I’ve designed the blocks to be very quick and effective for a single project or used in multiples to create a stunning quilt. There is no foundation piecing and all the blocks are designed to be chain pieced to speed things up when making multiple blocks. As the patterns are in pictorial format there is very little written instruction, as such the patterns are suitable for people with at least a basic knowledge of patchwork techniques.
I’m delighted that the pattern testers all enjoyed the pictorial format of the Easy Peasy Wonderland blocks pattern. Maria and Trash had tested the Easy Peasy Christmas Sampler for me previously so they knew what to expect and weren’t disappointed. Phew! It’s always a bit nerve-wracking sending patterns that I’ve designed out into the wild so I’m always relieved to receive positive feedback.
This time around I have prepared patterns for the individual blocks as well as a combined pattern so that if there is a particular block that takes your fancy you’re not committed to having to buy all of the blocks. All of the blocks have a colouring sheet for testing colour placement before cutting into precious fabric!
The Eat Me block pattern contains the block in two sizes 6″ and 12″.
The Drink Me block pattern also contains the block in two sizes 6″ and 12″.
The Flamingo block pattern contains the instructions for a 12″ block.
The Top Hat block pattern contains the instructions for a 12″ block.
The combined pattern has all four of the blocks and the suggested block layout for the quilt top I’m making. It’s also available with a saving of £1.50 compared to buying each of the blocks separately. Who doesn’t love a bargain?
I’m still plugging away at my Easy Peasy Wonderland Quilt so it’ll be a while before I can show you my finished project so here’s a little progress shot.