Just about the easiest block you can put together is this months block for Little Treasures.
It goes together easily and quickly.
This is a 15-Inch block.
The artwork is from Graphics and Graphics.
This design was created in Electric Quilt v7, and Bernina Designer Plus Software. At this time, I have decided not to include the cutting files, opting instead to give you tutorials on how to create your own. I really would love to share the svg files with you and have permission to do so, but it is not possible to import the svg file in with the software such as Silhouette Studio without having to resize the svg. Because it’s to difficult to note the sizings that each svg would need to be, I’ve opted to show you how to make your cutting files from the pdf file provided for your patterns instead.
With this block, I used 100% cotton flannel for the fabric on her dress and bow.
The bow middle uses the same new technique I showed you with May and June’s block in which you do the machine embroidery right on the background block. It’s so easy to do you will wonder why you didn’t try it with May or June’s block. Ok, I’m hoping someone will someday make one of these blocks, so while you can use normal applique methods with this block, I would still love to see anyone make a block.
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I am so happy to see you all again. Today is my day for the Cya In September Blog Hop organized by Madam Samm at Sew We Quilt and cheerleader Shari, both of whom have done a wonderful job getting everything setup and ready for all of us to show our projects from over the summer.
A huge thank you to you both, I love participating in these hops, they keep me motivated and active and I love being able to share with everyone what I’ve been up to.
Note: I’ve been informed by my webhost today Monday the 15th of September, that they are migrating (transferring) the server I am on to a newer server which will mean I will need to change my DNS/IP number at my domain registrar. If you should experience not being able to access this site, it will be because the domain is switching ips to the new server. I will get those numbers updated the moment I notice the migration has taken place. Please come back in a few hours should you experience a problem.
I didn’t start on any summer projects until late in the summer, about mid August to early September actually. My main machine was out of commission and off to the shop for just over six weeks this summer, so the only way I could sew was via my embroidery machine, which is always setup to do embroidery even tho it will also do normal sewing.
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After much wait, and what probably seems like forever, the July block is now online. I know that I said I’d have this done last month, and I really thought it would take me only a day or two to have them online, but alas, I had cut the fabric shapes at the wrong size and needed to redo all of my blocks. So unfortunately, real life, and time took their toll and I’m only just getting them caught up now. August’s block is done, however I need to write the documentation for it still. Because I have a Blog Hop obligation on monday the 15th, I will shoot for getting the August block online tuesday.
Little Treasures is the artwork of Gabry from Graphics and Graphics.
This design was created in Electric Quilt v7, and Bernina Designer Plus Software.
At this time, I have decided not to include the cutting files, opting instead to give you tutorials on how to create your own. I really would love to share the svg files with you and have permission to do so, but it is not possible to import the svg file in with the software such as Silhouette Studio without having to resize the svg. Because it’s to difficult to note the sizings that each svg would need to be, I’ve opted to show you how to make your cutting files from the pdf file provided for your patterns instead.
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I know you’ve been waiting sew sew patiently for me to post July’s block. I just realized this evening that my post from last month didn’t post, so now I’m just going to apprise you of why you have no blocks. Their is no really great excuse, ever since I started this BOM, I’ve just had no success in getting them added on time each month. Last month was no exception. I had to send my Viking machine away to Rome to be fixed. It’s taken until this past Friday to return home. I could not sew whatsoever during the month. Yes, I have my Brother, but I absolutely do not like doing normal sewing on that machine of any kind and plus I don’t know the sewing side of the machine to stitch out properly on. If you know anything about sewing machines, you know you can’t just start sewing without some knowledge on getting the settings properly on these machines today. I also do not have the necessary foot to do the blind stitch.
I am hoping to have the blocks up tomorrow (Tuesday August 5, 2014) but I really expect it’s going to be Wednesday or Thursday before I get them done. Now that my Viking is home, I need to reset it up. It came home Friday night, but I haven’t been able to touch it all weekend due to obligations we had over the weekend. The blocks are cut out, ready to sew, and if all goes well, I can finish the documentation and post on time, but if I have an fixes that need to be done, their will be a delay.
The following is a preview of the August block…
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Did you know that their is three different ways to rotate in EQ? In this video, I show you all three ways to rotate in EQ. My favorite one is the third technique, which is yours?
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