In which I show off a new small quilt top I designed in EQ8 using some truly yummy fabrics! I really love how easy this was to put together and how easy it is to swap out the background fabric and change the whole look. It feels so good to be sewing again!
In which I show you my new pressing board and cover and invite you to join me for Paper Piecing Club at Hip Stitch. I’ll be testing a new pattern today, and PPC will be meeting every other month for now, at least until it seems we need to meet every month. Stay Crafty, y’all!
In which I talk about the process of rearranging and organizing and a new shop sample soon to be in the works for Hip Stitch. Be glad I went with this version, in the first 5 takes I went on for like 10 minutes at a time, lol. Having as much trouble organizing my thoughts this week as I am organizing my project room.
Yes, y’all read that right, rearranging more. I know… I KNOW, but I gotta make this room more user friendly. Anyway I show you some new to me orphan blocks, and other donated fabrics I brought home from the December Linus meeting. I also show off my two fabric tree decorations together and talk about my new quilt pattern for my great-niece Madi, who graduates high school this year. Let’s have a Crafty New Year, y’all!
In which I show my 13th finish donated to Project Linus in 2022, my new sign, lol, and some fusible snowflake fabric appliques I made on my Cricut Maker. Happy Hannukah, Merry Christmas, Happy Festivus (for the rest of us), and may your week be a good one. Stay crafty y’all!
I did it it, too, I made a fabric christmas tree decoration using the pattern from Helen Rhiannon at All Sewn Up. Somehow I managed to not get all the fabric tree segments the same size, even though I used the same template to cut all of them out, but I was talking to people at the same time, so it was hard to focus, lol. Anyway it still worked out and I LOVE MY TREE! I love it so much I’m going to make more! Thank you Jeanie for turning us on to this fun xmas craft!
In which I show my new to me Accuquilt Die storage cabinet, a quilt that’s just about ready for binding, and more! Feels so good to actually be accomplishing some things again.
In which I talk about new thrift finds at Habitat ReStore that I’m using to create more organization in my Project Room. Let’s hope I can get these finished in the next couple days so I can get back to crafting!
I think this one is pretty self-explanatory, I went to Material Girls for Project Linus this past weekend and, not surprisingly, was brought a bunch of orphan blocks and pieces of blocks. So I will talk about and show you a bunch of those and something else new to the Project Room. Now it’s your turn… upload some videos, Ladies!
In which I talk about the amazing time I had in Houston with my TTMT friends! I bought stuff, I got free stuff, we gave each other stuff, we laughed, we WALKED. Boy did we walk! We ate, we drank, and boy oh boy were we merry! I love my TTMT Sisters!