Sunday, 18 September 2011

'Jar shelf' MQ and a free PP pattern


I made it some time ago. A mini quilt for my kitchen. 

First draft of the pattern was already made ages ago (the idea came from a honey jar) but I didn't have time to sit and sew something out of it. I was atracted by the idea od the jars on the shelves, so I've sewn nine jars in rainbow colours and placed them on three shelves. I aded little satin bows to each jar (except the dark grey one, this one has a button; reason for it is simple - I don't have dark grey satin ribbon :) ) and hand stitched around each jar with different embroidery threads.

Mini quilt do kuchni. Wzor mialam juz przygotowany wieki temu (inspiracja byl sloik z miodem z jakiegos zdjecia). Kazdy sloik ma mala satynowa kokardke pod zakretka (tylko ciemny siwy sloik nie ma kokardki, tylko guziczek; powod jest najprostszy z mozliwych - nie mialam ciemnej siwej tasiemki). Kazdy sloik jest recznie przepikowany dookola kolorowa mulina. 





You can downlowad the free pdf file with the jar pattern HERE.
I also uploaded it on google docs HERE

[sorry for the previous link which needed login on scribd web. I changed the link now - should work fine]

Darmowy wzor w formacie pdf mozna sciagnac TUTAJ.
Plik jest tez dostepny przez Google docs TUTAJ

[przepraszam za poprzedni link - wymagane bylo zalogowanie na stronie scribd, zeby sciagnac plik; zmienilam strone, teraz powinno dzialac bez problemu]


(the pattern slightly changes in the upper part from the jars on the pictures ; I corrected it after sewing this mini quilt).

The jar pattern is perfect for the kitchen items - MQ, potholders, coasters, tea towels, etc. I would love to see what you have created using this pattern - if you will have any photos you can email them to me, or link to your post in a comment or upload them to my flickr group pool.

Wzor rozni sie odrobine od sloikow pokazanych na zdjeciach (po uszyciu tego quiltu poprawilam go troche w gornej czesci). Z jego uzyciem mozna uszyc rozmaite kuchenne drobiazgi - mini quilty, podkladki, lapki, etc. Bardzo bym chciala zobaczyc rzeczy uszyte z wykorzystaniem tego wzoru (jesli sie na uszycie czegos zdecydujecie) - bede wdzieczna za zdjecia albo link do postu na blogu.

37 comments:

  1. smakowite są te Twoje słoiki :)
    A ja mam pytanie techniczne: Czy pikowanie ręczne to jest po prostu tak zwany ścieg za igłą czy fastrygowy czy jeszcze w imię innej koncepcji się go robi??

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  2. Your jar quilt is SO lovely! Thank you for sharing the pattern!! I found you through Sew Many Ways blog.

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  3. This quilt looks marvelous!!!I love it and THANKS for the free pattern!!
    Hugs from Brasil!

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  4. I adore this!! The embroidery that surrounds each is so lovely!

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  5. I think this is so fun. I am going to try it.

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  6. Your jar quilt is absolutely beautiful! This would really be fun to paper piece, love your fabric combinations!

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  7. Soooo sweeet))))beautiful quilt)))

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  8. Wspaniała makatka!
    Myślę, że ten guziczek to nawet dodaje smaczku!
    Jest przecudna!
    Jesteś wspaniałą artystką!

    Dziękuję za wzorek!

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  9. This is just adorable! It will make a sweet Christmas present for my neighbor. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. This is fabulous! Thank you for sharing your amazing talent!

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  11. cute cute cute! thanks for the pattern! hopped over from sew many ways :D

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  12. This mini quilt is absolutely adorable! I've never done this type of pieceing before, but I'm definitely going to give it a try!

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  13. Love your quilt and thank you so much for the jar pattern too!I haven't tried paper piecing before but I like the look of this one.

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  14. I love your blog! I found you through Flickr, you favoured my white raven. So I took a look at your photo's and here I am, enjoying !
    If you like , check my blog: http://pipspoppies.blogspot.com/

    Helen

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  15. This is so cute! Thank you for sharing this pattern with us. I see some future jars in my kitchen :)

    Susanne

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  16. Śliczności - chętnie skorzystam (jeśli czas pozwoli) :-)

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  17. What a beautiful little quilt - love the colors!

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  18. Rewelacja! Świetne te słoiki! :-))

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  19. I am sweet on you...everyone of your lovely jars too...you are in ????
    we need you for a tutorial soon...

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  20. Would LOVE it if you would link this project up at my turquoise lovin' party going on right now!! http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2011/09/turquoise-lovin-5.html

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  21. Śliczna praca :-)
    Następna (do kolejki), którą bym chętnie uszyła :-)Tylko tego czasu coś za mało ...

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  22. Great job! Bardzo mi sie podoba. I am your new follower

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  23. Adorable. How kind of you to share the pattern. I'd love to make one.

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  24. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing the pattern! So sweet of you!

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  26. Tutorial zgrany na dysk, teraz zaczne myslec nad doborem materialow :) Przepieknie prezentował by sie w kuchni mojej mamy, chyba zrobie jej prezent :) Pozdrawiam! No i dodaje bloga do obserwowanych.

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  27. How beautiful your panel, you always surprise us with beautiful work, really a great artist! I love the color the ornament with ribbon, everything. It would be an abuse I use a similar idea to take advantage of oriental fabrics that I have here?

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  28. Thanks so much for sharing the pattern....another project has been added to my "To Do" list

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  29. this is fabulous. thanks so much for sharing.

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  30. This is just darling. Thanks for sharing!

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  31. This is lovely.Thanks for sharing!

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  32. I really like your jars, thanks so much for sharing your pattern.

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  33. I hope you do not mind but I took your picture of the jars and put if on my blog because I actually made the jar quilt and am posting today. If you want me to take it down, I will.
    www.bejeweledquilts.blogspot.com

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  34. Hi, I just downloaded your free jelly jar pattern. Thank you for sharing it. https://tunaquilts.wordpress.com/

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