Hello everyone! Today I thought I would share with you what I made for the Therm-o-web booth at the Quilt Market that is going on now in Portland, Oregon... wish I were there. First up is a dish towel...
I used a Small Dresden Plate die from Sizzix to make the flower. I just trimmed each blade down to fit the size of flower I was wanting and appliqued each petal onto my towel with some HeatnBond Lite.
I then used some SpraynBond Fusible Adhesive Spray to adhere a vintage doily down in the center of my flower as well as a circle in the middle of the doily.
Lots of ruffles and lace to complete the bottom of the towel. Next, is an apron... I used a pattern from this book.
I again used my SpraynBond Fusible Adhesive and to put the flower doily down and then used some HeatnBond Lite to add the leaves and "made with love" label.
The gorgeous fabric is by the one and only Pat Sloan! I remember when I was putting these projects together how rainy it was but, the fabrics made it bright and cheery inside.
You can see more Quilt Market projects from other Designers by clicking HERE.
Thanks for stopping by today...