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Fresh Vintage #16 has hit the stores!

Our latest edition of Fresh Vintage went out last week! Halleluiah! Why halleluiah you might ask? Well, because its a quarterly pattern series that we do and this one was supposed to be the "MAY/JUNE" edition and it went out in the middle of July instead.... 

I can come up with some good excuses, I really can. One of them starts with Paris and ends with the Russian River, another one of them starts with Ben and ends with Ella, another one starts with my latest fabric collection designs and ends with a few new patterns in the works...


Dresden Fancy

Anyway, this issue is chalk full of goodies, starting with a Dresden Plate quilt, "DRESDEN FANCY". For those of you who are not seasoned or traditional quilters, a Dresden Plate block is one of those old traditional blocks that every quilter wants to make or at least own a vintage version of. They are beautiful and graphic and delicate all at once and over the years my desire to make one has grown until it finally dawned on me one day that I could make one without using any sewing templates! That's all I needed to get started...

Reddresdenfancy

In a method similiar to our Papillion pattern, the block comes together like a beauty!

Greendresdenfancy

or maybe this version... told you we are in love with this block!! 

  Goldendresdenfancy

The single applique block was added in for fun and interest but of course you can leave it out entirely if you prefer!

Le Figs

In this same issue of Fresh Vintage, we made these fun little pincushions for you... we thought it was time to add a new fig into the pincushion family. A long skinny greenish fig made with some of our snuggly soft Snuggle™ fabrics by MODA included in our Whimsy fabric collection. If you are interested in a simple kit of these little Le Fig figlets, email us at freshvintage@figtreequilts.com [the kit will have the Snuggle fabric, leaf & stem fabric and a couple of buttons along with the Fresh Vintage #16 issue for $15 plus standard shipping]. 


Fig


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The issue also has one of my favorite summer salads/meals and something we make around these parts often in the summer months. Its basically our version of the Greek Tabouli salad but with all of our favorite summer veggies and a ton of great flavor including feta, pinenuts, peppers, tomatoes and more!

Tabouli

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Talk to you soon. More Paris tomorrow!

  

Comments

It was worth the wait! I love Dresden Plate and what fun adding a single applique block.

Love the dresden plate block and also love the idea of adding in a fun applique' block as well! It will be interesting to see how this is made without a template...and fun to make as well! Love the pincushion too!

I love the little figlets.

Okay, so I should probably finish this darn (gorgeously wonderful) Cherry Delight quilt before I indulge in some little figlets...right??? or I should just throw all caution to the wind and click that Order Now button!!! *sigh* you know you got me with the feta and pinenuts in the salad!!

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