Posts tagged ‘sewing’

October 28, 2012

one year

now I’m home is one 

a look back over the past 12 months

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October 21, 2012

linen

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linen, cotton and one little daisy

okay – three little daisys 

a daisy tutorial coming soon

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September 11, 2012

houses

It started with some delicious fabric

now I have little houses all in a row

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September 4, 2012

I’m loving…….

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images on flickr via the rainbow room and het bovenhuis

August 31, 2012

new

new day

new fabric

new project

August 25, 2012

I’m loving…….

the last lazy days of summer

 I love them

eat, drink, swim

enjoy!

January 3, 2012

off the shelf

I have a new book on my shelf.

Fresh Quilting by  Malka Dubrawsky

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If you like bright color and modern designs then it’s likely that you will love this book.

It’s full of interesting projects.  Everything from small pot holders, to full-sized quilts.

Malka also has a great  blog.  I just love her inspiring designs.

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all images via fresh quilting

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December 5, 2011

spring violets

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A Christmas gift for a crafty friend.  I made this little pin cushion today.

The pattern is called Spring Violets. It’s designed by clever, Heather Bailey.

You can find a copy of  it here

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November 23, 2011

baskets

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I had some baskets that I was using to store fabric and they were looking a little tatty.

I thought it might be nice to revamp them by adding a new lining.

The baskets were blue so of course the lining had to be red.

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 I did a little cutting and sewing

fitted the lining to my baskets

then popped them into the cupboard to hold all my crafty goodies

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November 18, 2011

dresden daze

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A while ago a made a quilt that I called Dresden Daze.

  At the time I wrote a pattern for it but I never got around to putting it on my blog page.

Better late than never.  So here it is!

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The Dresden Plates are machine pieced and hand appliqued to the the background blocks.

Then a simple alternate  block with four corner triangles was added.

Finally three quarter plates were added to each corner to form part of the border.

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