Friday, 18 April 2014

Paper Piecing Party – London Calling!

 I’ve been on a bit of a design kick lately – and it’s all thanks to Midge. She is Queen Wombat this month and chose the great theme of “London”. So I got busy coming up with some patterns! It so inspired me, I even jumped right in and made my block already!

Here it is! A London Guard.

London Guard

I think the textured prints really make him – Sketch for his hat, Raindrops for his jacket and a great braid-looking print for the strap and shoulders. I”m pretty pleased with how he turned out!
And for the curious – here are the other London patterns that go with him! They will be released later down the track.

London Calling Patterns

So that’s what’s been going on in my paper piecing world lately. How about yours?

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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!


22 comments:

  1. Hah - love it! Can't wait to see how Midge puts this one together.

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  2. They are cool! London themed fabric is so popular too!

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  3. My husband will love that as he is from the UK. I will have to make them for him. Well today i will start my First paperpiecing project the teapot. Depending how i get on with it i might Even do the other ones

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  4. You block is so awesome!! And you always pick the most perfect fabrics!
    Can't wait to see some more of these popping up!

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  5. What a gorgeous group of patterns. I willbe watching Craftsy for them!

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  6. These are awesome, Kristy! Love the London theme!

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  7. OMG, looooove all your London patterns!!! If you need any tester, you know my email address ;) just saying :)

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  8. Love those London patterns. Can't wait to tryit! Please let me know and I'll be happy to buy all! My email is cusypernas@gmail.com. I con't have a blog

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  9. That's a super London block!! Perfect textures!!
    And the London pattern set is fabulous!!

    Susie

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  10. Your London Bobby is terrific. The rest of the designs look wonderful too.

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  11. Those are great, I have a niece living in London at the moment, I'm sure she'd love some of those blocks!

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  12. He's fantastic - it's like the fabrics are made for him! This is a great set of patterns; your pictures look wonderful, so I am looking forward to seeing them sewn up, as they always look even better in fabric. I can see a bit of a world trip happening. London first, then Paris and New York perhaps?

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  13. Love your guard ~ you make the most amazing patterns! I especially love the taxi, bus and telephone box! So fun!

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  14. Your designs keep getting better and better!!!!!

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  15. Your guard looks great! You've chosen perfect fabric for him, the prints really work for his uniform. I love your bobby too!

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  17. I'm so lucky to have you all as friends! He arrived in the post yesterday and is gorgeous! xxx

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