Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Doctor Who Stitch Along Week 7

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It's Week 7 of the Doctor Who Stitch Along and we have just five more patterns to share from our Stitch Along Designers!

We'd like to take this opportunity to invite you, yes YOU, to become a designer for the Doctor Who Stitch Along celebrating 50 years of our favorite Doctor by sharing your own Doctor Who-inspired embroidery designs! Here are the details:

The Doctor Who Stitch Along Design Invitational
  • Design an original Doctor-Who themed hand embroidery pattern to supplement the Fandom In Stitches Doctor Who Stitch Along designs (all 12 designs will be online by July 31, 2013).
  • Patterns can be 3" - 8".
  • Test your pattern and take a photo. Only tested patterns will be included on the here on FiS.
  • Post your stitched design and a link to your PDF pattern* in our flickr group no later than Monday, August 5, 2013. (*If you don't have your own blog or website, not to worry, just email your pattern to ofenjen@fandominstitches.com and we'll post it here!)
  • PDF patterns can be hand drawn or created using graphic design software. For more information see Be A Designer.
  • Tag your flickr photo "DWSAL DESIGN" so we know to include it on the website.
  • On Wednesday, August 7, 2013, all Design Invitational patterns will be posted right here on Fandom In Stitches to share with our quilting community!
  • Submitted designs will be included in special drawing, prize to be announced!
  • Questions? Leave them in comments!
And now, on with the show!

Please welcome The Seventh Doctor!
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Designed by Kristel Carnahan
7 1/2" hand embroidered

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Kristel's block stitched with chain & back stitch. Stitch as desired. 

Need to learn to hand embroider? Not to worry, it's easy peasy and you just need a few tools! Fandom In Stitches recommends Jenny Hart's amazing tutorials over at Sublime Stitching! Want more? There are oodles of great videos on YouTube and we've created a playlist just for you!
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FQ Prize
Like awesome FREE fabric?  Kristel will be giving away nine fat quarters from the Lunar Landing colourway of Lizzy House's Constellations (above). Finish stitching all twelve embroidery designs and post a photo to the FiS flickr group by Monday August 12 to be entered to win!

  
We love the Doctor so much, we gave him his own pattern page!


sample block

Sash your blocks each week and make a quilt like the one in our sample! See Week One for fabric amounts and sashing instructions for finished blocks.   Block Layout 1 (odd number weeks)
Use this layouts for all odd numbered weeks: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11

A quick tutorial on making the faux mitered corners:
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Amounts listed do not include final quilt borders.

The Doctor Who Stitch-Along (DW-SAL) is a combined effort of the following designers. Show them some love!
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prize 
In addition to our usual monthly flickr prize, we will also be awarding a fun pack of DMC embroidery floss to one Stitch-Along participant per month! Actual thread may vary. Share photos of your Doctor Who Stitch-Along blocks with our flickr group to win! One entry per block. Only photos posted to flickr are eligible to win. Shared photos are also eligible to win our regular monthly prize. Winners chosen the last Tuesday of the month.
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4 comments:

  1. OOooo can't wait to see what designs others come up with!
    ~Mari-Ann

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    1. I know! I'm excited to see that too - I'm torn between expanding the size of the quilt and keeping it small so I can hang it easily. Extra patterns would be a great way to get the size up to bed or at least a roomy lap size.

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  2. Oh, I love this design! Great job Kristel!

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