Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Apples, Apples, Apples For ThermOWeb's BOM

I'm more of a cookie and donut kind of gal, but a really sweet apple is a pretty
good substitute. My stack of apples for ThermOWeb's BOM includes my favorite
red and yellow apples, but that green one is a bit too tart for me.

Posted on the ThermOWeb blog today

Creating and sewing this block of apples for the Therm O Web block of the month was easy. 
Therm O Web EZ Print Lite Sheets make appliqueing so easy. All it takes is an inkjet printer
 and your designs are ready for to be ironed on the fabric. No tracing!

What you’ll need:
Oliso Purple Iron (purple makes everything more fun!)

5-6 fabrics for apples

I used Northcott's Canvas fabrics by Deborah Edwards to make the apples.

You can find the pattern for APPLES in my Craftsy store HERE.


tink's mom said...

If I'm gonna eat apples I want them in a pie but if I wanted to admire apples I'd choose to admire your wall hanging. Great job.

Needled Mom said...

That's really cute and perfect for fall arriving so quickly.

Anonymous said...

Hi Carol what beautiful work,reminds me i need to stew some apples today xx

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Same as Selina....pie for me!! But yiur piece is lovely

Soma @ inkTorrents.com said...

Sadly I can't eat raw apples. I can only eat them in desserts :D
Your block of apples looks wonderful! Love the design and perfect fabric selection.


Susan said...

That's a great block! I'm going to have to get some of the printable stuff, because I'm tired of tracing. LOL

Rosemary B❤️ said...

Carol, this is beautiful. I love apples

Edie said...

Love this. Thank you!