Happy Spring!!  Well, where I live I am still patiently waiting for Old Man Winter to leave, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t sew up a cute design that put me in the mood of daffodils, tulips, and a soft rain pitter pattering against my window.

Spring Tuplips header
Project Supplies:

Heat N Bond® EZ Print Lite, 8.5” x 11”

Oliso Iron

Directions are given using fabrics from above. Replace pattern designs and colors with your choice of fabrics. Download the PDF instructions, flower patterns, and bunny patterns HERE.

Heat n Bond lite tulips
Applique:

Using an inkjet printer, print out pattern pieces using Heat N Bond® EZ Print Lite sheets. Follow the manufacturer’s directions to iron adhesive to wrong sides of desired fabrics. Let cool.

In our garden tulips iron

Remove backing from cut out pattern pieces and place them in their location.

In Our Garden Tulip placement

Iron them in place.

Iron in place

Stitch around your applique pieces and there you have a quilt block.

Tulip can

It would look simply adorable with the other blocks of the In Our Garden Block of the Month, which you can find Here.

Block 1 thru 4 part 2

If quilting is not your thing, you can turn that block

Perfect Pick Pillow 1

 

Into a springtime pillow to adorn any room in your home.

Perfect Pick Pillow
 

 

5 Comments on Spring Tulips Made with Heat n Bond

  1. tonia conner
    March 30, 2016 at 8:19 pm (12 months ago)

    Thank you thermoweb for this great give away. I’m going to try the ez print lite, sounds like a great time saver. Amy has dove a great job with tutorial, and pillow in showing use of your product. Thank you both

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  2. Clara Chandler
    March 30, 2016 at 8:27 pm (12 months ago)

    Thank you for the chances in the giveaway. I’ve been thinking that I’d like the Oliso iron. Heat n’ bond is my “go to” fusible for many projects.

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  3. Vicki
    March 30, 2016 at 9:15 pm (12 months ago)

    LOVE those tulips!

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  4. Paula Rainer
    April 6, 2016 at 2:28 am (12 months ago)

    I love the tulips. I have purchased heat n bond but have not used it yet. This looks like a great project to try it on. I hope I am not too late for the drawing for the iron. Thanks for letting me join this group.

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  5. Donna W
    April 7, 2016 at 5:26 pm (12 months ago)

    Love those tulips. Sure can’t wait till the tulips are blooming.

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