above.


You might want to fussy cut the mittens, or leave them plain, and embroider a snowflake or two later on.


If using starch method, snip the “V” near the thumb to enable easy shaping.




Positioning mistletoe and mittens


• Place the mittens inside the inner circle, overlapping them slightly. Pin in place using small applique pins.


• Position the mistletoe leaves, placing them between the inner and outer circle guidelines. (Try a few different placements, until you find the one which is right for you - the photo below, was an option, before I ran with the placement shown in the completed block).


• Space the leaves evenly, placing some in pairs, drooping downwards.


• Leave a space at the top for the ribbon



Pin in place using small applique pins, (or a dab of applique glue).


Once everything is pinned, you're ready to sew in place.


• Green thread is used to sew the mistletoe leaves, using small slip stitches



• Using grey thread around the edge of the mittens, blanket stitch (Machine setting Width 2 Length 2.5)



Snowflake on mitten (optional)


Trace the snowflake onto freezer paper, marking each of the dots.


Make pin pricks in the dots, large enough for an erasable pen.


Position the freezer paper template in the centre of the mitten, press to hold in place.


Use an erasable pen, to mark the dots on the mittens.




Embroidering snowflakes


The snowflakes on the block were stitched using a really lovely glittery silvery white embroidery thread, it’s very pretty in real life, though doesn’t photograph well. Alternatively, use a more contrasting thread if you'd like you the snowflake to be more prominent.


Using 2 strands of embroidery thread, stitch the snowflake, using the following stitches:



Tie the gingham ribbon, into a bow. Sew in place at the top of the wreath.





A scattering of mistletoe berries….


Place the buttons evenly around the mistletoe wreath, towards the centre of the mistletoe sprigs, and not too near the outer edge of the wreath.


If using the Quilt As You Go* (QAYG) method, you may want to layer your quilt sandwich now, before sewing on the little white button mistletoe berries, which as well as being part of the wreath, also tie the quilt layers together.





Preparing to Quilt As You Go


Layer your block, using an 11” square of cotton wadding. If doing the 3 layer sandwich method, you’ll also need an 11” square of backing fabric, and remember to leave a small margin un-quilted inside the 10” design window, to make it easier to peel back the layers when joining blocks together.


First, quilt around the outer edge of the mitten, either by hand using small running stiches, or machine.



To hand-tie the remainder of the block, you’ll need an embroidery needle, and white cotton thread.


• Working from the back of the block, sew through all layers, leaving a tail about 2” long at the back.


• Pull thread through the buttonholes, returning to the back of the quilt sandwich. Repeat to secure the button on the front.


• Tie using a double knot at the back of the block.


• Repeat, until all the mistletoe berry buttons are sewn in place.



Congratulations! Block 10 – “Mistletoe and mittens” is complete!


In preparation for joining Sampler block to Irish Chain blocks, trim a sliver of each side of the Sampler square, till it measures 10.5” square, to match the other blocks.


We’d love to see the beautiful Sampler blocks you make, so please do post them on Instagram using the hashtag – #SweetestThingsSampler.


Till next time, from our little hive to yours,


Stay cosy and happy sewing x X

Dawn - Honeybee Cloths









By Dawn, Oct 12 2018 03:42PM



A heartfelt welcome to our Sweetest Things Sampler Block of the Month, both myself (Dawn) and Michelle from CreativeBlonde are truly delighted to have you along. We've been taking turns designing the blocks, and this months' beautiful block and tutorial is by Michelle, inspired by a special birthday tea, to which you're invited too, we are in for a real treat :)


Block 9 - Birthday Treats by Michelle, is the prettiest block, a birthday cake filled with the loveliest little details - truly comfort sewing. So make yourself a cuppa, and enjoy a slice of Michelle's beautiful birthday cake. (Also," a very happy birthday to Michelle, from all of us busy little sewing bees xx!")


Enjoy x X



Block 9 - Birthday treat by Michelle of CreativeBlonde



Tutorial and templates by Michelle Roberts from CreativeBlonde



Designed for the Sweetest Things Sampler



10 ½” Finished appliqued block, before joining to other blocks



Downloadable PDF including templates [9 pages] - or Template only [2 pages]



Please read through all the instructions, before starting on your block x




Materials (available from Honeybee Cloths - www.honeybeecloths.co.uk)


11” square Off-white or Low volume fabric (Moda Bella Solids 9900 200)

11” square for the backing (if doing QAYG)

Scraps of Caroline pink, green, floral, and brown

11” square of wadding (if doing QAYG)

10” square of Vlieseline Bondaweb

Gutermann threads colours: 1001,336,650 and 624


Cutting – from the templates

1 Brown cupcake wrapper – Caroline 18652-16

3 pink hearts – Caroline 18654-14

1 small florals on cream for icing Caroline 18653-11

1 large floral – fussy cut for cup Caroline 18650-11

1 green for plate and saucer Caroline 18655 73


Haberdashery items

Template sheets - download here

16” pretty ribbon

Erasable marker pen

Iron

Basic sewing supplies

505 basting spray or pins

Quilting ruler, rotary cutter/scissors, cutting mat



Assembly


Apart from the bunting triangle, trace all the templates, from both sheets onto Bondaweb (templates have been reversed already for you) using a pencil. Cut them out roughly, and fuse to the chosen fabrics, and cut out accurately.


Take your 11” Ivory fabric, and begin by fusing all the applique pieces in place. When you add the icing to the cupcake wrapper, overlap it slightly when fusing to the main block.




Using the erasable marker pen, draw on the cupcake wrapper details.



Use the brown thread to sew over the cupcake wrapper markings.


Add detail to the icing using the same method, use a metallic pink thread to sew over the icing marks and pink hearts.

Using a cream thread, sew around the outline of the icing (1/8” from raw edge), continue with cream thread to sew around the cup.





Cut a 5” piece from the ribbon, and pin in place in the cupcake wrapper, sew 1/8” all the way around, you could add a little bit of anti-fray glue to the ends of the ribbon at this point.


Create a small bow, and sew a few stitches in the centre to hold in place. Add to the centre of the piece of ribbon on the cupcake wrapper, and sew a few stitches in the centre to hold, this can be done by hand if you find it easier.


Sew a few small stitches on each of the four pieces of the bow to hold in place on your block.


Your block is now complete.


If you want to go ahead with the QAYG method….


Layer your block, using an 11” square of cotton wadding, and an 11” square of backing fabric, if following the 3 layer sandwich method 2.


• For the 3 layer sandwich, also leave a small margin un-quilted inside the 10” design window, to make it easier to peel back the layers when joining blocks.

* (For information on QAYG methods, please see Quilt Construction notes.)


Cut out the triangle and draw around it, using your fabric marker to give the appearance of bunting, in the top right-hand corner, and underneath the cup and saucer – see photo below for placement. With the metallic pink thread, quilt the bunting. Remove all markings.


In preparation for joining Sampler block to Irish Chain blocks, trim a sliver of each side of the Sampler square, till it measures 10.5” square, to match the other blocks.


Congratulations you’ve finished Block 9 – Birthday Treat

Please share your gorgeous blocks on Instagram using the hashtag #sweetestthingssampler, both myself (Michelle) and Dawn (Honeybee Cloths) are so excited to see your blocks.


You can find me on Instagram @creativeblonde66 and on Facebook @creativeblonde66 .


Come on over and visit my blog for more sewing tutorials at www.creativeblonde.co.uk


Thanks for joining in with exciting quilt-a-long.


Happy sewing


x creativeblonde x









By Dawn, Sep 16 2018 05:04PM



Spending time in the outdoors, among the little wonders of nature is lovely any time of year, but a fine autumn day, when the fruits are ripening, the leaves turning colour and the possums making themselves a cosy spot to overwinter, is especially sweet.



Prairie points give the hedgehog a 3D-effect, which is lovely to touch. While an applique pear or two, and quilted oak leaves and acorns provide food and shelter.


Sampler Block Eight measures 10 1/2” square before joining to other blocks.



To make the block you'll need:


Materials:


11” square Off-white or Low volume fabric (Moda Bella Solids 9900 200)

Fat Eighth (10"x 22") - Brown fine stripes (Caroline no. 18652 16 )

4” x 4” – Moda Bella Solids Taupe (MBS 9900 310 )

Small pieces of green fabrics (Caroline no. 18653-14, Caroline no. 18652-14, Caroline no.18654-15)


Green, dark grey, and taupe thread for applique, stems and hedgehogs face.


4” x 6“ wadding or padding (for the pears)


Optional: Stabiliser or lightweight interfacing



Equipment: Sewing machine; Iron and ironing board; rotary cutter, mat and ruler.


Notions: Clover water erasable pen (or similar), Small sharp scissors, Applique pins.

Spray starch, freezer paper, small fine brush (needed for the spray starch method of applique).


If you plan to Quilt As You Go*, you’ll need an 11” square of wadding, and Quilting thread e.g. Gutermann Sulky Cotton (30 weight). Depending on which QAYG method you’ll also need an 11” square of backing fabric.


(*For more information on the QAYG method, please see Quilt Construction notes)



So let’s begin:


Print out the Hedgehog and Pear template [1 page PDF] or


Print the full tutorial below including template [8 page PDF]

• Fuse the stabiliser or lightweight interfacing to the wrong side of the 11” square of off-white fabric.


• Draw a 10” square in the centre of the 11” square, into which the design fits.


• Use this window to position and the hedgehog outline, approx 2” inch from the right hand side, and 1” from the bottom of the square.


Optional: If using the Quilt as You Go method, you may want to layer the wadding at this point, and work the next few steps using a 2 layer quilt sandwich of top layer and wadding.



Prepare the prairie points


From the Brown stripy Fat Eighth Cut – (25) - 2” squares; and (7) - 1 5/8” squares (4 cm)


• Fold in half along the diagonal, press. Fold in half again along the diagonal.


• Position the smaller prairie points along the top edge of the hedgehog. If using a stripy print place stripes in the same direction, so they point outwards from the centre of the hedgehog.


• Slot one prairie point inside the opening of the next. (see pic)


• Line up the trough between the prairie points so you can just see the outline of the hedgehog. Hold in place with pins and tack along the lower edge.


Now you’re ready to machine sew the prairie points in place.




• Using blanket stitch, sew along the lower edge of the prairie points.


TIP: Fitting a Walking foot to the machine, makes it easier to sew through multiple layers of fabric.



• Working from the rear end of the hedgehog, position the next three prairie points, slotting them one inside the other. Place, so they overlap the previous points, and curve slightly.


TIP: Use an ironing board to pin and hold the points, while positioning the row of prairie points.

• Baste, then machine sew along the raw edge using blanket stitch to secure.


• Next slot four prairie points together, as before overlapping the previous row, curving slightly. Machine sew to secure.



Repeat for the remaining prairie points, positioning 3, 4 or 5 points in a row. Slowly building up the body of the hedgehog. Blanket stitch each row in place as you go. You may need to add a little hand-stitch here and there to hold in place.




Making the Snout


Now the body of the hedgehog has taken shape, it’s time to make the head and snout. In this tutorial the starch method of applique, using Freezer Paper and starch is used. This gives a firm crisp edge and well-defined shape that is already to applique to the hedgehog block. (Or use your preferred method of applique).


• Trace the snout onto the shiny side of freezer paper, cut out.

• Place Freezer paper template shiny side down on wrong side of fabric. Press using a hot iron till the Freezer paper sticks to the fabric.

• Cut out, leaving ¼” margin right the way round, cutting the tips off the pointy bits, and clipping curves every 1cm (½”)

• Using a small brush apply a little starch to the ¼” margin around the template.


• Turn the edges over the freezer paper template and press using an iron.

• Remove the paper template.




• Position the snout so it covers the raw edge of the prairie points.


Pin and sew snout in place.

• Draw an eye, nose and a smile, using a water erasable pen.

• Satin stitch the eye and nose in dark grey or black thread.

• Use back-stitch to sew the hedgehogs smile.


NB. It is possible to make the applique shapes without freezer paper using ordinary paper, place several pins in place to hold the paper in place, and take care when ironing to avoid the pins.



Pear applique


Using the pear and leaf templates, prepare the applique pieces for applique using your preferred method. The tutorial below shows the starch method of applique.


• For the block shown you’ll need 1 large and 1 small pear; and 2 pear leaves.


• Use the pear templates to cut wadding for each pear. Slip the wadding inside the starched and folded edge of the pears, ready for applique to the block.




• Position and pin the pears and leaves, inside the 10” design window. Sew in place using small close together slip-stitches.


• Using a water-erasable pen, draw stalks from each of the pears Machine stitch the stems.



Well done! Your block is now complete!



If you choose you can continue and Quilt your block as you go, follow steps below.


Quilting options - If using the Quilt As You Go (QAYG) method.

(For information on QAYG methods, please see Quilt Construction notes.)


• Layer your block, using an 11” square of cotton wadding, and an 11” square of backing fabric, if following the 3 layer sandwich method 2.


• For the 3 layer sandwich, also leave a small margin un-quilted inside the 10” design window, to make it easier to peel back the layers when joining blocks.


Secure the layers using safety pins. Transfer the oak leaf and acorns outlines onto your block, using your preferred method of marking, and quilt either by machine or hand.



Quilt around oak leaves and acorns.


In preparation for joining Sampler block to Irish Chain blocks, trim a sliver of each side of the Sampler square, till it measures 10.5” square, to match the other blocks.


Congratulations! Block 8 – “Prairie point Hedgehog” is complete!



We’d love to see the beautiful Sampler blocks you make, so please do post them on Instagram using the hashtag – #SweetestThingsSampler.


Till next time, enjoy the little wonders of nature


From our little hive to yours,


Happy sewing x X

Dawn - Honeybee Cloths














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