Friday, May 10, 2013

Interlude Three Ways

We're back with some more project inspiration to get you sewing, this time featuring Michele D'Amore's Interlude collection! 

Take-Along Tote
First up, as we approach summer, it's definitely tote season. From a tote to carry supplies to a quilting class to a beach bag, you can never have too many big bags! One of Melanie's favorite totes had seen better days, so Joanie made the bag below, a similar size but with more structure. 
"Take-Along Tote" designed by Melanie Greseth and Joanie Holton;
featured in Simple Quilts Spring 2013

Find the project kit here.
Find Simple Quilts & Sewing here.

Sweet Interlude
The "Sweet Interlude" quilt, also designed by Melanie and Joanie, features six-patch rows mixed with large cuts of floral fabric. Joanie says that "though this line has a modern flavor, it also has a sweet, peaceful feel to it..." which shines through in this welcoming quilt.
"Sweet Interlude" designed by Melanie Greseth and Joanie Holton;
featured in The Quilter magazine, April/May 2013.
Find the quilt kit here.
Find The Quilter Magazine here

Hearth & Home
This quilt has a surprisingly modern feel for something inspired by the old brickwork in Melanie's bedroom fireplace (how cool to have a fireplace in your bedroom!). Melanie challenged Joanie to figure out the pattern, and the results are right on the pages of Quilt magazine. 

Find the project kit here.
Find Quilt magazine here.

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