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February 20, 2019
Fleece Scarf Tutorial from Patchwork Posse

This fleece scarf tutorial will show you how to quickly make a scarf. Plus, with a loop to keep it on and in place! Adjustable size for kids to adults.
Finding a scarf for the kids is kind of hard.  
There are a lot to choose from, but they fall off, are too long….the list goes on.
Oh, and then they don’t wear them.
Using fleece {in totally cool prints}, adding a little loop {so it won’t fall off} is a great solution.
In addition to that, it’s only 4 steps and super quick to make ...

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February 13, 2019
Rattata Stuffie from Becca's Crazy Projects

I pick up every Free Pattern Friday release sew desu ne? hosts. Because I like to be prepared for any stuffie emergency. This isn't an emergency, but I did want to use one of their patterns to make a Pokemon stuffie of Rattata.

I grabbed some purple fleece and set up the embroidery machine to do some fun stitching. The first stitch-out was fine, but poorly aligned, so I had to stitch it out again. Thank goodness I still have fleece. If you want to get into making stuffies, I highly recommend their collection of tutorials. Great stuff!
I ...

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January 30, 2019
Fleece Vest from Becca's Crazy Projects

I ran across a free pattern on Purl Soho for a quilted wool vest. I've been playing with the idea of  quilting one up with some fancy quilting, but then I got the crazy idea to make one using two layers of fleece.

Thankfully, I had enough fleece in my collection I could get one cut and stitched up. I used about 1 yard of the colorful print and the same amount of solid black.
The edges are bound with a narrow strip of fleece held in place with a nice cover stitch finish. It isn't perfect, but ...

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January 28, 2019
Quest for Warmth from Becca's Crazy Projects

I have stacks and stacks of fleece fabric. Some I purchased, some was gifted to me by Aunt Betty (see this great video from Professor Pincushion about Aunt Betty).

A friend said they were making a ruana and I wanted to join in. This seemed a great opportunity to use some of that fleece. I used this pattern from McCall's to get me started. After that, well, I just went my own way.

I had three yards of this fun print in my collection. It was more than enough for this project. The pattern calls for cutting the back ...

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January 9, 2019
Pattern Hack Pokemon from Becca's Crazy Projects

I wanted to make a Jigglypuff for a friend. Because everyone loves Jigglypuff!

I bought the Chubby Dragon plush pattern by Sew Desu Ne as a jumping off point. Their patterns are excellent! So many great tips for sewing with fleece and minky fabrics. I highly recommend their patterns. If you're saving your pennies, you can still get started because there are so many free patterns available. I used an online image to help me design the machine embroidery for the eyes. It isn't perfect, but there was a limit to how many times I was willing to ...

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December 1, 2018
Free and quick Shannon Cuddle Fleece Hat pattern! from Art and Quilting in Camden

Hi everyone…is anyone else madly trying to figure out what to do for Christmas gifts?  Here’s a FREE pattern by me, with major thanks to Shannon Fabrics for the Cuddle fleece.  Literally you can make a couple of these in an hour or so–give yourself three hours and a yard and you can make half a dozen in production-line mode!

How many selfies do you need to take to eliminate many chins or no chin? LOL! I love my soft hat!

And here is what the hat looks like, flat:

Two hats…I mean I used up ...

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November 1, 2018
The last bits of fleece make an easy peasy hat! from Art and Quilting in Camden

So I decided to use up the very last bits of my buffalo check fleece.  I began with 4 3/4 yards of the 58-60″ wide cloth.  The second photo shows the last bits!   These hats are SO FAST to make…including figuring out the best sewing sequence it took less than an hour for the first one.  If you wanted to make a half dozen, you could do that in an afternoon–quick and easy winter gifts!

How many selfies do you need to take to eliminate many chins or no chin? LOL! I love my soft hat!

This ...

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October 17, 2018
Fleece Hooded Cowl from Becca's Crazy Projects

The wonderful designer behind sew desu ne? released this fun hooded cowl pattern for free! This is only one of the many free patterns on the site. If you want to try out sewing with fleece I highly recommend the tutorials and some of the great free patterns. Free patterns for both fleece wearables and plush critters are available.
The fleece hooded cowl is a great pattern. I didn't add any of the details to make the design into a unicorn or a dragon, but those are available options. I used KAM snaps instead of the buttons and button ...

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October 14, 2018
Call me a Shannon Cuddle fan! from Art and Quilting in Camden

A heavenly combination: my studio, my Janome 9400 and Shannon Fabrics cuddle fabric–I’m ready for winter!  This fabric is so soft you just want to pet it, snuggle under it, and not give it away as a gift!

Last May, Janome America had its first ever Janome Education Summit, and one of the presenters was Shannon Fabrics.  From the kit they provided, I made the lovely summery top in this blogpost.  But they also shared samples of their fabrics, including these two.  True confession:  I have this Elmer Fudd-esque love affair with red and black buffalo check.  When ...

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July 6, 2018
New Pattern in my Collection from Becca's Crazy Projects

On Friday Sew Desu Ne? published a new pattern that I could not resist. A Plush Backpack is not a a thing I need in my life but that doesn't stop me from wanting one.

I printed out the pattern directions and the pattern templates. I store patterns in a couple different ways, but this one I wanted to bind so I could page through it easily. We've had this comb binder for ages and I do use it a few times a year. I would love to recommend this one to you but it seems Amazon doesn ...

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June 3, 2018
Animal Inspired Renter Quilts! from Quilted Joy

We are always talking about the different shapes that make up quilt blocks. Squares, triangles, rectangles, even hexagons can be combined in a variety of ways to create tops of wonder to the eye. But besides sewing blocks with shapes, you can have a lot of fun with applique as well. Now not all of these quilts were appliqued, but they are all adorable animal designs!

Judy's Jelly Roll Race quilt with an appliqued Fox!

Judy's Jelly Roll Race quilt with an appliqued Fox!

Judy made this quilt for a baby shower gift. Is it not absolutely adorable? The quilt itself is just a simple jelly roll race. Judy then appliqued that cute fox on top. She even ...

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May 15, 2018
Sweet Summertime Door Hanger from Creatin' in the Sticks

Are you ready for summer?

I am a summertime girl and love it so much I'm ready to break out the summer decor.

Be “ice cream social” this summer with this fun door hanger.

I'm over on the Thermoweb Blog today
with the full free tutorial to make your own.

The writing is so easy to stitch with  StitchnSew EZ Quilt Block Sheets • 8.5 in x 11 in

Let sweet summertime begin!
This door hanger finishes at 9 1/2" x 15" without the ribbon hanger.

Speaking of ribbon, this was the first time I used the ...

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February 16, 2018
Red Fish, Blue Fish! from Becca's Crazy Projects

I couldn't stop with the fish hats.

This time, I pulled a bunch red fabrics and got cutting and stitching. 
One fish is not as much fun as two, so here is a blue one. Aren't those fins fun?
Red Fish! That dorsal fin gives such a great mowhawk look.
Blue Fish!
Aren't they fun?

Make your own Choly Knight's wonderful Slouchy Fleece Fish Hat.

If you want to learn to work with fleece, you should really check out Choly Knight's blog Sew Desu Ne? You will find loads of free patterns to try out ...

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February 12, 2018
Something Fishy from Becca's Crazy Projects

Last week I took the day off to take our pup to have her teeth cleaned. That story is too long and expensive to repeat so I'll just move on to the fabric store. 

I purchased Choly Knight's wonderful Slouchy Fleece Fish Hat pattern the day after it was released and decided this would be a great day to pick up some fleece. Sure, I have pounds and pounds of fleece, but I didn't have any orange, pink, white, or yellow. I may have gotten a little carried away with my purchases, but the fleece was half-price ...

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January 26, 2018
The Blipper Blanket from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Learn to make this fun fleece blanket, that is sure to keep those toes warm!

We’re living in 2018, folks.  I must admit, I always expected it to be a bit more…futuristic. You know, flying cars, robot housekeepers, vacation homes on Mars. That kind of stuff. But even though you won’t be traveling to work by jetpack any time soon, you CAN snuggle your blankie allllll the way up to your chin without leaving your feet out in the cold, and THAT’s an invention that’ll change lives!


Jenny shows a unique way to create a fleece blanket that will always keep your feet warm!

The Blipper is a super soft fleece blanket with a pocket for your feet. (Blanket + slipper = Blipper. So clever!) Click HERE to shop ...

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January 11, 2018
first quarter projects from Making A Lather

I have a few projects I hope to finish in the first quarter of 2018. I have started and hope to finish a turtle quilt for my Grandson.

I waant to quilt Bonnie Hunter's  Easy street quilt

and a stack and whack butterfly quilt

We have finished with the fleeces and they are all packed away in the shed.We didn't mark this one to know what sheep it is. a mystery

and I have transferred my next rug hooking project to linen.I used red dot to trace the pattern from a magazine print out. and then ...

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October 17, 2017
Easy No Sew DIY Fleece Blanket from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Here in Hamilton, Missouri, the first hints of fall weather are upon us, and we know winter weather will be here soon. Short days and long nights can be chilly, and there is nothing better than curling up with a cup of hot cocoa and a warm blanket.

One of the best ways to add some snuggle to your fall and winter days is with fleece, and Missouri Star Quilt Co. has a wide selection of solids, prints and licensed designs that will warm you up in no time!

With so many fun designs, there is something for everyone! Check ...

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September 26, 2017
Woof Woof Meow Pet Stockings from Creatin' in the Sticks

At Christmas time, are you like us and give your pets presents too?

This year Santa will have stockings to fill for our furry family members.
Mollie is ready!

Today I am over at Thermoweb with a tutorial to make quick patchwork stockings for your favorite 4 legged friends. 
 Those tails will be wagging with excitement when you combine
 HeatNBond fusible fleece
 with Moda's new fabric,
 Woof Woof Meow by Stacy Iest Hsu
 to make some super sweet pet stockings.

These fabrics are so fun and Aurifil 50 wt. in #2310 is a great match for stitching around those ...

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September 28, 2015
Finally Off the Design Wall from Color Me Quilty

This quilt has been up on my design wall for months. It feels good to have it down and done.

 Not only is it done, it's all washed and soft. Simon, of course, had to test that out.

 I used Aurifil 50 wt white thread for the whole project - top and bobbin. Quilted beautifully.

 Simon is pointing out one of his favorite blocks. I combined many of Leah Day's fills within some organic shapes surrounded with straight lines.

The front is fun, but so is the back. I just used fleece as the batting and backing, just two ...

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May 26, 2015
A good fleece day from Charmed Creations

The sun was shining, it was going to get warm... so what's a woman to do?  Wash and prep fleece!

Last summer/fall I had acquired a fleece, a whole fleece from a lady in Alberta.  She was able to get them from a farmer local to her.  I ordered one.. since I was just getting into processing wool to spin into yarn.  

The breed of sheep is a cross between Rambouillet and Rideau Arcott.  Now that probably won't mean much to most people, yet if you've ever heard of merino wool, it's frequently touted as ...

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