Well known for her Celtic knotwork designs for applique, sashiko, embroidery and quilting, Scarlett also enjoys designing delightful scrap quilts based on traditional patterns. She brings a unique ...
Well known for her Celtic knotwork designs for applique, sashiko, embroidery and quilting, Scarlett also enjoys designing delightful scrap quilts based on traditional patterns. She brings a unique perspective to these redesigned classic patchwork patterns, keeping the vintage look but using easier techniques for the construction.
All of Scarlett's e-patterns contain clickable links to Galleries showing more samples of each design and pictures of completed projects made by quilters who have purchased her patterns. Links are also provided for you to buy specialty notions like bias bars, fusible bias tape makers, preprinted Celtic knot blocks for embroidery or sashiko, thimbles, needles and other specialty items.
This pattern features 3 different interlace designs for applique or hand embroidery. For the applique version, make your bias strips from three different fabrics that coordinate with the border fabric, pulling the colors from the multicolor print you've chosen. Detailed instructions are given for making sewn bias or fusible bias.
If you're making the embroidered version, use the stem stitch, twilling stitch or other embroidery stitches to embroider the 3 blocks that will be set together with a pleated flange, lattice strips and border. Please click on the blog entry or news article link for the embroidered version supply list.
Use traditional methods to make this tablerunner, plus learn about the innovative technique of Inklingo! Buy the Inklingo for San Kamon Collection and instead of tracing, print the three designs on fabric using your inkjet printer.
The blog entry or news article link will take you to the San Kamon Gallery page, which has more sample pictures and a link to the Inklingo San Kamon Collection. See one of the designs done in Sashiko and another design done in crayon and embroidery!