Fussy Cutters Club Blog Hop

Fussy Cutting is a great way to showcase your favourite fabrics either as a repeative feature or a solo feature fabric and my gorgeous friend Angie from GnomeAngel has this week released her long awaited Fussy Cutters Club Book.


Firstly Angie and I met a few years ago during a Brother Australia project we were both working on and we instantly hit it off and we are even born on the same day a mere 11 years apart! I was lucky enough to get sneaks of the projects whilst Angie was working on this book and am so immensely proud to be part of this Blog Hop and also to share my Sweet Little Pretties version of a project


Fussy Cutters Club is a 14 project collection featuring Angie’s signature Fussy Cutting including an intense boot camp on beginners Fussy Cutting featuring how to, the perfect tools to help you create your own piece of GnomeAngel greatness.


I am lucky enough to be part of the Blog Hop for Fussy Cutters Club and chose the Nine Patch Pot Holder to recreate with my own Sweet Little Pretties spin.

I used a gorgeous watermelon fabric I had in my stash as I wanted something food related to be in my kitchen. I used some contrasting blues and greens to compliment the colours of the watermelon fabric.

The instructions were clean and easy for follow for sewers of all levels and provides the skills to create your own arrangement of pot holders for every occasion, these are also a great Christmas present!


The Fussy Cutting options are endless and even improvise with different designs as shared throughout Fussy Cutters Club.

This book is a must have for all sewers as it is full of tips and tricks for beginners to confident sewers and features an arrange of 14 projects from the Nine Patch Pot Holder to the Inception Squared Quilt.

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Fussy Cutters Club tutorials are amazingly in-depth compared to other craft books I have received or purchased. Each tutorial features

– a full page title with a feature image of the project

– recommended skill level

– detailed materials list

– cutting chart

– template

– construction and assembly instructions

– construction pictures

– tips and tricks

– finishing instructions

You will not be disappointed with the amazing projects featured, you will be diving into your stash of fabrics perfect for fussy cutting.

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Wanting to see more projects?

The great news is there is a great series of bloggers that have jumped onto the Fussy Cutters Blog Tour featuring a new different project from the book.

7 October 2017 – C&T Publishing

8 October 2017 – Lisa @ Sweet Little Pretties

10 October 2017 – Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts

12 October 2017 – Kerry @ Kid Giddy [GIVEAWAY]

14 October 2017 – Cat @hellofromcat

16 October 2017 – Molli Sparkles [GIVEAWAY]

18 October 2017 – Peta @ She Quilts A Lot

20 October 2017 – Kirsty @ Bonjour Quilts

22 October 2017 – Nicole @ Snips Snippets

24 October 2017 – Bernie @ Needle & Foot [GIVEAWAY]

26 October 2017 – Kristy @ Quiet Play

28 October 2017 – Lucy @ Charm About You

30 October 2017 – Sandy @ UpStairsHobbyRoom [GIVEAWAY]

1 November 2017 – Raylee @ Sunflower Quilting [GIVEAWAY]

3 November 2017 – Bec @ Skyberries

4 November 2017 – Angie @ GnomeAngel

 

There is also a dedicated website for all your Fussy Cutting needs hosted by Angie including a shop to purchase your own bundle.

Thank you Angie for asking me to be part of your amazing book tour, I am so incredibly proud of all the hard work you put into your first book and look forward to being alongside you for the second.


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