Over the weekend, this showed up.
I always feel ridiculously happy to see it and this bundle has not disappointed.
In this post, I discussed my top 10 reasons to love being a member of the Liberty Society. I also mentioned a block I was going to make. I have not begun as of yet. I’m just not positive about it. I’ve been thinking and thinking about what to do for my next Liberty Tana lawn quilt. And the thing is that I already made this quilt which was a massive amount of low volumes, and for my next liberty quilt, I thought make it more Liberty and a little less low volume. Something saturated in those lovely tiny florals.
Liberty Tana lawn has a delicate look about it, but after making a quilt with it, I have found that it’s not that delicate at all. It’s a very sturdy fabric and works for both quilts and apparel. The drape on it however, might make it easier to make curve blocks. Or so I’m thinking.
Is anyone in the know on this?
Y’all, I am having the hardest time learning to sew curves. I’ve watched all the videos and took in all the tips, but for the life of me can’t quite get it. It either comes out wonky or has a pucker on the seam line. I keep trying and trying and I’m just not getting it.
I created this whole board to inspire me to get a move on and learn. I’m working at it.
I bought some templates for some drunkards path blocks. I’d really like to master that block before moving on to making the quilts with curves that I really want to make.
Maybe that’s exactly what I should be doing with these fabrics?
A whole quilt of drunkards paths in Liberty florals. I think I would really like that. Something like this below, I think.
I get so excited to learn something new. Don’t you?
This post is brought to you by Ava & Neve
There are two ways to join. There is the Ava option – you get (10) 9×13″ cuts each month for $30 (in the US this currently works out to around $24. This is the club I am in). There is also the Neve option – you get (10) 9×26″ cuts for $60. A bundle shows up each month to shower you with happiness, freely shipped.
A very popular thing to do with Liberty fabrics is to use them for EPP. Ava & Neve also sells many kits and patterns for English paper piecing with your Liberty fabrics. You can find more details all the patterns here.