Friday, 9 August 2013

Paper Piecing Party

 It’s Friday which means it's time for the Paper Piecing Party! And I have a couple of paper pieced things to share this week!

First up – my Wombat Stew block for this month. Alyce is Queen Wombat and designed this fabulous pattern for a little kimono.

Paper pieced kimono for Alyce

I used some fabric left over from the little dress I made for my Lulu. I figured the cherry blossoms would be the perfect fabric for a Japanese kimono!

In pattern news… I have added a couple new patterns to my Craftsy shop. And that officially makes it 100 patterns for sale! All those LEGO patterns sure bumped that number up fast!

Little Houses

The little houses bundle is now available – and is a nice one for someone fairly new to paper piecing. The patterns are fairly simple and easy to piece.

So that’s me this week – how about you?

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Quick refresher on what the deal is with the Paper Piecing Party (full details here):
* It’s on every weekend here at Quiet Play, starting Friday.
* Link up something you’re working on that’s foundation paper pieced
* Link a blog post or flickr photo
* Visit at least two other links and leave a comment because that’s half the fun!
* I’ll pick one each week to win their choice of a free pattern from my Craftsy shop. Keep on paper piecing ;) Last week’s winner was Mary!

13 comments:

  1. Love that kimono, the cherry blossoms are just perfect. And congrats on 100 patterns, you rock! Keep them coming!

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  2. Love that Kimono block, and your house pattern looks great too!

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  3. Fabulous kimono. The fabric is oh-so-perfect. BIG congrats on reaching 100 patterns too. That is amazing (and really, really, really blows my challenge out of the water!).

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  4. Love the kimono
    Congratulations on 100 (that is huge!) patterns.

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  5. Congratulations on adding your 100th pattern that is a great achievement.

    Love the kimono block, your cherry blossom fabric is just perfect for it.

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  6. Love the kimono! 100 patterns!? That's awesome!

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  7. Your kimono is great! I'm still working on my 1st pattern, so 100 is beyond my comprehension. Great job!

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  8. What a cute Kimono! And congrats on 100 patterns!

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  9. Ha ha, now you are a centenary, old girl!
    I love the kimono and those houses are adorable!!!
    Esther
    esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com
    Ipatchandquilt dot wordpress dot com

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  10. Congratulations on 100 patterns and a new collection. Your kimono block looks great with those fabrics.

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