Today I’m sharing my Bunny Patch Pillow with you – a new pattern just released from Ali Phillips of Arabesque Scissors. I have admired Ali’s work for a long time and am always amazed by the sweet details she adds to everything she does. This new pattern is no exception and offers lots of opportunities…… Continue reading Bunny Patch Pillow by Ali Phillips and a GIVEAWAY
Today I am sharing my Fat Quarter Cubes Quilt – my first ever Quilt Along with Fat Quarter Shop.The Fat Quarter Cubes Quilt pattern is such a quick sew because it features large blocks of only 7 pieces each, that finish at 18 inches square. This pattern is great for highlighting fabrics with a large…… Continue reading Fat Quarter Cubes Quilt with Fat Quarter Shop
I have released my first ever sewing pattern – the Bunny Zippy Pouch. I was inspired to make this cute little pouch with ears as an Easter gift for a friend who loves Bunnies. I was trying to think of a unique and fun gift I could make and this was the result. I sketched…… Continue reading New Pattern: Bunny Zippy Pouch
After I made my first Easter Egg block and turned it into a cute little mug rug, I had another idea right away for a fun little scrappy Easter Egg. The fun polka dot fabric I used to make these projects were from a charm pack of Moda Grunge Dots from one of my favorite…… Continue reading Easter Egg Block Bonus Project!
The Easter Bunny will be here before we know it! Today, I’m sharing a little tutorial on how to make this sweet Easter Egg Block that finishes at 6.5 inches square. And click here to find a little bonus project!I made mine using just four squares from a charm pack, plus some scraps for the…… Continue reading Easter Egg Block Tutorial
Hey everyone! Only four days in, and the Tiny Dresden Party has been so much fun! Thank you for sewing along with me. Today, I am sharing a few more tips and tricks for sewing tiny Dresdens. I also am linking up to my first ever instructional video (eep!) where I show you how I make…… Continue reading More Tiny Dresden Tips and Tricks
Today I’m sharing how to construct your Mini Dresden Pinnie! You can find Part 3 of this series here and you can find the tutorial for the Mini Dresden Pinnie here. First, grab your completed Mini Dresden top. Next, you need your 6×6 inch backing fabric and four sides, which measure 1.5×6 inches each.First, we…… Continue reading Mini Dresden Pinnie Tips, Part 4