English Country Garden BOM – Block 12 – Clematis

I’m so sorry I’m running late – again – I feel like I’m treading water a bit rather than making progress and I have my fingers in more pies than I actually have fingers ūüėČ Thank you for your patience.

This is the last block!!!

This pattern is free to download from Craftsy until the next blog post (maybe a tad later) which is due 6th April where I will go through assembling these blocks into a top with cute borders, etc right here on this blog. Previous templates are available if you missed out, see the bottom of this post or email me for details. I am also now starting to compile all of the patterns to be available in bulk and this will be on sale with the top finishing instructions sometime next month.

BOMclematiscover Click here to download

This pattern includes the same instructions for applique as before, and the same instructions as the Dahlia block for the background, but with new templates for the clematis. The instructions are: making bias tape, turned edge and raw edge machine applique, piecing the inset circle background, thread choices and the pattern in standard and mirrored formats depending on which type of applique you opt for.

I’m on the end of an e-mail if you get stuck, just leave a comment here or email me.

For previous posts on the BOM, please click the button below. Don’t forget to share your photos in the Flickr group!

BACK PATTERNS
You can get all of the previous blocks from any of these three locations at a price of $2 each.
Etsy
PAYHIP
and Patterns to Print

The free pattern will continue to be available through Craftsy initially but is¬†removed after the free period is over since they’re unable to support the new daft EU VAT rules.

4 Comments

  1. Posted March 4, 2015 at 4:57 pm | Permalink

    I tried growing Clematis in the garden and it well it didn’t work! A fabric version could be just what I need!

  2. Posted March 4, 2015 at 6:41 pm | Permalink

    Wow, are we at the last block? I’ll have to get a move on and do the dahlia at the same time (and finish off the marigold). Thank you for all your hard work.

  3. Posted March 4, 2015 at 7:59 pm | Permalink

    Ohhhi love the look of this one!

  4. Posted March 5, 2015 at 12:48 am | Permalink

    This is a lovely block. I’m looking forward to seeing these blocks all together ūüôā

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