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Quilt top pattern 'Mirror'


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  • Blocks On Point
  • Classic Blocks
  • Quilt-As-You-Go

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Pattern Details

I love to combine tradition with contemporary designs. I designed this wall hanging using powerful colours that can speak for themselves. It seems to be a simple design and IT IS which makes it such an eye catcher and a perfect wall hanging. The tutorial includes a colour your own grid, colours are soooo personal. Use it and make it your own, but don't forget to share it with me on IG tag me @martinalatimer_atsarahs with #mirror. I am always so excited to see what people make with my tutorials, it is truly a never ending story of beautiful things. And if you can't get enough of it and want to make a quilt out of it. No problem, the instructions for that are also in this tutorial.

Recommended with this pattern

  • patchwork and quilting equipment
  • Fabric measurements: Winter white (1,25yd), carrot (1fq), pink (1fq), pomegranate (2fq), jade (2fq), binding (0,40yd), backing (1,25yd), wadding

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Martina Latimer
Martina Latimer
Hello, here is a little story for you about my personal background and why I do what I do. I grew up in the beautiful Austrian countryside and moved to Vienna after school. There I worked, studied, met my husband and had our son. Our journey as a young family took us from Vienna to London and eventually Australia to settle. I have a Masters in Business Administration and I worked in Vienna in different industries such as FMCG, NGOs, Chinese Medicine and Aviation. Although my work was mostly very interesting, I realized something was missing: working and creating with my hands. I needed to touch and hold my work. My husband was a strong supporter of me finding what I love and he accompanied me on my journey from knitting to crochet to felt work to patchwork. I saw a ‘cathedral window cushion’ and fell in love. I tried one and after a whole day’s work I had my first cushion. I was addicted to patchwork. I quickly moved on to quilts and other designs and had a few private customers who asked me to design and make customized home textiles. The dream of running my own home textiles business was born. I kept training myself on various techniques by watching online tutorials, filled sketchbooks with designs and did a lot of sewing. Although I am mostly self taught, I attended masterclasses by Kaffe Fassett in Vienna, by Jenny Haynes from Papper Sax Sten in London and online courses by Jenny Doan, Leah Day, Sarah Fielke, Nancy Smith etc… I basically never stop learning, so you might find me in classes here and there to learn new skills. When my son was born I quit my corporate job with the intention of starting my own business after my maternity leave. We decided to move to London and I felt ready to start what I called ‘at sarah’s’. I offered bespoke home textiles, started my journey at various arts and crafts markets, pop-up shops, a craft trade show and I became an active member of the Muswell Hill Creatives. I started teaching at craft shops, the London Met University and the Sutton College. I was over the moon to hear from magazines such as ‘ELLE Decoration’, ‘The World of Interiors’ and ‘GQ’ that they were keen to feature my work in their magazines, that was truly something I did not see coming. I had a rather good time in the UK! A new chapter in my life started with our move to Australia. I have based my business in Brisbane and I hope to meet you in one of my workshops or help decking out your home with customised home textiles. Get in touch, just say