Monday, March 19, 2018

Let's Bake Sew Along - Week Nine!!

Today marks week nine 
of our sew along...yes!

We are mainly going to be
 baking the bottom section today:)

So let's start with some yummy donuts!

You will need
 E-10   E-12   E-13 
Sew Simple Shapes 
for this block.

Trace and sew your shapes:)

You will need to 
clip the inner curves 
on the frosting before turning it.

After turning...
SHAPE and press!

Center your donuts onto
 the background to
 baste for appliqué. 
The donuts should not be touching...
but almost:)

Your block should measure 
4 1/2" x 10 1/2" BEFORE 
sewing it into your quilt.

Now for the stack of mixing bowls:)

You will need 
E-7 (used twice) 
E-8 and E-9 
Sew Simple Shapes

Run the green strip through the 
1/2" bias tape maker and
 cut it atleast 6" long

Measure 1" down from the
 top of your bowl piece and
glue baste the strip below.

Now you can sew it along with the others.

Easy peasy:)

Trim...turn...SHAPE and press.

The bottom bowl should measure 
3/4" up from the edge and the 
top bowl should measure 3/4" down.

Easy peasy and super cute!!

Your block should measure
 6 1/2" x 12 1/2" BEFORE 
sewing it into your quilt.

Let's make some spoons to 
use with the mixing bowls!

You will need 
E-18 Sew Simple Shape.

Run the strips for the handles 
through the 3/8" bias tape maker.


And press!

Press under one end of each 
spoon handle like this.

After pressing under...
each one should measure 
about 4" long.

Place the entire spoon 
1/2" from the edge of the 
background fabric on the 
top and the bottom as well.

Applique all of your cute little spoons!

They should EACH measure 
2 1/2" x 6 1/2" BEFORE 
sewing into your quilt:)

One more!!

You can sew the top part
 of section four together...

And I'm super happy to say that 
the entire section three 
can be sewn together too!!

Isn't it cute?

That also means you can sew sections
 one...two and three together as well:)


Now we only have the 
four half apron blocks
 to do until we can 
complete section four.

Next week we will 
make two of them:)

Happy Baking!!!

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