Today we are thrilled to share the next showcase from members of our 2021-2022 Aurifil Artisan team. Throughout November a number of our Artisans worked with Daydreamer fabrics by Aurifil Designer/Superstar Tula Pink! We absolutely adore the variety of projects created featuring these beautiful fabrics and of course #Aurifil thread. 😍

*Click each Artisans name below to see more info*

Steph Skardal @stephskardal – “I created an improvisationally strip pieced mini quilt, mixing the three fat quarters I received, and several additional solids. I pieced with 50wt Aurifil thread and quilted this mini on my long arm with Aurifil 50wt with on point lines of interest. I enjoyed this challenge in working with colors outside of my normal palette.”

Sarah Ruiz @saroy – “Tula Pink’s collections always lend themselves so well to fussy cutting, so I couldn’t resist leaning into that and making a few jungle-inspired fabric postcards using my tiger and parrot fat quarters, plus a dark green solid. Each one is quilted with the same green 50 wt variegated thread. (p.s. You can find a full postcard tutorial on my blog at .)”

Alison Holt – “A creative use of printed and plain fabric patchwork to make a cushion panel. Freemotion machine embroidery with variegated threads to stitch clusters of berries to enhance the design.”

Sue de Vanny @suedev_artist0106 – “A decision on the run! New ‘Pot Holders’ for me and kind of Christmassy in Colours. I had to do a quick google and see what patterns are out there, then I came across round pocket style ones that you slip your fingers into one side and you thumb the other and it’s like a pot mitten I guess. I was a free easy pattern and other that the fabric and thread I just needed insulbrite wadding (which I had already) then print out the template. So easy and all done with the quilting following the amazing design of Tula Pink’s lines was fun. The end result looks a tad like I should be making Asian dishes for Christmas this year! Could be nice for a change.😃”

Lucy Brennan @charmaboutyou – “After searching through my bookmarked tutorials I found the perfect project to make with these fabrics. With some glitter vinyl, a bit of improv and hand sewn binding, they are ready for gifting – though I’m keeping one for myself!”

Allie McCathren @exhaustedoctopus – “I love fussy cutting (finding hidden patterns within fabric and highlighting them) so I used this opportunity to showcase that! This is part of an English Paper Pieced pattern by Kitty Wilkin called “Pollinate”.”

Sherry Shish @poweredbyquilting – “I used the fat quarters provided to make an awesome functional Della Wallet Clutch! The matching Aurifil thread is beautiful as the top stitching!”

Mary Davis @marygoroundquilts – “Triangle log cabin variation mini quilt. I went with straight line quilting to keep it simple and make the thread colors more visible.”

Elise Baek @elisebaek – “Fussy cut English Paper Pieced block. Since I don’t like to cut off the head of animal prints I decided to focus on repeating the wings!”

Henrik Müller @herrschaftenmueller – “I managed to finish 2 pillows but I am actually making a full size quilt. Well I finished the top and it is currently chilling with an ever growing pile of TTBQs (Tops To Be Quilted) I have lost control over my WIP pile ever since I was on Quilt Buzz. Please send help.”

Eliane Bergmann @patchworkandpoodles – “I used the provided fabrics to create this beautiful and modern quilted stocking! This stocking features a lone star quilt block and was made using my free stocking tutorial. I love how the pink threads and pink fabrics play off each other for a lovely non-traditional stocking.”

Ama – @thevibrantpixel – “I love a matching set! I thought this print was too pretty and wanted to bring it everywhere. I made a fully lined project bag with a matching grime guard.”

Jennie Pickett @cloverandviolet – “A feature fabric always makes an amazing pouch, I chose the curved top Carly Pouch and think I it’s perfect! With the bright blue thread I quilted my pouch to some fusible fleece because it adds so much depth and interest.”

Daydreamer fabrics are available now and you can find Tula Pink thread collections at Shop Aurifil.


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