Finished design size ~ approximately 8” x 10 ½” when closed.
The “From the Fields” pattern includes a transfer sheet, full sized
pattern sheets and an abundance of photographic and illustrated instruction.
Carry the essentials for your sewing project, journal and stationery, or jewellery and scarves in this pretty,
personalised organiser. The front features your initial of choice and a vintage style embroidered bouquet
with dimensional fabric daisies and forget-me-nots.
OTHER DESCRIPTIVE OPTIONS
The embroidered cover has the added features of daisies and forget-me-nots cut from double-sided fabric.
The flowers are simple to create and are only partly attached to the panel. This allows them to sit up a little
from the background and cast a shadow, giving the design a dimensional quality. A third dimensional daisy
decorates the closed pocket found on the inside.
From the Fields – Organiser” has three open pockets and a closed pocket embellished with applique,
embroidery and a dimensional daisy… plenty of space to store an embroidery project, pattern, notions and
threads. A5 sized notebooks or journals also fit easily, along with other stationery and your favourite pens.
A full alphabet of decorative initials is supplied in the pattern sheets, allowing you to personalise the project
for yourself or for a gift.
REQUIREMENTS AS LISTED ON THE PATTERN COVER
Off White/Cream Fabric – A Fat Eighth – embroidery panel and pocket applique background
Blue and Green Floral Print – 30cm ( /8 yard) x width of fabric – embroidery panel borders, back panel, inside panels
Blue Small Floral Print – 30cm ( /8 yard) x width of fabric – flap pocket, central strips inside & outside, binding
Olive Green Print – 30cm ( /8 yard) x width of fabric – “open pockets”/sleeves on the inside
Thin Wadding/Batting – 12″ x 18″
White Fabric – 7″ x 8″ – dimensional fabric daisies
Light Blue Fabric – 2″ x 4″ – dimensional fabric forget-me-nots
Yellow Fabric – 2″ x 3″ – daisy centres
Threads and notions required
Stranded Embroidery Cotton g
(my 6 chosen threads are listed in brackets)
Fusible Stabiliser – A 12″ square – for backing embroidery panels
Freezer Paper – 5″ x 8″ – dimensional flowers
Fusible Webbing – 10″ square – daisy centres and dimensional flowers
A Press Stud – for fastening the flap pocket
A very fine Fabric Marker AND An erasable Fabric Marker
An Applique Glue Pen
General sewing supplies
Medium Green (Cottage Garden Threads – 206 Banksia),Yellow (to match your fabric),
Medium Pink (Cottage Garden Threads – 2205 Fairy Dust), White (DMC Blanc),
Lighter Blue – threaded backstitch around panel and pocket applique (DMC 927)
You are going to love this BOM, not only because of the gorgeous teddies in the design, but because it is bought to by an Australian fabric designer (Lynette Anderson) and an Australian pattern designer (Libby Richardson).
I do my best to stock and promote Australian products, so I've hit a double here and I love it.
There are a couple of options with the block of the month as there are pre printed blocks all ready for stitching, there is a thread pack, (which includes hand dyed ric rac, felt pieces for the flowers and stranded and perle 8 threads (also from an Australian company, Cottage Garden Threads)
Option 1. Pattern and fabrics only $25.95
Option 2. Pattern, fabrics and thread pack $34.50
Full Kit $340 Plus $14.50 postage
Set of patterns only $120
To order the Option you prefer, go through the process of ordering and leave a message in the final screen, if you have not stated which option then we will process your order as Option 2.
Postage will be $2.50 each month for 9 months, final month will be posted in an Express Post bag $14.50
Just a couple of 'teaser' blocks for you to see.
Choosing this option means you will receive a pattern every month for 12 months @$10 per month plus postage $2.50
The Thought of the Month series includes feelgood redwork designs made into simple wallhangings designed to fit a 6 - 8" wire wallhanger or table stand. Sign up to receive a monthly mailout complete with pattern, iron on transfer and all fabrics to make your wallhanging. So far Helen has designed 12 of these gorgeous little quilts, now we're waiting for more.
You can also purchase your choice of wall or table hanger/stand.
Pattern designed by Helen Stubbings