Check out this vintage-y print.
Did you do a double-take? I did, when I first saw this fabric. Yep, that’s a skull nestled in the Victorian wallpaper print. Then I saw the rest of the collection, and it made perfect sense.
Wicked Eve is a Halloween-inspired seasonal selection by Timeless Treasures, featuring spooky skulls, dark bare branches, graveyard scenes, crows, and bats. Ominous dark clouds and a fortune teller print round out the blue-black toned print collection.
I’m not normally a ‘Goth girl’, but this ghoulish collection is just plain fun. Tiny skulls make up the color key along the selvedge! Check out the full collection here.
Now, this was fun!
I haven’t quite gotten the hang of Twitter, but it was great fun to open my email and find this notification:
This was a fun quilt to design and make, with such bright, cheery fabrics!
It sews up super-fast. Just make strip sets for the staggered sashings, then chain-piece the sashings, two to each block.
If you press the seams open, it gives a nifty little layered look to the seam allowances on the back–and you avoid making any bulky seams that will get in the way of quilting.
This gives me an idea for another quilt!
Be sure to check out the full pattern–available for free on The Stitch, Hancock Fabric’s blog. Enjoy!
Thanks to all who entered the Fun-Size Quilts ebook giveaway! I really enjoyed reading all your comments, and hope you give improv-piecing a try. The lucky winner is Norma Santos, who said:
“I really love the Elongated Triangles! I love geometric quilts and this appeals to my brain so much. :)”
Norma, I’ve sent your info on to Martingale, and you should be hearing from them soon! Congrats!