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Løper av Charm Pack

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Sy en løper ved hjelp av en hel Charm Pack og et lite stykke  lin.
Charm Pack er stoffbiter på 5" x 5" fra en stoffkolleksjon.  Som oftest er det 42 stoffbiter i en Charm Pack.  Denne pakken er fra Lappedilla i Bodø.  Jeg var litt spent på å bruke slike farger, ettersom jeg stort sett bruker mere spenstige og "stilrene" farger, men sammen med riktig interiør, ble det en koselig løper.

Få brukt alle stoffbitene i en Charm Pack Mange har nok flere Charm Packs i stoffhyllene sine som de ikke helt vet hvordan de skal få brukt.  I dette mønsteret får du brukt alle 42 stoffbitene.  Spe på med ca. 6" bomullslin og vips har du en fiks ferdig løper.

Mønsteret inneholder også tips til flere fargekombinasjoner og til en firkantet duk.

Dette mønsteret er i mønsterabonnementet hos Peggy for 2018, men kan nå kjøpes som enkeltmønster på Scandinavian Quilt Pattern.


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Grytekluter og spisebrikker som matcher din Le Creuset-gryte

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Mønster til disse fargerike gryteklutene og stilige spisebrikkene finner du på Scandinavian Quilt Pattern.  Der kjøper du den som PDF-mønster for umiddelbar nedlasting.



PC Bag quilt pattern

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Today I started on a new bag - a practical bag/purse for travelling.  Maybe I manage to finish it tomorrow.  Then I have to start writing on the pattern - in Norwegian and in English language.  That's a big job, because it's not so easy to illustrate and describe it so the sewer can understand what to do.  So maybe some times during Sunday/Monday the pattern will be published.

I consider to translate some older patterns of bags and purses - first of all this PC Bag.  It fits a Laptop measuring 17".  I sew three.  The bright and the black are sold years ago, but the red one I use when I travel.  It matches my red suitcase.



So check out Scandinavian Quilt Pattern during the Week End if you are interested in bying this e-pattern.

Summer Angles - New pattern

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It' still Winter up in the North Norway were I live and we're longing for the spring to come.  It helps with some brighter fabrics and interior.

This pattern was made 7 years ago.  It was published in Norwegian language.  Now I've translated it into English.

It's a table runner with stitchery - cute and lively girls enjoying the summer.

The pattern is available as a PDF for download on Scandinavian Quilt Pattern or on Etsy.
I'm now thinking of what should be my next pattern to translate.  Should it be a bag, a purse, a table runner or what?  Do you have any idea/wish - send med an e-mail or leave a comment.


Elisabeth Bag pattern

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"Elisabeth" - Pattern published in English on Scandinavian Quilt pattern.  It's also available on Etsy.
Norwegian language on peggy.no.

It's colourful with 5 pockets - 3 inside (mobile phone, credit card and iPad).  Outside there's pockets for passport, tickets etc. - sheltered by a flap with lock, but still easy to grab when you need them.

Elisabeth is named after the fabric collection by Tula Pink.  She designes fabrics for Free Spirit. Colorful and surprising patterns. Take a look at her web site.  The Elisabeth Collection comes in three color ranges.
Elizabeth 16th Century Selfie

It may not be easy to find these old collections in your local store, but you'll find al to of them - new and older - on eBay.

Scandinavian Quilt magazine in English

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Scandinavian Quilt magazine with patterns from Peggy.  English language.  Designed by Liv Storvik Harby.  You can by it on Joomag for only 99 NOK - (8,99 USD).  Digital version for download.

The Scandinavian style is characterized by clean lines and essential bright color palettes - Nordic expression.

My patterns are inspired by Scandinavian style in fashion, furnishing and decor.  It’s also inspired by several Scandinavian designers as you can see in some of the pictures.
I’m living in a functionalist house and some of my patterns are designed to fit in to this evironment. The patterns therefore have a kind of minimalist style.


In this issue you'll find several interesting Scandinavian designs: