Sharing my latest finish, the patchwork block keeper with a video on how it functions here….
This is my latest finish project made using English Paper Piecing technique from the book Quilting On The Go, English Paper Piecing by Sharon Burgess.
This post contain affiliate links for your convenience and the book was given to me as a part of the tour. However, all opinion are honest and comes from me. You can find my full disclosure here.
While there are many lovely projects in the book that I just want to jump in to. I feel like this one suits me best as I needed something to keep explosion of blocks around the sewing room in one place.
I was inspired by the book Cultivate by Lara Casey while picking up the fabrics.
Love the flowery prints and the bees! (can you spot bees on the finished patchwork block keeper?)
The yellow bright print and the reds are from the Abloom Fusion by AGF. I love the combination of flower prints and bright colours.
A solid back calls for free motion quilting! I love to play around with small projects.
The finished book is huge! Love it. it can keep all my 12.5″ blocks in one place.
Patchwork Block Keeper in Action
Here is a quick video showing you how it finally looks like.
I highly recommend the book for all as it has various projects for beginners and also advanced quilters and sewist.
The instructions are clear and made pretty and organized.
All projects are just amazingly beautiful and definitely eye-candy.
Apart from quilts, there are pillows, bags, and pouches too.
Just this project alone was already so much fun for me and a quick finish. Not too intimidating too as only one block is English paper pieced – which is the cover but it made a whole big difference.
Pick up your book now and get to it 🙂
I know you want to 😉
PS, if you want to make this patchwork block keeper, I have made a printable template in my resource library. (If you are not yet a member of the library, sign up here.) Go download that and follow along the instruction from the book.
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