June 3, 2012

Paper-Piecing Fun

This week I was having fun with some paper-piecing! A while back I did some pattern testing for Sew-Ichigo patterns. These sweet & simple "Kitchen Classics" are a wonderful collaborative collection of patterns by Kerry & Penny and can be purchased individually or as a set from their Craftsy Shop. I helped with editing the pattern before it was released but I hadn't actually found the time to sew some up until now. Why did I wait?!




These blocks were surprisingly quick and easy to make. The Enamel Coffee Pot & Vintage Label being the simplest, the Tea Kettle having slightly more pieces but still being very easy to assemble, and the more challenging KitchenAid which was lots of fun to make.




I would definitely recommend these sweet little blocks to anyone. Basic paper-piecing links can be found on their blog as well as free project tutorials so that you can turn your cute blocks into something even more fabulous.




Like all good patterns, these fun blocks can be made with any fabrics and still look great! The choices are endless and I have already chosen fabrics for some more Coffee Pots and Tea Kettles!


Enjoy your afternoon tea & quilted crafts :o)

19 comments :

sweetpach said...

Bon dia,

Molt bonic i original.

Raquel i Neus

verykerryberry said...

Laurraine your blocks are so delightful! The fabric selections for each section on each block is so carefully thought out- the tea kettle is melting my heart! Thankyou xxx

Leeanne said...

Very sweet.

Jolana said...

Lovely result!! J.

Cindy said...

Very cute patterns! I like the fabrics you chose too.

Amy Friend said...

The tea party within the tea kettle just kills me with cuteness! They are all adorable.

sewtakeahike said...

Laurraine! You have taken our patterns to a new level! I have to agree with Kerry, the teakettle is so well thought out and is so very perfect!!

Silvia said...

The fabrics and the grounds are beautiful! I love!! Kisses

Jeannie said...

Oh goodness those are so cute! I love all the words. The fabrics are perfect!!

Sonia Facion said...

Hi!!!

Very interesting this technique!

Their beautiful designs.

kisses

Sonia

Vintage/Marivel said...

Hello: How are you?Great work!!
Hugs

Salete said...

Adorei o trabalho em fundation, com a chaleira com o búle e com a batedeira. Parabéns. Salete.

Michèle said...

I've just discouvered your blog... All what you make is extraordinary gorgeous indeed !!!! I LOVE it all!! And I bought 2 patterns of yours... But I don't know wether you've got my email or not... You can find me through my blog in case you don't have my email.
Amitiés.

zabelle said...

oh your kitchenaid is so nice!!!
have a nice day

Silvana ( silort) said...

I'm not surprised! Everything you make is just gorgeous! I agree with Kerry and Penny: You put the patterns in a high level!!! Your fabric choice is soooooooooo amazing!
You certainly inspire all of us!!
Your brazilian flickr-friend,
Sil

Elaine said...

I really admire your work.

Flávia e Cristiana said...

Lindos trabalhos! Um abraço.

cinzia62 said...

beautiful cinzia

tudo com tudo said...

Adorei o teu blog! gosto muito de patchwork,abraços