///20 September 2019

20 September 2019

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tUDOR rOSE

Tudor Rose Part 1 with Nancy Adamek

In this jam packed workshop (and this is only part 1!) Nancy starts you off on her lovely table runner. In this workshop she takes the 45° jewel and sews it around an octagon and creates the star. She also guides you through her fabric choices, talks fussy cutting and guides you through the paper piecing process. Watch Now+ 

You can now purchase a kit, with fabrics from TIlda and Moda grunge ranges, which includes the pattern in the Shop Buy Now+
Alternatively, the pattern is available on its own to buy in the Shop Buy Now+
We also have the Octagon Acrylic fussy cutting template available in the Shop Buy Now+

owl bunting

Owl Bunting with Jennie Rayment

Have fun with these lovely Owls. You can make them your own by choosing different styles and fabrics. Plus it’s a great way to use up scraps of fabric. So, you can use buttons for the eyes and bits of ribbon for the legs and small bits of felt and fluff (stuffing/wadding). Also, why not get the kids involved as they can be hand stitched. The kids can then have fun embellishing the bunting with bits from the scrap cupboard. Watch Now+

Product of the Month

Our Product of the Month for September. is another of the  “Aunties” bag kits “Aunties Two” Camden Bag Kit. It is a beautiful zigzag stitched bag and there is no shaping required!  So the bag is very easy to make – just a rectangle for the sides and an oval for the bottom.  The kit, put together by Lady Sew and Sew just for Justhands-on.tv comes with the pattern,  a pack of 2 Craft Tex Double-sided fusible Bag Bases. a Handy handles set and Duet Fuse-ll On the Roll.  The fabric is not included. As our Product of the Month for September it comes with FREE P&P in the UK Buy Now+

And if you’d like to make it in these fabrics, then you will find Kaffe Fassett Blue Camden Strip Roll from Lady Sew & Sew in our Shop

Crossing Points

Crossing Points with Helen Howes

Another of Helen’s clever ideas using pre-cut 5″ squares (but you could take layer cakes too and subdivide them). Make a lovely quilt, turn the squares into a bag or table runners, all  easy to make and your choice. At the end too, you can trim all the blocks to be an identical size, so a great block to share and make a group quilt. There is also a free pattern download available Watch Now+

sashing

Throwback Thursday

Sometimes we are unsure of how to put the various blocks  of our quilt together. Valerie shows you a number of quilts and designs which will hopefully inspire and inform you. Traditional sampler quilts have their blocks separated by sashing. Simple quick quilts can have the squares separated by sashing. Valerie also shows you how to ensure that the vertical sashing remains in a lovely straight line across the horizontal sashing – no wobbly lines allowed!   .Watch Now+

Book of the Month

We always aim to bring you new and exciting products and this month, our Book of the Month is the new book from Nicki Trench  – Colour Block Knits . It is bursting full of 35 beautiful projects with Nicki Trench’s vibrant knitting patterns. The projects in the book are knitted with cake yarns and color wheels which are very popular and popping up everywhere at the moment.

You will need to
buy the book directly from the publishers via their 
MAKEetc website. This is why you can find the details in the Blog and not in our usual Shop,  just for this month.

As it’s our Book of the Month, the book is at a special price of £10 for our customers and you will get free P&P in the UK.
There will be a charge for p&p outside the UK. To get the special offer, click on the Buy Now link below and then when you purchase the book on the
MAKEetcwebsite, just add the code JUSTHANDS10 when you checkout. The offer is available for September 2019  Buy Now+

Jellytastic ‘Early Bird’ Special offer ends soon

Our Jellytastic weekend with Sarah Soward and Pauline Bolt in March 2020 is going to be loads of fun. You’ll get a choice of these three different skill level quilts to use up your jelly roll and/or charm packs. So don’t miss out as the early bird special discount of £25 ends on 28th September. Come and join us lots of jelly fun. More Info+

What’s coming up in September

Catch up with our latest trailer for inspiration and see what great videos, classes and workshops we have for you this month.  Watch Now+

Don’t forget, we have new videos on justhands-on.tv every Friday and you can become a paid
subscriber with full access from only £7 a month. Learn More +

Competition

Giveaway for Paid Subscribers 

Paid subscribers don’t forget to enter our September giveaway for Sylvia Critcher’s Rose Trellis cushion pattern.  This is Cushion no. 4 in a series that Sylvia designed for her Ivory Splendour series. You can see that she also sometimes likes to use coloured threads to enhance the design. Italian corded work, Trapunto stuffed work, French cording and English quilting are the techniques Sylvia uses for the pattern.

The cushion finishes at approx 17 inches square and there is a round option too. The pattern comes with full size templates.

To enter the competition just send an email entitled Rose Trellis to justhandsontvcomp@gmail.com. The competition will close 30 September 2019.

Happy Sewing
Valerie
www.justhands-on.tv

New videos this month

Crossing Points with Helen Howes

Crossing Points with Helen Howes

Helen Howes is a modern quilter who just loves to use 5″ squares, and even better if the fabric is from Oakshott fabrics. Watch Now+

Framed landscapes with Linda Seward

Framed landscapes with Linda Seward

Linda Seward shows us how she creates these lovely embellished landscapes with the help of sea shells and her computer printer. Watch Now+

Super Quick 13 Minute quilt with Valerie Nesbitt

Super Quick 13 Minute quilt with Valerie Nesbitt

Valerie Nesbitt shows you have easy it is to make a quilt top even if you only have a small amount of time and/or sewing space.. Watch Now+

Visit to the Jane Austen House Museum, Chawton , Hants

Visit to the Jane Austen House Museum, Chawton, Hants

In this visit we get to see not only the lovely coverlet sewn by Jane Austen, with her mother and sisters but also the community quilts it has inspired.Watch Now+

Transfer Painting with Mary Gamester

Transfer Painting with Mary Gamester

In this lovely workshop Mary Gamester shows us how to use both the positive and the negative templates of her snowflake to great effect to make this cushion. Watch Now+

Meet Mary Gamester at the West Country Quilt show 2016

Meet Mary Gamester at the West Country Quilt show 2016

Mary Gamester loves to use transfer paints and here she shares with Fay some of her projects. Watch Now+

Square Dance Bag with Helen Butcher

Square Dance Bag with Helen Butcher

Helen Butcher loves modern improv blocks and this is another stunning example which she has made up into a bag and as the blocks are trimmed to size at the end, this would be a super idea for a group quilt. Watch Now+

Tudor Rose table runner project with Nancy Adamek

Tudor Rose table runner project with Nancy Adamek

Enjoy learning about this lovely new EPP  table runner project from Nancy Adamek – the queen of English Paper Piecing. Nancy will be sharing the ‘how to make one yourself’ with us over a series of programmes starting in September.Watch Now+

Handpiecing A Tumbling Blocks Quilt with Valerie Nesbitt

Handpiecing A Tumbling Blocks Quilt with Valerie Nesbitt

This patchwork is  NOT over papers; instead the cut out pieces are sew together with a simple running stitch and Valerie Nesbitt  shows you how to turn the corner in the inset seam – or Y seam.. Watch Now+

Lattice Windows with Jennie Rayment

Lattice Windows with Jennie Rayment

Jennie Rayment shares with us a great way to use up some large print fabric to create this delightful lattice window effect.Watch Now+

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