Hello cute people!
It's finally the time when I can start to reveal my new patterns that will be released at Fall Quilt Market in a few weeks.
Today I'm showing you two new patterns.
First...I'd like to introduce you to
"Mr and Mrs."
A new easy applique pattern by me!
I used the 3 of the solids that are in my Daisy Cottage line...."pewter" for the sillouettes..."Hot Pink" for her collar...and "Daisy Yellow" for his.
Each are embellished with a few buttons and a little bit of embroidery.
Because I love vintage sillouette's and also vintage cameos...
I decided to applique Mr.and Mrs.
on an oval background edged with
Riley Blake's tiny white pom-pom trim!
I appliqued the oval onto Daisy Cottage mini floral in pink and then I wrapped it around a canvas frame and tied pink crochet ribbon around the edges...
I added pink tulle for a
little bit of vintage fluff!
I'm really happy with the way they turned out and they are fun and easy to make...
I will be hanging them in my little cottage above the bed in the master bedroom.
The next pattern I'm showing is
"Home Sweet Home"
it's a wall quilt and this is where
A cute little machine pieced cottage with a garden of appliqued and embroidered
daisies in the front yard:)
I made a crochet wreath for the door to
and stitched on a vintage
glass doorknob (button).
Here is a close up of the embroidery on each daisy petal...I used larger stitches and perle cotton for a fun vintage look.
On each side of the applique heart...
I embroidered swirly smoke
coming out of the chimneys...
Mr. and Mrs. are warm and cozy inside
sitting by the fire:)
They are enjoying a quiet evening
together after supper...
Mr. is reading a good book aloud while Mrs. works on her embroidery.
I used the large Daisy Cottage floral in
Pink to border the outside of the quilt... and the mini floral in yellow for
the small inner border.
I also used my trademark...
tiny white ric-rac!
not for a cord this time but for
the window sashings:)
The roof is Daisy Cottage stripe in white and the shutters are
Daisy Cottage dots in yellow.
My friend Helen Brutch quilted
"Home Sweet Home" for me...and did a
beautiful job as always!
What do you think?...would you like to see more of my new patterns?
Let me know if you do!
I'm having a quilty kind of day today and I hope you are too:)