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Book: Patchwork Embroidery

Book cover

I have been so busy I forgot to share the news!

The latest Aimee Ray’s book Patchwork Embroidery was released in November 2016.

I contributed 3 projects to the book. I designed and made the projects and worked with Aimee on the art work.

All the projects have a patchwork component as well as embroidery.

Have a look at my projects. Which one do you like best?

A lunch box

Lunch box

A tic-tac-toe board

This one is my favourite and the easiest to make of the 3.

Tic tac toe board

Australian animals baby book

Baby book

The book is beautiful, as all Aimee’s books are. I totally recommend it – disclaimer: I’m not making any money out of this book because I made the projects on commission.

The stitches I used are very simple. You can learn them with this video:

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  1. They all look well made. I don’t need a lunch box or baby book but I like the tic tac toe game. I’ve seen different tutorials for this game and they never seem to mention that players needs 5 ‘counters’ each. Your fabric choice is good though 🙂

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  2. I love the lunch bag. If I brought it to work, I would want to leave it out on my desk to be admired!
    I bet a lot of work went into the animal book.
    As already mentioned, your fabric choices were inspired.

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  3. The animal book was quite a bit of work because I had to work out everything. First time items always take longer 😊


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