There Are So Many Cute Details to Enjoy!
This delightful quilt is so much fun and perfect for your sewing area. Hang it on a wall and enjoy all of the charming details.
The buildings in this imaginative village are made out of sewing tools. You may notice the sewing machine and iron right away but keep looking to discover the needle, bobbin, spool of thread, tape measure, and much more. Our favorite may be the tomato pincushion house in front.
Fusible applique is used to create the design. It’s embellished with buttons and a bit of embroidery. Go through your scraps to find swatches that work nicely together. Gingham, stripes, and polka dots add to the quilt’s charm.
The completed quilt, designed by Amy Bradley, is 20 1/2″ x 30 1/2″.
While it’s not necessary, an applique fusing mat, like this one, will be a big help in positioning shapes and fusing together the layered images.
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