I had the privilege to test another paper piecing pattern from Esther at iPatchandQuilt- Venice!
I’ve never been to Venice, but I love that her inspiration was historical architectural elements.
Since as I have been posting about all week, I’ve been bitten by the holiday bug, I wanted to use traditional holiday colors- red and green! And since the pattern lent itself to being interpreted as a wreath, I went with that.
This is a great pattern, easy to follow, no tiny pieces, and comes together pretty quickly. And it comes in a wide variety of sizes, which I love. I also love the monochromatic versions some of the testers did.
Check it out and show off your stuff!
Hello people of the internet-
I have gotten to do a good bit of Christmas sewing lately. Some for gifts, some for sales, and some just for me!
One project I saw and loved and wanted to try immediately was the That Red Cup pattern from Tessa Williams.
Tessa Williams’ Sample of That Red Cup Pattern
It helps that she used several of my favorite fabric lines in the sample I saw (Tinsel from Cotton and Steel and Botanics from Carolyn Friedlander)!
So I whipped up a couple. If you are comfortable with paper piecing, they go very quickly. It’s an easy and fool proof pattern. And FREE on Craftsy! Can you believe it?! Happy holidays, indeed.
And of course, after sewing a couple, I had to treat myself to a beverage from the home of the red cup, itself.
I’ve done more sewing, but will share that over the next week or so!
Plus I ended up being commissioned to make 16 of the Roam zippered pouches, haha. Ho ho ho!