Jennifer and I just wrapped up a fun swap called Stitch It | Zippy Pouches.    My pouch has been received so I wanted to share what I made! My partner loved low volume with pops of black, arrows, Anna Maria Horner and Alison Glass. I squeezed all of that in one and made what I […]

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  • Wow- I really love the pouch you made and the pouch you received. I need that arrow pattern for sure!ReplyCancel

  • Karen Ann

    I adore your arrow pouch and love that you cut them in half. Cute!!ReplyCancel

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  • Erin

    This pattern is no longer available on craftsy (I am guessing due to the VAT mess) do you by any chance know who sells it?ReplyCancel

  • Hot damn, I don’t think I’ve seen sexier arrows! The b/w stripey fabric really makes these pop! I’ve pinned it to my “Quilty Goodness” board on Pinterest (with proper credit, of course!). Feel free to follow me if you’d like:

  • I love the cut arrows; they’re so much more interesting that way! Modern, colorful and really work on that pouch.

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  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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  • […] I sewed it up into a basic zippy pouch and topped it off with a gold tassel from my tutorial here. […]ReplyCancel

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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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  • Elizabeth @ hobbylobbyist

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  • 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

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  • 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

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