September 8th - Double Drunkards Path Tutorial

We appreciate you reading our newsletter! It's been a week full of our favorite types of fabric - strawberries and flowers! We also found a few minutes to make one of our favorite blocks, the double drunkard's path, and we have a free set of templates for newsletter subscribers and a Youtube tutorial for putting them together! We hope you get a bit of stitching time this weekend!
New Japanese Imports! 
Our favorite part of the day is when we receive a shipment of NEW fabrics! Opening the box and seeing Suzuko Koseki's collections of Paris DaisyPatchwork Cheater and Silhouette Daisy wasn't any different. We are in love with these adorable strawberries and daisies. They are available at our shop in fat quarter and half yard bundles. Click the picture to be taken to your favorite bundle!
We had some fun today playing with this gorgeous Bittersweet fabric by Sue Daley Designs. Keep scrolling to see what we made and how you can get a free pattern! These prints really catch your eye with their saturated colors and 3D designs. We've been pairing these prints with our new free Double Drunkard's Path Tutoria. Bittersweet is available in Fat Quarter ($62.98) and Half Yard ($123.98) bundles.
Take a closer look at Bittersweet and watch our unboxing video below! 
We sat down and recorded a tutorial filled with tips on how to sew the a double drunkard's path block using our favorite pinless curves technique! To snag the templates (for free!) click here. We used the beautiful Bittersweet collection by Sue Daley Designs. The small scale prints worked beautifully with this pattern. To follow along with our video tutorial click here! 
To see more creative tutorials or unboxing of new material check out and subscribe to our YouTube channel here. Follow us on instagram @westwood_acres for fabric updates and lots of fun giveaways. We have TONS of great ideas we want to share with everyone!
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