Thursday, October 13, 2016

Folk Art Quilted Traditions Blog Hop


When Suzy Webster asked if I would be interested in helping her 
kick off her new book...
Well, lets just say my heart skipped a beat!

Suzy has taken her love of Hungarian Embroidery and turn these 
gorgeous designs into fusible appliques.
She has combined the process of creating these blocks, 
with the speed of fusible applique.
What's not to love!
Additionally she offers great tips, including fabric selection, 
fusible types, thread and stitches.
It's a great reference book for everyone,
 from the newest of beginners to the most advanced. 


For this block, there was little planning on my part.
I turned to my Island Batik scrap bag.
Those fabulous fabrics did all the work.
Oh how we all love those "Bonus" blocks from scraps, am I right?


With my background so busy, I choose to stay with black thread
to stitch down my applique.


Finishing it off with a Churn Dash was the perfect way to 
make shine.

 The 22 1/2" square size works well as a small
wall hanging or a table topper.
(I like to attach a hanging sleeve to all my projects
for that very reason)
;-)

"Sew" don't be shy, give it a try...
You can purchase this book at
at Amazon
at Barnes and Noble
or
at American Quilter's Society

Suzy's got a fabulous give away.
I had trouble with the Rafflecopter code
So visit her and sign up to win!






I do hope you have enjoyed seeing all the fabulous 
projects my fellow blogger have done.
Here's the schedule, just in case you missed any of them.

Monday, October 10
Connie Kresin Campbell - http://www.conniekresin.com/

Tuesday, October 11
Adele Mogavero - http://adelemogavero.com/

Wednesday, October 12

Thursday, October 13
Maryellen McAuliffe - http://teachpany.blogspot.com/

Friday October 14

A big thanks to Suzy and AQS.

Keep on Stitchin'


14 comments:

  1. What a glorious quilt! Suzy's blocks are so fun and the colors you chose are so stunning!

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  2. That really is a beautiful block. I have enjoyed each of these designs.

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  3. I love the background together with the applique, so beautiful!

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  4. I love love love the orange background. And what a good idea to stitch around it in the same color since your background was so bright :)

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  5. Great colors, and I love the way you finished it.

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  6. Beautiful job! Love the marriage of the folk art center with the churn dash block.

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  7. Great color selection - gorgeous work!!!

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  8. Fantastic selection of fabric and pattern choice! Love the churn dash finish!

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  9. So bright and cheery, the colors all play together so nicely!

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  10. great block and love the black thread!! fun fun

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  11. WoW, that is beautiful and the black thread just really brings it all together. It was a great choice.

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  12. LOvely! These blocks would all be so pretty made up from our scraps. There are plenty of options with so many colors in the blocks.

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  13. This definitely is something very different! Love the look with your batiks. They really suit this style of design.
    Lovely work as always!!

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