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Jo Carter

  1. Patchwork Panel Cushion

    Hello again! 20160124_132152_resized_1 The end of January is fast approaching but I still have a Christmas cushion on one of our chairs.
  2. Simple Squares Cushion

    Happy New Year! 20160110_190240_resized_resized_1 I've started off my sewing in 2016 nice and gently with a super simple cushion cover that a friend has asked me to make. It's for her friend's daughter who received some decorative letter and motif sew-on patches for Christmas and wants to stitch them onto a colourful cushion for her bedroom.
  3. Mini-Quilt Christmas Gift

    Hello again! I hope you've had a very Happy Christmas and are feeling ready to welcome in the New Year later this week. I blogged last time about the mini-quilt that I was making for my Mum as a Christmas gift, the main piecing was done and it just needed a border adding and then quilting and binding. 20151227_124947_resized_2_resized You will need Dies used: Half-Square Triangles, 1 1/2in Finished Square Half-Square Triangles, 2 1/2in Finished Square Square, 3in Assembled (3 1/2in Unfinished)
  4. Reindeer Runner with Napkins

    With Christmas just around the corner I wanted to share this magazine project that I made a little while back using my Big Shot Plus and dies. The design was to centre around the stylish and festive Prancing Deer die. 20150907_105035_resized_1_resized
  5. Christmas Present Sewing: Mini-Quilt

    IMG_20151129_141949_resized_1_resized You will need Dies used: Half-Square Triangles, 1 1/2in Finished Square Half-Square Triangles, 2 1/2in Finished Square Square, 3in Assembled (3 1/2in Unfinished)
  6. Christmas Hexagons Table Runner

    Hello and welcome to my first post on the new Sizzix blog site!Christmas-hexagons Dies used: Hexagons, 1 1/4in Sides (for fabric) Hexagons, 1in Sides #2 (for papers) During the summer I decided to start a longer term English paper piecing project, something to pick up and work on as and when I felt like some slower paced and relaxing hand-sewing. The Big Shot is perfect for this sort of project as it can cut b...
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  7. Lone star mini quilt: Part 2

    Hello again!

    The Lone Star mini quilt I've been making with diamonds and half-square triangles is progressing nicely. Picking up from last time, the next stage was to make 8 large half-square triangles with each star point and 3 background sections and then to join them in pairs to give 4 squares. Dies used: Diamonds, 2 1/2in (2 3/4in x 6 1/2in Unfinished) Half-Square Triangles, 2 1/2in Fi...
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  8. Lone Star Mini Quilt

     Dies used: Diamonds, 2 1/2in (2 3/4in x 6 1/2in Unfinished) Half-Square Triangles, 2 1/2in Finished Square
    Hello again! This new Sizzix project ticks off 2 entries on my 'want to make' list. I've never made a mini-quilt before and would really like one to hang on my bedroom wall and I love Lone Star piecing designs and had yet to have a go at making one. So I'm currently making a Lone St...
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  9. Prancing Deer Cushion

    Die used: Prancing Deer
    I've been using the Prancing Deer die recently for a project that I can't blog about just yet but I really love this die and so have carried on using it to make something that I can post about! It's such a classic, stylish deer shape and perfect for some Christmas crafting - I have a plan to make some paper and card deer bunting nearer to the festive season with on...
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  10. Circles Baby Quilt: Finished!

     
    Dies used: Drunkard's Path Quarter Circle                  Drunkard's Path & Fan Background Hello again! The little man that is set to receive this baby quilt has yet to make an appearance but it is now all ready when he is!
    I've loved making this quilt. Sewing curves made a nice change, they weren't too tricky to handle and work so well on a small quilt like this...
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