Who loves BINGO?

Aunt Henri's Bingo pattern is a great way to commemorate special dates and numbers or celebrate the avid Bingo player. Numbers and Bingo chips are raw edge appliqued to simple blocks, then sashed and bordered to create your very own Bingo card! Inspired by the fabric collection Painter's Palette by J Wecker Frisch for Riley Blake Designs.





Our PDF Pattern includes 16 pages of detailed instruction, mirror imaged letters and numbers for applique, placement guide, optional embroidery guide for the center FREE square, and circle or alternate heart templates for the bingo chips.





This is a quilt pattern with endless possibilities!

We'd love to see what you make! Tag us on Instagram


Download the pattern HERE




Happy Sewing,

-AH



Remember those paper doll cut outs you played with as a kid? Recreate the fun with fabric and these vintage style fusible applique blocks! Add your own borders to make wall hangings and quilts of any size. Imagine this made out of all your children's old clothes you've been saving! This is versatile project that allows you to customize the layout to your liking.



This is the third Cut-Outs quilt we've made and this time we featured Paper Daisies by the fabulous Sue Daley. We played around with a different arrangement, lining the top with hats and the bottom with adorable shoes and matching purses showcasing all the different prints of this fun floral line.



These applique blocks are inspired by vintage children's clothing from the 1940s-1950's. Sweet little dresses, playful rompers, bucket hats, and last but not least....saddle shoes!

Boy, we do miss saddle shoes. Add a bit of colorful, decorative stitching and these articles pop! You can even go the extra mile by sewing on buttons or adding on lace collars and trims.



This pattern is a digital download and includes 12 applique patterns.

Download the pattern HERE




Happy Sewing,

-AH

Updated: May 11



WE LOVE VINTAGE!

That's the understatement of the century, right?

When we aren't busy in the sewing room, there's a good chance we're out perusing local antique malls and estate sales.

One of our estate sale "must buys" are old sewing notions. Even though we already have tons of notions at home, whenever we come across an old sewing box, jar of buttons, or stash of vintage patterns--we just can't leave it behind.


So what do we do with all these notions? We tend to keep a lot for home decor, personal projects, or just to preserve these rare gems. But when our limit is reached and it's time to destash, you'll often find these beauties in our 2nd shop. One of our favorite things to make is sewing themed junk journal kits. We love tucking in old notion wrappers, pattern tissue, buttons, lace, and whatnot into the packs. Here's some of our kits:






Aren't those fun? We also make quite a few vintage lace & trim bundles for journaling, card making, and crafts.





And lastly, we also bundle vintage patterns by era and sell them as lots!


Check out vintage items for sale in our second shop Aunt Henri Deux




Till next time,

-AH

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