I love working with Liberty prints, even teeny tiny pieces because they feel so special. I made this wall hanging with my new sewing room in mind – I love how the disorganised nature of composition is made more cohesive through colour and scale, and I can’t wait to hang it above my sewing machine for inspiration.
• 17 x 19 inches
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Using the template, trace five large circles, 14 medium circles and seven small circles on to the paper side of your fusible web.
Divide the Liberty prints roughly into the following colours: Pink, Yellow/Orange, Green, Blue and Purple, and cut out the following shapes from each group: Pink: one large, four medium Yellow/Orange: three medium, four small Green: two large, two medium, one small Blue: one large, three medium Purple: one large, two medium, two small.
Arrange circles following the layout in the image (or as desired) and fuse to the linen FQ following the instructions for your fusible web.
Baste wall hanging top on to the batting and backing using spray baste.
Using an appliqué stitch of your choice, such as zigzag or blanket, sew around the edge of each shape.
Press hanging corner sqs in half on the diagonal and pin to the back of the top left and right corners of the wall hanging. Bind as desired.