Hey bag makers! As we speak we’ve a enjoyable round-up for patterns you should utilize along with your Andrie Designs creations! After we launched the Made for Me Stitching Machine Cowl in 2017, a lot of our testers (and Lisa) used quilt blocks on the duvet. We are sometimes requested the place we received these patterns so in the present day we’re sharing our favorite retailers to seek out your subsequent basis paper piece sample on your subsequent bag!
Considered one of our favorite retailers is Quiet Play from Kristy Lea. Her stunning Geometric Stitching Machine Paper Pieced Sample was used on the Made for Me Stitching Machine cowl! Her patterns are delightfully vibrant and have a great deal of geometric shapes and factors! She has quite a few paid and free patterns. You could find her store by tapping right here Quiet Play.
A private store favorite of mine is Unicorn Harts! Joanne creates a number of the most lovable animal patterns that make nice accents to any bag or quilt! I personally have made quite a few Sweet Cats they usually go collectively so splendidly! You may free and paid patterns in her store. Discover her store at Unicorn Harts in the present day!
Piece By Quantity Quilts
At Piece by Quantity quilts, you will discover some distinctive floral and animal basis paper piece patterns. Beth is unimaginable at taking uncommon shapes and turning them into stunning patterns. She additionally has quite a few Celtic designs that may look nice on a bag! Discover her store at Piece By Quantity Quilts.
Pitcher’s Boutique has some wildly detailed and distinctive designs good for individuals who are well-experienced in basis paper piecing. They’ve quite a few movie-themed designs and artistic animals as properly. Try Pitcher’s Boutique in the present day!
FaveQuilts.com is a user-friendly quilting web site and neighborhood that gives over 5,000 free quilt patterns. They’ve historically pieced patterns in addition to basis paper pieced ones. Head on over to Fave Quilts to seek out your subsequent quilt sample in the present day!
Have you ever ever mixed quilting along with your bag-making? Should you haven’t tried it but, try our sequence Quilt Me A Bag to see the quite a few patterns that look fabulous with quilted accents.