///2 September 2016

2 September 2016

New Videos Every Friday

 

 

Interview with Sylvia Critcher

Catch up with Sylvia Critcher

Sylvia Critcher’s work has always been very popular on the website and in this week’s new video Sylvia talks us through the projects in her new book – Raised Quilt and Stitch. Corded and stuffed patchwork is very traditional but that doesn’t mean it’s old-fashioned. ( and we have more from Sylvia later in the month) Watch Now+

 

Raised Quilt and Stitch - Sylvia Critcher

Book of the Month

And Sylvia’s book is our Book of the Month  in September. It contains 10 beautiful corded and stuffed projects that you will enjoy making and giving from making quilts to pillow and bags to pincushions, You can then use the design section to create your own designs  It comes with FREE p&p in the UK for September 2016. Read More +

Trapunto

We have lots of patterns and kits in the shop from Sylvia, as well as skeins of trapunto wool. If you order several at the same time, then as all the items can be sent together, we do try and adjust the p&p manually after the order has been placed, depending on the size of package required to send the items (The Post Office have some very strange pricing policies for size and weight!). Just contact us for details .
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Uneven Nine Patch Template

Workshops

Jennie gives us another great workshop 
demonstration this week for the Uneven Nine Patch from Simplicity range. This two in one template does the oval and the melon arcs for the background that join the blocks together and Jennie has some great tips and ideas for you. 
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If you are inspired by Jennie, we also have the template available in the shop Buy Now+

 

Take 3 fabrics

Valerie has come up with another of her quick and easy weekend quilts for you. She takes just 3 fabrics and if you follow her workshop notes, you could finish this is an afternoon  Watch Now+

40 minute scrap quilt

And if you’re looking for a quick quilt, don’t forget our workshop that is free to all members  of Valerie’s 40 minute quilt which has been now been watched by over 620,000 people. Watch Now+

Sept Part 1 2016 trailer

What’s coming up in the next 2 weeks

Watch our latest trailer of the new videos we have for you in the next few weeks. Don’t forget, we have new videos on justhands-on.tv every Friday and you can subscribe for full access from only £7 a month. Watch Now+  

 

Enchanted Garden by Gail LAwther

Product of the Month

The Enchanted Garden stained glass pattern by Gail Lawther comprises six lovely panels. The patterns come with full-size templates and complete step-by-step instructions,so that even if you have never done stained glass work before, you have all the information you need.  As it’s the product of the month and comes with free p&p in the UK for the month of September 2016 PLUS entry into a draw for 1 months FREE subscription. More Info + 

 

Enchanted Garden Stained Glass Pattern

Giveaway for Subscribed Members

This month’s giveaway is this Sue & Sam felt kit from Daisy Chain Designs – a delightful little wallhanging with these  much loved traditional characters. Made in wool felt it means the applique doesn’t have to be turned and you can sew the pieces into place with simple blanket stitch. The kit comes complete with everything you need and makes up to 13"x 15"

Just send an email entitled Sue & Sam to  justhandsontvcomp@gmail.com.  The competition will close 30 September 2016. Read More +

Happy Sewing 
Valerie & Jennie 
www.justhands-on.tv

PS: If you’re a Kantha fan, and we know many of you are, make sure you scroll down for Angela Daymond’s NEW Kantha project book!

APRIL 2017 RETREAT

LAST FEW PLACES REMAINING

 

Weekend Retreat April 2017

Enjoy a weekend of sewing fun with Valerie and Jennie and the Lady Sew and Sew team  This is selling like hot cakes and there are only a few places left – so you need to be quick to reserve your place: Learn More+

 

New videos this month

Take 3 Fabrics with Valerie Nesbitt

Take 3 Fabrics with Valerie Nesbitt

Another quick and easy weekend quilt that you can make any size depending on the fabrics you start with.Watch Now+

Sandy Beach Row of Jennie's Stripy Stripey Story Quilt

Sandy Beach Row of Jennie’s Stripy Stripey Story Quilt

This is row 10 of her story quilt to here she uses the Long Hexagon shape together with triangles to create a straight seam. Watch Now+

EZ Quilting Joseph's Coat with Jennie Rayment

EZ Quilting Joseph’s Coat with Jennie Rayment

In this workshop Jennie shows you how to use this template which allows you to rotary cut your patchwork pieces quickly and accurately and create a stunning scrap quilt.Watch Now+

Free Motion quilting tip from Paula Doyle

Free Motion quilting tip from Paula Doyle

This great tip from Paula will get you off to a smooth start with your quilting. Watch Now+

The Mouse quilt by Gail Penberthy

The Mouse Quilt by Gail Penberthy

The true title for this awardwinning quilt is ‘The Unlikely Machine ‘ and Gail explains to Valerie Nesbitt how she thought up the design.Watch Now+

Municipal Gardens Row of Jennie's Stripy Stripey Story Quilt

Municipal Gardens Row of Jennie’s Stripy Stripey Story Quilt

This is row 9 and uses the Drunkard’s Path patch to great effect and Jennie shows you how to adapt the basic pattern too. Watch Now+

Magna Carta Quilts at Guildford Cathedral

Magna Carta Quilts at Guildford Cathedral

Throwback Thursday -Paula Doyle shows us the 8 quilts which combine history with textile expertise and you can get involved in the Thames Mosaic which runs along behind them all by sponsorship.Watch Now+

The Wordsmith

The Wordsmith – a book by Janet Clare

Janet doesn’t keep a diary – instead she stitches her memories and this book explains how. Watch Now+

Marking the border of your quilt from Paula Doyle

Marking the border of your quilt from Paula Doyle

Paula uses a pocket full of small coins to show you this great tip..Watch Now+

 
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