Kumiko Fujita's Patchwork Lesson Part 1
Kumiko Fujita's Patchwork Lesson Part 2
Ladies, check this out! In this video, Kumiko Fujita,
a Japanese textile designer/quilter/an author of several
amazing patchwork books (including Patchwork Patterns 318
that is out of print and is in HIGH demand) teaches you
how to sew a little girl block by hand-piecing.
It's very educational, easy to follow, and fun!
If you don't have spare time now, maybe you can check out
3:35 - 4:55 on the second video because that's the cutest part!
It's only in Japanese, but it's all about visual :)
I know her most famous books are really difficult to
find nowadays, but you can spot her new patchwork
patterns quite often in Japanese magazines. The pattern
she is using in the video is available in Patchwork
Tsushin No.164 and this is a part of a series called
"First of Infinity" - There will be 6 more consecutive
issues of the mag with her new pattern. Also, in
Quilt Japan Vol.141, there are more of her patterns to
check out :) Look at these cute blocks made by Doe
using the pattern! Super adorable!
Another super cute thing - The princess & the Pea
Finger Puppet Pattern by Carrie of Such Designs.
A-dor-able!!! Carrie is such a talented, lovely
artist who I became a very good friend of. I love
all her patterns, but there is something about
this finger puppet pattern that is so irresistible!
Thank you Carrie for sending me an extra copy
of this pattern for me to share with one of my friends here!
If you want to win this pattern, please leave a
comment by September 8th, next Thursday! I'll
announce a random winner on the 9th of this month :)
Have a great rest of the week!