Tomorrow begins registration for Sewing Summit 2013.   It’s only 8 weeks away! I will be teaching a lecture and a hands on class for Sewing With Leather. I wanted to share the pictures and description in the event you are interested in this class! I will be offering the lecture and tote pattern for purchase […]

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  • Sounds like it will be a great class!ReplyCancel

  • ylmommyx4

    Looking forward to seeing you and hopefully getting into one of your classes.ReplyCancel

  • ooo, i love this lindsey! wish I could come and take your classReplyCancel

  • that bag is gorgeous. Real leather? I’m not brave enough to try that on my machine. I’m guessing a denim needle or heavier would be required.ReplyCancel

    • You could totally do it on your machine! A leather needle or heavy duty needle and you are good to go!!ReplyCancel

Week 9 winner, # 17 Linh! ——– Hi all!   Today starts Week 10 of the sew along and the 1st day of school at my house.    It’s been a busy morning! This week’s project is the largest in the book, the Swedish Bloom Time Quilt.    Kerry from Very Kerry Berry is sharing the quilt she […]

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  • Lori E. Green

    Hi LIndsey,

    I love, love your blog, I’ve been following you for a long time. I was hoping to see you at Sewing Summit this year, but now have to sell my ticket.

    Do you know of anyone in need of a ticket? Please let me know.

    Thanks, LoriReplyCancel

  • […] Please Sew-Along and this is the last week the Flickr group will be linking up with Lindsey at LR Stitched.  Next week we will be at Debbie’s place at A Quilter’s Table, sharing our projects.  […]ReplyCancel

  • Kerry’s quilt is completely awesome xxxReplyCancel

One of the hard parts of a pattern can be making sure that you and the author are on the same page. We all understand things differently based upon our experiences and when a pattern does not have many diagrams it can be hard to move forward when something doesn’t make sense! First thing to […]

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  • Thanks Lindsey will make a note of these in the book. My patchwork panels worked out at 6″ and I adapted my lining in accordance with the bubble dimensions and ended up with no overlap but I fudged on and it looks ok and will be serviceable. I should have waited until today to start and benefitted from your tips.ReplyCancel

    • Thank you Sheila. I figure it’s a utility box so what’s important is what goes inside of it, right!?ReplyCancel

  • Charity

    Beautiful fabric 😉ReplyCancel

  • Charity Reesor

    Got my thread today 😉 THANKS! Love it 😉

    Sent from my iPhoneReplyCancel

  • This should help tremendously! I already made my box but those steps were definitely tricky and hard to understand!ReplyCancel

  • Charmaine

    Thanks – I also had the same problem. I cut out the sides first and cut the bottom only once I had the sides made up and I could check they fitted. This was a bit of luck as I followed the bubble tip and it would have been annoying to have cut out a bottom too small!ReplyCancel

Week 8 winner, #7 Mary Moon!   ————— We are to the halfway point of the sew along this week and I have been so inspired by all that has been created thus far.  So much creativity! This week’s project is a three dimensional box perfect for storing notions or scraps.    My Scrappy Box […]

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Week 7 winner, #3 Debbie! ———- I just love the project for this week, the Books for Baby Quilt.   This  project uses paper piecing and a chance to use scrap fabrics to make the little book covers.     Jennifer from Ellison Lane Quilts is sharing her quilt today and her finished project is […]

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