Saturday, December 6, 2014

Christmas Sewing

Here is a purchased tea towel embellished to match a gingerbread man potholder (potholder tutorial here).
For the tea towel, I used the free pattern which can be found at the Fort Worth Quilting Studio.

This design could be incorporated into a cute mug rug.
A Mary Engelbreit storybook quilt.
To make this quilt, I used a panel which was intended to make a cloth book.


Instead I cut out the pages and added red polka dot borders and black polka dot corner stones, in typical Mary Engelbreit style.

For the quilting, I did some wavy lines in the red borders, X's in the black cornerstones, and meandering everywhere else.  And I knew immediately that the binding would be candy cane stripes.
Thank you for stopping by!
Linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts.




4 comments:

Judy@Quilt Paradigm said...

The story book quilt is all kinds of awesome! What a GREAT idea!! I have seen the panels for books, thought nah, I don't really want to make a book. . . but a quilt?? Oh YES sign me up! :)

Sherree Chmitlin said...

Love the storybook quilt. I think it worked out better as a quilt instead of the book. Gives me ideas. Thanks so much for sharing.

Maggie said...

I love the gingerman fabric...what cute items! X

Kate said...

Love your storybook quilt!