One Monthly Goal – September 2020

September, will be all about appliqué!

In August I pieced the center of the quilt that is on the cover of Sue Pelland’s book Hearts and More.

My goal for September will be to create the appliqué pieces for the next section of the quilt. Vines, leaves, and flowers.

The pattern calls for 330 leaves.

And several different flowers.

Petals in progress.

I’m using home made freezer paper templates which I cut using Sue Pelland’s Hearts and More template. I’m starching the edges and pressing them over the template. The freezer paper is easily removed once edges are pressed and can be used multiple times.

So, goal for September – lots of appliqué prep!

Linking to One Monthly Goal hosted by Patty of Elm Street Quilts.


4 Responses to “One Monthly Goal – September 2020”

  1. Marly Says:

    That looks like a useful way of preparing for needle-turn appliqué; I’ve never seen it before. Good luck with your goal.

  2. Deb A Says:

    Good luck with the applique prep. It is interesting to see the different way’s people prep their work.

  3. Sherrie Says:

    Awesome quilt…it will be beautiful when done.
    Have a great day!

  4. Patty Says:

    Happy sewing! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.

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