Join us starting March 4, 2021 at 2:00pm (PST)
as Mendy and Stacy take us through
“The Ranges” Quilt Pattern
We are excited for you to be part of our new project with Mendy and Stacy as they dive into this beautiful quilt pattern using the Westalee Design Tecoma Templates along with the unique “TempLeeQuilting” Technique. This versatile group of templates features an array of looks… from intricate, charming, and whimsical but also sophisticated.
Follow along with us to create your stunning masterpiece!
Every Thursday at 2pm (PST) on our Sew Steady Facebook Page.
Mendy will be doing 2 blocks a week for a total of 25 blocks along with TempLee Quilting and finishing with a completed 77″ x 77″ dazzling Quilt.
Set your calendar, and get your fabric picked out.. you won’t want to miss this!
We encourage you to have FUN with your fabric choices. Contrasting colors lend to the dramatic look, letting the designs POP!
Mendy Will also be showcasing our NEW Sew Steady TempLee Fuse, fusible backing.
This low-melt paper-backed fusible web is perfect for bonding fabrics together and best of all your project stays soft after fusing.
*Sold in roll of 15″ x 10 yards
Sneak peak at some of the remarkable designs you will see…..
A little history…. The Westalee Design Tecoma Templates got their name from Leonie West, the Inventor. Frequently inspired by the world around her Leonie had the following to say:
“As I was designing the templates I was trying to come up with a name for the them, I was standing on the back deck of my house, looking over the valley and decided that the templates (not the finished designs) looked like clouds or sheep or a mountain range. I live in a beautiful part of the world at the start of the Great Dividing Range, near the top of a mountain, Mt Evelyn, situated near The Dandenong Ranges in Victoria, Australia. Our mountains and ranges are formed from, in and around an extinct 300 million year old volcano.
Surrounded by tall trees, with views over and across hills and valleys where native plants, wildlife and birds abound. Our region of the world is beautiful and peaceful, a great place for inspiration. The name Tecoma comes from a pretty little village close to where I live and all the block names are from local flora or scenic points.” – Leonie West