’Tis the Season for Quilting! Holiday tradition meets modern quilting in this colorful tree made entirely from circles.
It’s a monster mash! Today I’m really excited to share with you my Build Your Own Monster pattern exclusively for WeAllSew. There are thousands of ways to customize your own creepy (or cute!) appliqué to stitch onto a t-shirt or treat bag.
Week Three of our Deer Quilt Sew-Along with LUKE Haynes – get ready to quilt!
Hello, WeAllSew friends! This is Amber from Crazy Little Projects. One of the things I love to do on my blog is make appliqued animal-hooded towels. Applique can seem a little intimidating but isn’t really all that hard when you start with a quick and easy project like this fun Fourth of July hand towel.
Ginger Pahos sent me photos of some gorgeous – and super cute! – children’s clothes she made. Don’t you wish you were 4-years old again with a closet full of dresses, jackets, and pants like these? What fun!
Amy Millsaps, who works at Raintree Quilting in Juneau, Alaska, sent me this picture of the beautiful Paris wallhanging she composed in DesignWorks software. She combined clipart and embroidery files from BERNINA Embroidery Software 6, OESD Flourish Fancy pack #12224, and the Rose Gown Applique and Paintwork design from DesignWorks Sampler 1 for a lovely montage
Grab one of these and you can make any place your tea corner. The “sweetener” is how quick they are to make. Next time you’re invited for tea (or coffee) bring a stack of these as a gift ‒ and look for the smile you’ll get in return.
Watch for Kaffe Fassett and Liza Prior Lucy’s latest book, Shots and Strips, due to be released in late February. The book features quilts made only with woven stripe and “shot” (woven solid) fabrics. All but a couple of quilts, which were hand-pieced or appliqued, were pieced on Liza’s BERNINA sewing machines.
My neighbor’s flowers were being taken…just the tops…and she was baffled. Where could they be? Maybe a furry critter was eating them? We laughed and decided the mystery was solved. The situation tickled my funny bone so I wrote it down as a children’s mystery story. Then I thought, “What about the critter’s story?”