A few random things: • Stash Match!  My friend Ali created a fun concept for a game.  She gives an inspiration photo to several bloggers and has them pull fabric from their stash inspired by the picture.    She jumbles up the pictures and a photo of each blogger and you try and match the stash […]

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  • Ella

    Yours is one of the only one I’m sure I got right!ReplyCancel

  • maria

    I have a question, can a quilt be more wide than long? Please i really would appreciate your fast (like yesterday!!!)answer. I learn to quilt by myself, reading and viewing youtube. Im following by emailReplyCancel

  • Birthday Bash Swap March 2014 | What the Bobbin?

    […] on the cosmetic case I wanted to make for the first bday girl. This pattern is by Lindsey Rhoads @ LRStitched. You can find the free pattern here. Free is […]ReplyCancel

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Week 4 Winner, #38 Christine! ————— It’s unreal to me that today is July 1st and week 5 of the sew along.   This year is moving fast! This week we will be finishing up the projects for the kitchen with the Diamond Patchwork Placemat.    Lynne from Lily’s Quilts is sharing her placemat with us today […]

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Week 3 Winner, # 48 Amy from LA! ————— This week’s project is a pieced cafe apron that would be as cute in the craft room as in the kitchen!   Our blogger this week is Angela from Cut to Pieces and she’s made a beautiful version along with sharing some tips on construction to help […]

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  • […] The best part of this project was the fun I had when I asked my daughter if she would take a few pictures of me wearing it!  I don’t get what the big joke was… but, we had quite a laugh.   And to spoil a sneaky secret– The pot I am stirring… it was “empty” – I wasn’t really cooking.  A few pictures of my new apron and the photo-shoot yesterday. And a couple of shots of the  patchwork pocket! Linking up with Lindsey at LR Stitched! […]ReplyCancel

  • […] Patchwork Please Zakka Sew Along is happening now and I have been happy just looking at all of the beautiful creations that everyone […]ReplyCancel

  • […] fabric envy I felt with every posted apron picture  in the Flickr group, and  the link-ups at LR Stitched.   Ayumi’s design was simple, but that was perfect because the real show was in the  […]ReplyCancel

I did a little altering to this week’s project for Patchwork Please, the Tea Cozy. I love tea but I don’t own a teapot.  I boil water the boring way. I do have a toaster though so I decided to make my toaster a happy home. I love how it turned out! TEA easily rearranged […]

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  • Cathlene

    Great project. I like my tea pot and my toaster and love new inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • It’s great Lindsey! I don’t use a teapot either, though I do own one it just sits in the cupboard all the time because I’m a coffee drinker. Loving the pompom border!ReplyCancel

  • jane

    Lindsey – that is terrific!! You know, I do have lots of teapots because I like them – but I don’t use anyone of them. I love making tea cosies – I have two cupcake ones and I plan to make this one. Funny, aren’t we!! I use my hot water dispenser. I love house themes.ReplyCancel

  • Maeve

    I love these projects and so I downloaded the eBook from Books-a-Million. A warning to all sewists: While the download is beautiful, it is NOT printable, not even one pattern or one page. So, if you are wanting the patterns or templates, you need to purchase the regular book itself in order to copy anything. Ayumi herself wasn’t even aware of this when I contacted her and she graciously responded to my emails. (She is soooo nice!) So, BUY THE BOOK, not the eBook.ReplyCancel

  • This is a really sweet adaptation. Love it!ReplyCancel

  • That is so adorable!!! What a creative idea 🙂 Never would have thought of that!

    CindyReplyCancel

  • Totally clever! It turned out really really cute!ReplyCancel

  • Vera

    That is super cute!ReplyCancel

  • Vonda

    I purchased the digital book from Interweave and am able to print out whatever I want including multiple copies of the patterns etc.ReplyCancel

  • Flying Blind

    You are one step away from a Toilet Roll cover!!!ReplyCancel

  • Oh, Lindsey, how sweet and cheerful it is! I’m still working on mine.ReplyCancel

  • what a great idea. I don’t drink tea so didn’t bother this week – now I shall have to think what I could make a cosy for!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy

    Nice job Lindsey!ReplyCancel

  • You were so smart to turn “tea” into “eat!” And I think your applique is adorable, especially with those butter pats. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Florence

    Great idea !! and nice job !!ReplyCancel

  • I love this great idea! It looks fantastic too!ReplyCancel

  • This is a brilliant idea! I’d like to hide the toaster!ReplyCancel

  • Cath T

    Slapping forehead. It occurred to me that my Mother’s toaster coffee is probably 100 years old, well, not really, but it looks pretty ratty. It passed through my head she needs a new one. This is so cute! I need to do this for Mom. The toast and butter is charming.ReplyCancel

  • […] Please quilt along. She adapted it to her own tastes, bread and butter! She talks about the project here, and even provides a toast applique pattern you can use to make your own Eat Toast […]ReplyCancel

  • Thanks Blog Mama, I was going to skip this one, but I have a ugly toaster..ReplyCancel

  • Shermaine

    Now I’m like, well duh! Truly thaukfnl for your help.ReplyCancel

Week #2 Winner, #28 Emilee.  Congrats! ———- This week we are making a really cute paper pieced lettered tea cozy and coordinating tea pouch.    I don’t own a teapot but now I want one for my cozy to go.  Or maybe alter a bit to fit my toaster, ha! Our blogger for this project […]

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