Sunday, October 27, 2013

"A Is For Annabelle" Book Project

I've started another fabric book with panels
from a line of fabric by RJR Fabrics.  These panels
replicate Tasha Tudors book "A Is For Annabelle" and
were actually designed for a quilt, but I have decided
to make them into a patchwork block book.
One panel has the letters A thru M, the
other panel has N thru Z.
I have these coordinating fabrics.
The blue blocks.
The pink blocks.
I actually have duplicate panels so I'm making
2 books.  It's turning into a big project!  I will
take photos along the way and keep you posted.
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For some reason my tutorial on the blanket
stitch didn't show up on my blog roll.  That's
my error,so here's a link in case you missed it.
Blanket Stitch

8 comments:

  1. This will be a fun project to watch developing. I love the colors and soft illustrations.

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  2. What a great project! I have many of Tasha Tudor's book, including this one. Wouldn't it be fun to make an Anna Belle doll, her wardrobe and all...

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  3. What a sweet idea! Cant wait to see it all finished!

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  4. I'm happy to see you crafting again Sherri, it is good for the soul. I love Tasha Tudor's illustrations and have several of her books.

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  5. Just curious, how much of the pink, blue and pink on white print fabrics did you need for one of the books? I think this is a great idea, glad you put them on here to see. Teresa

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  6. Teresa, Here is the down loadable link on RJR Fabrics for the A Is For Annabelle Book, it should give a break down of fabrics amounts required. I just used the fabric amounts I had, and did my own thing. You will see my book is a little different.
    http://www.rjrfabrics.com/media/filer_public/42/9f/429fd32d-45e6-4f7f-95a3-667a2649187a/tmpimportfilesfullb03c93e4c9a49d1bafce1aba70a630815929e2af.pdf

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  7. I am looking for the fabric of thealphabet letters for A is for Annabelle. Do you please, please have some that I may purchase? I've looked everywhere.
    Denise Miller
    clthdol@aol.com

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