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
The Tiny Dresden Party is almost here! Just one week to go until the official start on January 3, but little dresdens are already popping up all over Instagram on the #tinydresdenparty hashtag. First up, I’m sharing links to three different tiny dresden templates, each with a different sized dresden to get you started. Here…… Continue reading Tiny Dresden Roundup
To quote my friend Denise, #aintnopartylikeatinydresdenparty! Join me on Instagram January 3-31 as we celebrate all Tiny Dresdens. So, what qualifies as tiny you ask? A Dresden of any style that measures 5 inches across or less is tiny in my book. Post a photo of a project on Instagram using a Tiny Dresden from January…… Continue reading Tiny Dresden Party
During the month of August, I made a pincushion every day for the pinnie parade on Instagram. I wanted to make a Dresden pincushion and printed out a template for a tiny Dresden. Apparently, I printed it out wrong, because nothing worked out right. I had to fiddle with the number of blades, the size…… Continue reading Mini Dresden Pinnie Tutorial
I have delivered a couple of special things in the last few weeks. First of all, we welcomed William “Liam” Mark McCollum who was delivered on Wednesday, May 11 at 4:02 p.m. He was 7 lbs. 15 ozs. and 20.5 inches. We have been settling into our new role as parents and are loving every minute with…… Continue reading Special Deliveries
It was a productive afternoon. Bindings ready: One-hundred and ten rectangles cut, organized and ready to sew: Plus, I finished piecing the back for the Dotty Dresden quilt. It should be on its way to the quilter soon. All this… and my spring break doesn’t officially start until tomorrow.