Monthly Archives: November 2014

Upcycled Sweater Baby Dresses and Leggings

I thought I had already published this (as in before Upcycled and Reused), but apparently it got lost in the draft phase because it published when I tried to update.     I apologize for the quality of the photos.  I haven’t been … Continue reading

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Favorite Designers Series: Sarah Jane Studios

First, let’s ogle some fabric. I’ve fallen in love with Wee Wander by Sarah Wright of Sarah Jane Studios, which comes in two colorways, twilight and sunrise.  I first encountered it in the  Summer Stars Baby Quilt from Maryland Quilter on Craftsy.  The … Continue reading

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I won! I won!

I don’t remember the last time I won something-the last time before today that is.  Today, I won!  Better yet, I won a gift certificate to Superior Threads  from Melissa Cory of Happy Quilting.  Melissa is one of the (admittedly many) … Continue reading

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I Just Bought My First Oliver + S

I’ve heard lots of bloggers rave about Oliver + S and mostly not cared for the look of the patterns as seen on the website.  Suddenly I have found  one I “need” the skirt and top are a bonus, but I’ve been … Continue reading

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Finishes

Pumpkin Candle Mat Cardinal Candle Mat Santa Mug Rug (made entirely from scraps)

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It’s here!

I’m back in business. My new Panasonic cordless iron: glides well, is light weight, gets the wrinkles out and heats in about a minute. I’m loving the lack of cord. It’s much safer for the kids.

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Fabric Alert!

Sometimes I e-shop and I fill my e-basket then I go back and slowly take things out eliminating nearly everything or everything in the basket.  I get my shopping rush, become more familiar what is available and manage not to get things I don’t … Continue reading

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