Misty Mountains in Make Modern Magazine

By September 1, 2017 November 20th, 2017 blog

I gotta say everyone, I am a little bit excited!! My very first magazine pattern has been released today 🙂

Issue 18 of Make Modern Magazine has my Misty Mountains mini / table topper pattern in it!

I created this pattern originally using Blithe fabric from Katarina Roccella for her blog tour (read about it by clicking the link and find out why I called it Misty Mountains!).

When I was writing up the pattern for the Make Modern Magazine I made it a little smaller so that it fits nicely on the top of my Singer Sewing Machine table in our hallway.

And I just couldn’t resist making a bright, spring version using Vintage Daydream prints by Design by Dani for Riley Blake and finally getting to use some of my Denyse Schmidt solids I have been hoarding for a while!

And when I went looking for background fabric I just happened to have the perfect fabric….. it totally justified me in having such a large stash!!

The table topper is nice and easy to sew up, I use my way of doing needle turn applique, but you could just as easily do machine applique or free motion applique as well!

I would love to see your versions if you make it – just tag me @anneboundy on Instagram or use the hashtag #mistymountainsmini

If you would like the pattern you can purchase Issue 18 of the Make Modern Magazine here (it is an electronic magazine you read as a PDF)

Or you can subscribe to receive the Make Modern Magazine every two months (trust me, you will love it and find fab things every time to read or want to make!)

Now for a little giveawy!  ** THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED – winner was Emily! **

I hope you enjoy reading Make Modern Magazine and all the wonderful patterns in there. Tell me which pattern in the magazine you most want to make in the comments section below and I will select one of the comments to give one of the Make Modern Magazine pins they have just released!

Isn’t that pink sewing machine just the CUTEST!!?!

 

*this article contains affiliate links. The price is no different for you, I just get a small amount per purchase to help fund my pattern writing!

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