Typecast of Characters
Blog Tour — week 5
and giveaway!

Quilt blocks made by Joanna Marsh (Kustom Kwilts), Lindsay Széchényi (Modern Patchwork), Andrea Tsang Jackson (3rd Story Workshop), Sarah Thomas (Saritty), Rachel Rossi with Typecast, an English Paper Piecing (EPP) Pattern Make all 26 letters of the alphabet. Each block measures approximately 6” x 9”. This fully tested pattern guide contains detailed instructions, tips and diagrams to walk quilters through the variety of EPP straight line and curved piecing skills they will use while making Typecast blocks. Required English Paper Pieces and optional acrylic templates not included. Pattern by Whole Circle Studio

Week 5 of the Typecast of Characters Blog Tour includes pouches and framed blocks.  Check out what Joanna, Lindsay, Andrea, Sarah and Rachel made with my latest English Paper Piecing pattern, Typecast. Be sure to read all the way to the end to enter for a chance to win a bundle of PURE SOLIDS fabric by Art Gallery Fabrics.

Did you miss Week 1 projects (featuring A, B, C and D), Week 2 projects (featuring E, F, G and H), Week 3 projects (featuring I, J, K and L) or Week 4 projects (featuring M, N, O and P)? Click the links and get caught up!

Typecast of Characters Blog Tour hosted by Whole Circle Studio

Letter Q English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted block as framed art made by Joanna Marsh (Kustom Kwilter), using Typecast EPP pattern.

Letter Q English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted block as framed art made by Joanna Marsh (Kustom Kwilter), using Typecast EPP pattern.

Letter Q English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted block as framed art made by Joanna Marsh (Kustom Kwilter), using Typecast EPP pattern.

Joanna Marsh (Kustom Kwilter) and Sheri Cifaldi-Morrill (Whole Circle Studio) at QuiltCon 2019.

Q is for Quilt

Joanna Marsh of Kustom Kwilter took Typecast to a whole new level! I love how she combined the EPP letter with quilted typography (and incorporated Kona’s Color of the year—Splash). I had the opportunity to meet Joanna in person for the first time at QuiltCon 2019. Her Q was well underway and she brought it to show me. Head on over to Joanna’s blog to get all of the details about how she made and quilted her Typecast mini.

 

Letter Q English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted block as framed art made by Lindsay Széchényi (Patchwork Threads), using Typecast EPP pattern.

Letter Q English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted block as framed art made by Lindsay Széchényi (Patchwork Threads), using Typecast EPP pattern.

Q is for more Quilt blocks

Q is such a great letter, we had to celebrate it twice! Lindsay Széchényi of Patchwork Threads stitched this super cute Typecast Q with her own silk-screened fabric. Head on over to the Patchwork Threads Instagram feed to see more photos!

Typecast Heart Quilt tshirt designed by Whole Circle Studio, available exclusively through Patchwork Threads.

Love Quilts? Pick up your own Heart Quilt t-shirt inspired by Typecast.

 

Letter R English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted block as framed art made by Andrea Tsang Jackson (3rd Story Workshop) using Typecast EPP pattern.

Letter R English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted block as framed art made by Andrea Tsang Jackson (3rd Story Workshop) using Typecast EPP pattern.

R is for relentless

My friend, Andrea Tsang Jackson of 3rd Story Workshop is constantly pushing boundaries in quilting. I’ve enjoy following her collaborations and artist-in-residency. For her Typecast R block, Andrea used fabric she designed herself and printed through Spoonflower. Head on over to Andrea’s blog to learn more about her letter and process.

 

Letter S English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted block pillow made by Sarah Thomas (Sariditty) using Typecast EPP pattern.

Letter S English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted block pillow made by Sarah Thomas (Sariditty) using Typecast EPP pattern.

Letter S English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted block pillow made by Sarah Thomas (Sariditty) using Typecast EPP pattern.
S is for Sarah

Doesn’t this make you want to get your own Typecast pattern and make custom pillows for your loved ones and yourself! I am in love with this sweet pillow Sarah Thomas of Sariditty made with a Typecast and her first fabric collection, Paradigm, for Hoffman Fabric.

 

Letter T English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted sports pendant bunting by Rachel Rossi using Typecast EPP pattern.

Letter T English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted sports pendant bunting by Rachel Rossi using Typecast EPP pattern.

Letter T English Paper Piecing EPP Alphabet modern quilted sports pendant bunting by Rachel Rossi using Typecast EPP pattern.

T is for Typecast and Terrific

Rachel Rossi, an EPP newbie, made this super cute pennant flag for her nephew, Trevor. How cute is this and what little boy or girl wouldn’t want this for their room? Doesn’t it make you want to get stitching? Head on over to  Rachel’s blog for all the details!

the tour and giveaways continue…
TYPECAST OF CHARACTERS BLOG TOUR hosted by Whole Circle Studio:

• Wednesday, March 27: Tour Introduction by Whole Circle Studio
• Monday, April 1 — A: Kate Brennan of Aurifil
• Tuesday, April 2 — B: Mathew Bourdreaux of Mister Domestic
• Wednesday, April 3 — C: Tara Curtis of Wefty Needle
• Thursday, April 4— D: Leah Day of Free Motion Quilting Project
• Friday, April 5 — Week 1 Wrap Up featuring A-D and GIVEAWAY at Whole Circle Studio
• Monday, April 8 — E: Erin Bay of Paper Pieces
• Tuesday, April 9 — F: Sylvia Schaefer of Flying Parrot Quilts
• Wednesday, April 10 — G: Giuseppe Ribaudo of Giucy Giuce
• Thursday, April 11— H: Hilary Jordan of By Hilary Jordan
• Friday, April 12 — Week 2 Wrap Up featuring E-H and GIVEAWAY at Whole Circle Studio
• Monday, April 15 — I: Kim Soper of Leland Ave Studios
• Tuesday, April 16 — J: Yvonne Fuchs of Quilting Jetgirl
• Wednesday, April 17 — K: Karen O’Connor of Lady K Quilts
• Thursday, April 18 — L: Kristy Daum of St. Louis Folk Victorian
• Friday, April 19 — Week 3 Wrap Up featuring I-L and GIVEAWAY at Whole Circle Studio
• Monday, April 22 — M: Molli Sparkles of Molli Sparkles
• Tuesday, April 23 — N: Nicole Daksiewicz of Modern Handcraft
• Wednesday, April 24 — O: Scott Hansen of Blue Nickel Studios
• Thursday, April 25 — P: Pat Sloan of Pat Sloan
• Friday, April 26 — Week 4 Wrap Up featuring M-P and GIVEAWAY at Whole Circle Studio
• Monday, April 29 — Q: Joanna Marsh of Kustom Kwilts
• Monday, April 29 — Q: Lindsay Széchényi of Lindsay Széchényi (and Patchwork Threads)
• Tuesday, April 30 — R: Andrea Tsang Jackson of 3rd Story Workshop
• Wednesday, May 1 — S: Sarah Thomas of Sariditty
• Thursday, May 2 — T: Rachel Rossi of Rachel Rossi
• Friday, May 3— Week 5 Wrap Up featuring Q-T and GIVEAWAY at Whole Circle Studio
• Monday, May 6 — U: Kitty Wilkin of Night Quilter
• Tuesday, May 7 — V: Jenn McMillan of Fabric, Ink
• Wednesday, May 8 — W: Jenny Meeker of Bobbin Roulette Studio
• Thursday, May 9 — X: Stephanie Kendron of Modern Sewciety
• Friday, May 10 — Week 6 Wrap Up featuring U-X and GIVEAWAY at Whole Circle Studio
• Monday, May 13 — Y: Debby Brown of Debby Brown Quilts
• Tuesday, May 14 — Z: Nisha Bouri and Kim Martucci of Brimfield Awakening
• Wednesday, May 15 — Week 7 Wrap Up featuring Y-Z, Tour closeout and GIVEAWAY at Whole Circle Studio


Pick up your Typecast Guide and Paper Pack today and make something great with us!

Typecast, an English Paper Piecing (EPP) Pattern Make all 26 letters of the alphabet. Each block measures approximately 6” x 9”. This fully tested pattern guide contains detailed instructions, tips and diagrams to walk quilters through the variety of EPP straight line and curved piecing skills they will use while making Typecast blocks. Required English Paper Pieces and optional acrylic templates not included. Pattern by Whole Circle Studio
Typecast, Alpahabet and Letters English Paper Piecing Quilt Pattern

… and now, for the GIVEAWAY!

Makers Gonna Make modern quilt made with Typecast, an English Paper Piecing (EPP) Pattern Make all 26 letters of the alphabet. Each block measures approximately 6” x 9”. This fully tested pattern guide contains detailed instructions, tips and diagrams to walk quilters through the variety of EPP straight line and curved piecing skills they will use while making Typecast blocks. Required English Paper Pieces and optional acrylic templates not included. Pattern by Whole Circle Studio
I’m having a blast making LOTS of projects with Typecast. One of my early projects was my Makers Gonna Make quilt. I used nine of my favorite Art Gallery Fabrics PURE SOLIDS to make this quilt: Cherry Lipgloss, Coral Reef, Turmeric, Lemonade, Jade Cream, Cozumel Blue, Aero Blue, Verve Violet, and Night Sea. Art Gallery’s fabric is super soft and great to work with, especially with English Paper Piecing.

Art Gallery Fabrics Pure Solids
This week, my friends at Art Gallery are giving one lucky person a bundle of PURE SOLIDS. Enter for your chance to win!

How to enter:
1. Leave a comment at the bottom of this blog post to enter. Make sure your contact info is in your profile or that you leave your name and either email address/Instagram handle in the comment. (I need a way to get in touch with you if you win!)

2. In your comment, answer: What Typecast letter will you make and with what Art Gallery PURE SOLID?

You have until 8pm EST on Monday, May 6, 2019 to enter.
One lucky winner for each prize will be selected by True Random Number Generator.

GIVEAWAY CLOSED. Congratulations to the winner: Jeanne Futter. Thank you to all who left a comment!

Good luck and go make something great,


Quilt blocks made by Joanna Marsh (Kustom Kwilts), Lindsay Széchényi (Modern Patchwork), Andrea Tsang Jackson (3rd Story Workshop), Sarah Thomas (Saritty), Rachel Rossi with Typecast, an English Paper Piecing (EPP) Pattern Make all 26 letters of the alphabet. Each block measures approximately 6” x 9”. This fully tested pattern guide contains detailed instructions, tips and diagrams to walk quilters through the variety of EPP straight line and curved piecing skills they will use while making Typecast blocks. Required English Paper Pieces and optional acrylic templates not included. Pattern by Whole Circle Studio

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54 Comments

  1. I would do ‘K’ and ‘A’ in pink……. as a pennent flag for my granddaughters’s bedrooms. It’s fun to see what your highlighted team has come up with for their letter.

  2. Good Morning, I would use Pure Solids- Purple Pansy for the Typecast “B”. My grand daughter, Bridget,will ALWAYS tell you that purple is her favorite color.Our last name also begins with B and the other grandchildren would have initial pillows.
    Thank you for your work.

  3. I would like to make an N for Nona. That’s is what my grandkids call me. I love Coral Reef. Thank you.

  4. I would make an “M”
    I often sign text and emails to friends with an”M” instead of writing out the full Maryanne
    I would use the vibrant purple just to feel a bit of being a royal M!!

  5. I’d make the letter “W” in Lemon Tart and use it in pillow for my living room. Thanks for sharing.

  6. I too have fond memories of my early undergraduate graphic design classes and tracing typefaces. Communicating with letters (on signs) is the norm. But using letters on a quilt sounds super fun. A purple pansy “V” would be my first quilted letter…but only the first of many letters as I stitch up the alphabet soup of words in my head! Can’t wait to get the whole pack including the acrylic templates and some pretty fabric and get started.

  7. I’d probably pick P of periwinkle = favorite color. But so many wonderful possibilities; will be hard to choose.

  8. I’d love to make a “B” or “R” for my niece Rebecca in Maldives. She has a whole wall of those initials for her name.

  9. Hello, I’d do letter ‘M’ for our dear GreatGrandDaughter Madelyn in PINK ! THANKS FOR YOUR BLOG+THE GIVEAWAY!

  10. My letter would be K and I’d use Purple Pansy to create it! Sooo many luscious solid colors to choose from makes a difficult choice!
    Duchick at gmail dot com

  11. I would like to make a P and B, for me and my husband. I would use blue and purple our favorite colors!

  12. I would like to make a P and B, for me and my husband. I would use blue and purple our favorite colors! I love these solids!!

  13. Loving all the Typecast inspiration! I would make the letter m for my grand daughter in Festival Fuchsia. Then I would have to make q and p and j and d,etc.

  14. I would make an S n a pillow first since it is the beginning of my first and last name. Hmmm, so hard to choose color…but I decided on Turmeric…I live this spicy color!! Sandy Salazar
    INSTA: madewithstitches
    BLOG: Madewithstitches.com
    Thanks!

  15. Well, I would start with L for Lauren, then continue thru the other 25 letters!!! I would use the brightest orange!

  16. In Candied Cherry, I would make a “T”, which is the first letter of my family name…and also the first letter of my dear dog Teddy’s name.

  17. Your selection of colors is fabulous! I’d make a Cherry Lipgloss B and a Verve Violet A for my granddaughters.

  18. I would make an A for my first name. Probably in a green, olive green ideally. Or a mustard/gold color.
    @antpai

  19. This way of making letters looks very interesting but challenging at the same time. Will continue following along

  20. Gracias por esas lindas creaciones y compartir regalos maravillosos.ojala y tenga la fortuna de poder ganar.gracias.

  21. “M” for Maker in the Cherry Lipgloss Pure Solid. Have always loved that color. Love the Makers gonna make but Maker sounds like a good start for me.☺️

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