September 26, 2010

Patterns: Indian Spice

Seamless Surface Patterns

Photo from September House

I can see so many possibilities with this lovely new pattern set by September House; a set of seamless designs so you can create your own embroidered fabric, as big or as small as you want. I can imagine some people picking and choosing just one of the motifs as a discrete accent on say a pillow case and others using the patterns to embroider a whole cushion cover, the possibilities are pretty endless. For me personally (I could not resist purchasing this pattern set), I plan to embroider some patchwork squares with both designs, to use in an Autumnal patchwork bag.

15 comments:

  1. very pretty, love the colours used too x

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  2. Lovely!!!
    I am feeling totally stitchy!!;)

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  3. I love paisley! This pattern is beautiful, it will have to go on my to-do list.

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  4. charming embroidery, I love it

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  5. Oh thank you so much for featuring this pattern! I have patchwork on the brain for this pattern set too. I would love to make a quilt using a mix of solid fabric pieces and pieces that had been embroidered in one of these patterns. Will I ever get a project of that size done? hmmmm... maybe a pillow instead? :D
    Thanks again!!

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  6. I just redid our bedroom in paisley, so this is perfectly timed! Love it!!

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  7. These patterns are lovely! I particularly like the colours you've used for the one on the right.

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  8. Its beautiful specialy the Paisley...

    http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/2010/09/fashion.html

    Please pay a visit there , hope you enjoy it ...Love

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  9. Gorgeous designs. I love the paisley one. It's make a lovely clutch bag or cushion... something to gaze at.

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  10. Really terrific designs, I love them! Thanks for keeping our eyes open :o)

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  11. gorgeous designs and so well stitched too!! I'm in love :)

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  12. Loving those so much - especially the paisley one!!!

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  13. outstanding work god job! Embroidery does not stop with garments.Embroidery designs is a easy  task but it needs a lot of fulfillment and sticking with to get one more impact.

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