Posts Tagged ‘Batik Boutique’

I have received a new quilted‬ product order from The Batik Boutique. It is time tolearn‬ a new free motion quilt‬ ‪‎design‬. ‪I picked a design from Leah Day’s Free Motion Quilting Project.


For the product, I have added two other quilting‬ designs‬:‪ stippling‬ and the classic‬ quilting affect in ‪Chanel’s‬ ‪‎handbag‬s.


And the completed product. It could be used as a ‪‎bedside‬ companion to keep your eye glasses ‬and hand phones. Personally, I would also keep a pencil & eraser because I love working with ‪Kakuro‬, a number puzzle before I go to sleep.



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Batik bookmarks and greeting cards.

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Happy New Year!!

Here is one of the batik tree skirts I have made earlier for The Batik Boutique.

If you want one of yours, order directly to the boutique. Send your order early so that you can have it in hand for Christmas 2015.



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Do you want to learn a new craft? I’m on Skillshare teaching patchwork. The project for the class is to make this beautiful red and silver batik cushion cover.


The batiks are from The Batik Boutique

While you’re there, browse through the available classes. My favourite is bookbinding and watercolor painting.

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My friend, the owner of The Batik Boutique requested for a crochet edging for a few silk batik scarves, as samples.

Looking at one particular scarf, I knew that this hand dyed thread would be ideal.


Name: Feathered Hues HDT

Thread: Lizbeth size 20

Inspired from a photo from http://design-seeds.com/ website.


The pattern of the edging is the Shamrock Shawlett. I just took the edging.

A close up of the edging.


I used a second pattern that she liked. For this, I used an off-the-shelf local thread as a comparison of the thread that is available if she do want to proceed for a bigger order.


The pattern is Curlicue Fringe

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It was a great pleasure to receive this request, working with baby clothes. I mean, look at these cute onesies. There was a myriad of colors which made using white as sashings works fine.


I chose to cut these into 5.5″ squares to fuss cut the objects/pictures on each onesies.

This is the top with all its glory.


Collars and ruffles went into the quilt.

Another collar.oct9_14_3

Bows and pockets included.oct9_14_4

And the snaps running down the onesies.oct9_14_5

And sleeves.


The back is one ofThe Batik Boutique‘s batiks.

oct9_14_7For more information on these batik greeting cards, please contact The Batik Boutique directly.

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There are many bloggers who give good posts on color. How the choice of color combinations work for your product. My favourite has removed her posts for her book.

And I was fortunate to attend a fiber course with this topic by ACG a few years ago.

Finally, I am able to peruse this knowledge to my heart content in this custom order for The Batik Boutique.sep30_14_1 sep30_14_2 sep30_14_3 sep30_14_4 sep30_14_5For more information on these batik greeting cards, please contact The Batik Boutique directly.


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