Quilt Petite

Dec 6, 2016 - 3:01pm

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Quilt Petite by Sedef Imer

I was recently ask to participate in Sedef of Down Grapevine Lane's Blog Hop tour
to promote her wonderful new book, Quilt Petite.

Quilt Petite by Sedef Imer

I have just spent the last couple of hours going back through all the wonderful
creations that the other members of the blog hop have made.
You can check them all out here.

November 6: Sedef at Down Grapevine Lane (intro + giveaway)
November 7: Wynn at Zakka Art
November 8: Sarah at A Little Happy Place
November 9: Bridgette at The Family Hearth
November 10: Heidi at Fabric Mutt
November 11: Minki at Minki's Work Table
November 12: Ange at A Little Patchwork
November 13: Lauren at Molly and Mama
November 14: Michelle at Cole & Taffy
November 15: Nadra at Ellis & Higgs
November 16: Amy at Nana Company
November 17: Faith at Sarana Ave
November 18: Debbie at Happy Little Cottage
November 19: Erin at Why Not Sew
November 20: Amanda at Jedi Craft Girl
November 21: Melissa at Oh How Sweet
November 22: Stacy at Stacy Olson Design
November 23: Ayda at Cafe Nohut
November 24: Peta at She Quilts A Lot
November 25: Amanda at A Crafty Fox
November 26: Keera at Live Love Sew
November 27: Sharon at Lilabelle Lane
November 28: Kate at The Homemakery
November 29: Jemima at Tied With A Ribbon
November 30: Jodie at Ric Rac
December 1: Anorina at Samelia's Mum
December 2: Alisha at Ministry of Fabric
December 3: Xanthe at Wife-made
December 4: Cheri at Tinker With This
December 5: Kristyne at Pretty By Hand
December 6: Kimberly at Fat Quarter Shop
December 7: Veronica at Vivid Felicity
December 8: Shari at Doohikey Designs
December 9: Jina at Jina Barney Designz
December 10: Emma at Emma Jean Jansen
December 11: Sedef at Down Grapevine Lane (wrap up + giveaway winner)

The book is stunningly photographed and full of different projects that won't 
take you weeks to finish. From place mats to wall hangings, the book covers a 
wide range of tecniques, including english paper piecing, raw edge applique
and foundation piecing.

I choose to make my own version of the Scattered Stars, creating a mini quilt for my sewing room wall.

Scattered Stars by Emma Jean Jansen

Scattered Stars by Emma Jean Jansen

I teamed up my lastest fabric range Eureka with some Andover Chambray.


I also choose to do lots of straight line quilting in a light gray thread.


This project is foundation pieced. I choose to use the freezer paper method of
piecing and it was easy to translate Sedef's pattern to this method.


My new Mini Quilt will be hanging here in my sewing room which means I will
get to look at it while I am sewing.

Congratulations Sedef on a delightful book!!

Dec 11, 2016 - 4:40am

LINDA: HI, THANKS for sharing!

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