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January 16, 2020
Pin It Weekly #302 from Fleur de Lis Quilts and Accessories

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Let's say hello to a few followers. 

The Lincoln MQG has this adorable planner cover that threw me down a rabbit hole of crafty things I'd like to make. Here are a few of the other pins I couldn't resist in that rabbit hole.

My Zippy Quilter's Planner Cover - The Crafty QuilterFree Zippy Quilter's Planner Cover PDF Pattern | The Quilter's Planner

Susan Sweeney did me the favor of pinning a few more of these craft items. Which I also pinned to "craft diy make."
Bedside Pockets Organizer - free sewing tutorial — SewCanShe | Free Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

Car Diddy Bag - Free Sewing Tutorial — SewCanShe | Free Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

Emily Taylor has some interesting pieces of furniture pinned. 
Konrad Dining Table in Carob design by Nuevo – BURKE DECOR
Dexter Leather Arm Chair | Rejuvenation

Patrick Mid Century Antique Brass Oak Wood Dining Table
And finally here is The Cheeky Cognoscenti with some fun applique blocks.

Jingle BOM Applique Block 2, Design by Erin Russek of One Piece At A Time

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Name Your Goliath: My Giant Is Named JINGLE, So I'm Quilting It Anyway

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And that's today's PIW. Have a great ...

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January 10, 2020
DIY Reusable Tote Bags from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hi Makers! 

My name is Trisha. I’ve joined AGF in December 2019 and so far my experience has been very enjoyable. The best part is being surrounded by creative people every day. As well as learning more about the sewing community. I’ve always had some sort of exposure to it by working at Fabrics & Crafts store when I was younger and from my grandmother having her own tailor shop back in the old days.  Some further background info about me, I was born and raised here in South Florida. I have a bachelor’s in Graphic Design so ...

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January 3, 2020
An easy kitchen gift to make from Winter Wanderings

I've learned how to make a new gift item for family and friends.  The supplies are easy:  
a kitchen towel (can be a special holiday towel, or any kitchen towel that makes you smile), 
a coordinating potholder with a loop to hang it by, 
a large decorative button 
and matching thread.

To make this easy-to-sew kitchen gift:
First, gather the supplies listed above: a dish towel, coordinating potholder, decorative button and matching thread.
Hint: Use a potholder with a loop as the loop becomes the buttonhole, but I am getting ahead of myself.  The loop can be placed in ...

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December 16, 2019
12 DIY Ornaments To Make With Kids from The Ruthless Crafter

Holiday decor filled with pieces made by your own hands help make the best holiday memories. Here's my top 12 DIY ornaments to make with the kids this season.

The post 12 DIY Ornaments To Make With Kids appeared first on .

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December 12, 2019
How to Make a Pillowcase with French Seams, No Raw Edges, No Serger Needed! from Quilt Addicts Anonymous

For our seventh Make of Christmas we are bringing back an oldie but a goodie. In this replay on how to make a pillowcase, I show you how to use your leftover yardage or novelty fabric to create a custom pillowcase with no raw edges.

That means we cover how to do a hot dog roll to get all of your raw edges concealed in the pillowcase sleeve, and how to make a French seam, which sounds way more complicated than it actually is, to give your pillowcase a finished look with no raw edges. No serger needed!

This video ...

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December 5, 2019
BLOG REMIX 2 – The Patchwork Christmas Stocking from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

The Patchwork Christmas Stocking is the final project for Blog Remix Season 2! We’ve had sew much fun this time around and have added many new sewing skills to our repertoire! The blog remixes revisit previous tutorials with updated fabrics, notions, and tips and tricks to inspire you to make your next project. Whether you’ve seen this project before or it’s your first time, there’s a remix project for everyone.

In this last-but-not-least remix of the year, we’re doing a spin on The Patchwork Christmas Stocking! Just in time for the holidays! Let’s see ...

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November 12, 2019
Juniper Basket in two sizes (new pdf pattern) from Sotak Handmade

Happy Tuesday friends,

I'm over the moon excited to show you my newest sewing pattern :)

This is Juniper Basket, super handy fabric basket with a zipper pocket on the outside, slip pocket on the inside, and a fabulously handy drawstring closure on top.

And, it comes in two sizes.

FINISHED SIZE (wide x tall x deep): 
SMALL – 9'' x 7'' x 6'' 
LARGE – 11'' x 8 ½'' x 7''

+  +  +  +  +

Materials needed to make one small size basket:

FABRIC A (main exterior) – 1/2 yard 
FABRIC B (drawstring closure + handles) – 1/4 yard 
FABRIC C (lining) – 3/4 yard
fusible ...

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November 5, 2019
acorn tutorial time . . . from Count it *all* JOY!

These little fellows were just so much fun to make ... and to me they were especially endearing, knowing that their little caps came from our own trees!  They whip up really quickly and easily, so if my instructions are tough to follow, it's me, not them!

First, round up some caps!  We have a number of different types of acorn-bearing oaks in the camp, so I was able to find some different looking styles and sizes!  
We've been really wet over the past several weeks, so after I picked up all the caps I wanted, I put them ...

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November 4, 2019
BLOG REMIX 2 – Sew Solid Mini Quilts from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

We’re nearing the end of another season of blog remixes! We had so much fun with the remixed projects from last year that we had a go at round two! The blog remixes revisit previous tutorials with updated fabrics, notions, and tips and tricks to inspire you to make your next project. Whether you’ve seen this project before or it’s your first time, there’s a remix project for everyone.

There are several fun projects in the Sew Solid series! The first is an ALL NEW design – a nod to one of the hardest-working tools in our ...

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October 23, 2019
Essex Wallet (new pdf pattern) from Sotak Handmade

Hello friends, I hope you all are doing well.

I'm super, super excited as I get to share my newest pattern with you today :)

This is Essex Wallet.

I've been meaning to design a wallet pattern for quite some time so having this cutie all finished feels even more special than usual.

I love how this wallet isn't too large, yet it's roomy enough for all the necessities one might need. There are slots for eight cards, two slip pockets for cash, and even a super handy zipper compartment. Plus a closure tab, of course.

I ...

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October 16, 2019
Fall Cleaning from Becca's Crazy Projects

I've been looking at the front of the travel trailer and thinking how shabby it looks. I convinced Darling Husband to try out an outdoor cleaner
So much better! Although, now it is the end of the season and it is unlikely we'll be hitting the road anytime soon. At least it looks nice in the drive.

Tools and supplies (affiliate links):
Mr. Clean Outdoor Cleaner
Lynx Levelers 10-pack

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October 15, 2019
removable wrist strap (video tutorial) from Sotak Handmade

Hello lovelies, happy Tuesday to you all!

As I mentioned last week, I've been diving into my scrap bins and trying to come up with many different ways of turning all those precious pieces of fabric into useful projects. I seem to have a lot of strings in my bins and I thought making some removable wrist straps for my pouches would be fun. And, it totally was :).

I love that all I needed to make each of these wrist straps was one 2'' x 12'' strip of quilting cotton, one 2'' x 11'' strip of interfacing (I used ...

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October 7, 2019
BLOG REMIX 2 – Halloween Treat Bag FREE Pattern from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

This month’s remix is revisiting one of our previous tutorials, the Halloween Treat Bag. This time we’re back with new fabrics, notions, and tips and tricks to inspire you to make your next project. Whether you’ve seen this project before or it’s your first time, there’s a remix project for everyone.

The Halloween Treat Bag is a not-sew-spooky tote bag that is perfect for the trick-or-treaters in your life! We have two Tote Bag Kits available for you to sew with, or you can take this opportunity to use up some of your favorite Halloween ...

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October 30, 2014
FALL ORNAMENTS from Sewing Lab

Oh man! It's already quite cold outside and around 4 pm totally dark, but what can I say...I love fall here! I really love seeing all the wooden houses with the lights on and with lots of lighted candles placed on every window, it's so cozy!

We are spending a lot of time indoors these days, our afternoons are basically coffee, music, candles and blankets. Yesterday I spent some time hand sewing some cute fall ornaments to hang around the house! The two leaves are made from an Ikea fabric I bought some time ago (which I ...

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