Jane Austen Patchwork

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Print the shapes for the beloved Jane Austen Patchwork on fabric for better results than with traditional methods or acrylic templates.

Make a replica of this beloved heirloom by hand or by machine.

ISBN: 978-0-9810994-0-8 SKU: JAP Listed under: , ,

Description

The Jane Austen Patchwork shape collection includes everything you need for the Jane Austen Patchwork, one of the most beloved quilts of all time.

PDF DOWNLOAD – SHAPES + INSTRUCTIONS 22.6 MB
System Requirements – Windows or Mac with Adobe Reader (not a phone or tablet) and any ordinary color Inkjet printer or all-in-one.

 

templates for Jane Austen Patchwork

With the Jane Austen Patchwork shape collection, you can print all of the shapes on fabric, including the sashing strips in various lengths (a few shown here).

Features of this Shape Collection (PDF)

  • shapes to print on fabric
  • diagrams showing how much fabric you need
  • shapes without seam allowances to print on paper or freezer paper (just in case you want templates)

& More

  • use a rotary cutter or scissors
  • half diamonds to finish the edges
  • choice of regular or combo layouts to use fabric efficiently and save time
  • choice of layouts for different straight grain on the diamonds
  • optional scissors layouts to save fabric
  • precision corners and matching marks to make the sewing easier
  • notes and information about the patchwork
  • notes about fabric selection and fabric requirements
  • information about the sashing and symmetry of the patchwork
  • ideal for fussy cutting
  • some shapes fit on Jelly Rolls and small scraps
  • choice of methods—machine piece, hand piece with a running stitch or English Paper Piecing
  • worksheets

508 pages of photos, history, fabric notes, cutting layouts, stitching tips, worksheets, with the shapes to print on fabric.

Jane Austen Quilt

Jane Austen Memorial Trust

The Jane Austen Patchwork shape collection would not have been possible without the gracious assistance (and detective work) of

  • Mr Tom Carpenter, Trustee of the Jane Austen Memorial Trust
  • Louise West, of Jane Austen’s House in Chawton
  • Sarah Howard, Hampshire County Council Museums

This downloadable shape collection is the first comprehensive, accurate pattern for this outstanding patchwork coverlet. It includes everything you need to make your own replica. The attention to detail is fantastic. The illustrations are beautiful.

A choice of methods

When the Austen ladies were stitching their patchwork at Chawton, there were no sewing machines. English Paper Piecing (EPP)was a favorite choice, but Inklingo’s precise lines for stitching and cutting—perfectly printed on the fabric by the hundreds—make it easier than they could have imagined in the early 1800s.

The diamonds in the Jane Austen coverlet have unusual angles which are not commonly used in quilts, but Inklingo allows you to print the cutting and sewing lines on fabric with no measuring. It is precise, simple, and fast.

“It was a plan to promote the happiness of all.” (Emma, Ch 53)

Love the lines. Quilt more!

6 reviews for Jane Austen Patchwork

  1. Jillian (verified owner)

    I am about to start my Jane Austin replica (using Amy Butler fabrics). I continue to be awed at how much easier this is going to be with Inklingo! Not measuring and figuring angles and templates is truly amazing. All I have to concentrate on are fabric choices. This collection complements Linda’s book Jane Austen Patchwork Mystery.

  2. Erin (verified owner)

    Diamonds are a girl’s best friend? This is another one of my favorite collections. My Jane Austen Patchwork (JAP) is still a work in progress but I wanted to review this collection to let others know about its versatility. The shapes in this collection can be put to other use! I used the large diamonds to make a star tree skirt, the vertically split diamond to make 2 color hot pads and the horizontally split diamond to make coasters. These are really cute when you fussy cut your fabric. Even if you never do a JAP, this is still a great collection to own.

  3. Cindi (verified owner)

    I love every one of the Inklingo collections that I have. They are easy to use, and so accurate! I can’t wait to see what shapes Linda comes out with next!

  4. Cathi (verified owner)

    This collection is amazing. With the odd angles of the diamonds, this is probably the best (if not the truly only) way to make a reproduction of the Jane Austen quilt.

  5. Lynda Lois (verified owner)

    I love Inklingo! I finished making the Jane Austin quilt top with Inklingo. It was so easy to print all of the large diamonds and the sashing. I did hybrid piecing with this quilt. The match marks helped so much! I machine pieced the large diamonds to the small sashing pieces into the diagonal rows. Easy, peasy! Then I hand pieced the rows to the long sashing pieces and then joined the rows together by hand to complete the quilt top. It was so easy and went together so quickly and accurately. I did not do the small diamonds, but instead made a wide border in place of the small diamond pieced border. I think that the quilt turned out beautifully with easily detailed directions.

  6. Pam (verified owner)

    This is one on my favourite collections.
    I love the ease of printing both the large and small diamonds.
    The sashing match marks make putting the top together a breeze.
    It works perfectly with scraps as well.

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