Today we released our “Delft” collection for The Art of Home Club! It has windmills, wooden shoes, tulips, teapots… everything you’d expect from a Holland inspired collection! It was inspired by our trip to The Netherlands a few years ago.
Members of The Art of Home Club get brand new patterns and projects on the 20th of every month. This month, we also learned about “big stitch” quilting. You can use it both as a decorative element and for functional quilting.
This pattern collection contains 6 different Holland themed applique and embroidery designs, as well as instructions to make the 3 different projects- a wall hanging sized quilt, a mini quilt, and a mug rug.
Our collections always include options for both applique and hand embroidery. Look at our cute little hand embroidery windmill, made into the adorable little mini quilt. (In this collection, we also learned about using “low volume fabrics” to get the feeling of old, aged, patina Dutch tiles.)
And here we’ve made the windmill quilt block with machine applique and used it in our quilt:
PLUS- We ALWAYS give our members tons of ideas for other ways to use their collections & patterns! Here’s an idea of what these projects would look like made with a Spring palette:
These projects are EXCLUSIVE to The Art of Home Club, meaning that you won’t find them in stores or anywhere else on the internet. Only members of The Art of Home Club can get these adorable designs!!
We only open up The Art of Home Club to new members a few times per year- click here to find out more and to get on our “waiting list,” so you’ll be the first to know when we open enrollment again!
Is it still possible to get these patterns?
I spent two years in and out of Holland, Den Hague in particular and had the opportunity to visit Delft. I love what you done in memory of your trip.
I believe I am still a member of other club. We have been to Holland a few times. Love the flowers, architecture and so much more about it. I grew up close to one of the Dutch towns, Pella, Iowa. They display their
Dutch pride. I love all things Delft. Is this book on Delft items for sale. If so, how much does it cost? Thank you ahead for your time and helpfulness.