I have a new tutorial for you today for making these fun leather tassels.   Quick, easy and addicting to make! You can download the PDF tutorial by clicking on the link below.   LeatherTasselTutorial   You can find the leather used in my tutorial in my Etsy shop. Enjoy!        

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As you can probably tell by looking around, I’ve been on a little sewing hiatus. I had a couple of big projects this year that have wiped out my sewing energy.    Does that ever happen to you? Something about a deadline gets me motivated so I jumped on board to participate in Craft Book […]

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I’m so happy to finally have the Snow Star quilt pattern finished! The pattern includes instructions for 4 quilt sizes: Mini – 25″ x 25″ Baby – 50″ x 50″ Twin – 75″ x 100″ Queen  – 100″ x 100″ You can find it on Craftsy or in my Etsy shop. I appreciate your support […]

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As I’m finishing the  last quilt for this bee, I realized I haven’t shared my work on Dana‘s quilt! Dana was one of the first of us to post her starter block and I was really excited about her inspiration. Her family went on a road trip over last summer and her quilt block (a […]

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  • I love this– I want to make one for 2014.ReplyCancel

  • I do love these round robin quilts, you never know what fabulousness you’ll get back!ReplyCancel

  • Kit Little

    Love this quilt!! This has inspired me – our family to a trip to the UK last year and I think a quilt would be a great way to remember it! Now, just to find the time 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Flying Blind

    Too awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    This is such an awesome quilt! What a great way to always remember a special trip!ReplyCancel

  • This quilt is very striking! I love the colors too. I showed it to my husband, the camper, and he thought it was way cool too. Thanks for sharing this.ReplyCancel

  • I LOVE this quilt!!! What a great idea! I love crafts that tell a story or have personal meaning!

    I am new to quilting and am striving to learn more and more each day. I found your blog through the Atlanta Modern Quilters Guild site. I couldn’t tell how active they were… is it just monthly? And can you give me more information about how you enjoy it? There’s not much of a sewing community where I am at, and we have lost a lot of the local fabric stores in the past couple years. I am interested in joining the AMQG but since it is a little bit of a drive for me, I want to hear a “real life” review before making a big day of it, if that makes sense.

    Thank you for any feedback you can give!ReplyCancel

January 2nd already, I truly cannot believe it!    The last few months have been full of family time and it has really been nice. I hope to get back in the swing of things and I thought I’d kick the year off with a new tutorial. Several had questioned how this quilt was made and […]

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  • Lovely! Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Susan

    Hi Lindsay thanx for sharing this tut. this will definitely be my 1st quilt of the year. But please can you advise? Did you make some squares low volumne and some squares in dark colours to achieve the shading result? SusanReplyCancel

  • Beth

    Love the look of these blocks – can you share some basics about making the Square in a Square blocks?ReplyCancel

  • Gina

    Thank you so much for the well illustrated tutorial . The PDF format is fantastic. I have saved it on my ipad. It’s a good block for a bee !ReplyCancel

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