Somehow or other, life got crazy in my neck of the woods, and I fell behind on a couple of projects. But I’m all caught up with my blocks for the “Winter Flurries” mystery sew along with Fort Worth Fabric Studio. Last night and this morning I sewed up the blocks from week three and four. … Continue reading Final blocks for the Winter Flurries mystery sew along with FWFS
We woke up to snow this morning! Granted it was just a dusting, and it has already melted. But let me tell you, those fluffy white flurries got me feeling all snuggled up inside. I was ready to pull out the holly and the ivy. It took every bit of restraint I had to leave… Continue reading Tis the season: Christmas quilts, runners and pillows!
Hello quilting friends! Two weeks ago I shared some photos of a lovely Norwegian collection I received from Fort Worth Fabric Studio: Nordic Stitches by Wenche Wolff Hatling for Moda Fabrics. Today, I’m delighted to show you the table runner I made and announce that Fort Worth Fabric Studio is offering kits for this project! You… Continue reading Diamond Trail takes on a festive, winter look with Nordic Stitches
The Christmas season may be several months away, but we quilters know it’s never too early to get a jump on holiday sewing projects. Today I’m happy to share one of my favorite patterns, Picking Petals, made with the festive Comfort and Joy collection by Dani Mogstad of My Mind's Eye for Riley Blake Designs.… Continue reading Picking Petals for Christmas, plus kits and a giveaway from LouLou’s Fabric Shop
Are you looking for a quick and easy homemade holiday gift? How about a seasonal pillowcase? This weekend I made standard sized Christmas pillowcases for my daughter and her college roommate, and they turned out so cute!Whether a child is 8 or 18, a special pillowcase is a nightly reminder that he or she is… Continue reading Holiday gift idea: Pillowcases!