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A month or so ago we had a special projects day at Allatoona focusing on selvages. We were each given a kit to make a mug rug – only selvages needed to be added. I have no shortage of selvages so I made my mug rug but never showed it. Here it is.
I really want to start another selvage quilt but I can’t seem to decide on a pattern. I keep seeing patterns I like and haven’t been able to settle on one.
I also worked on my Christmas quilt today. I have most of the rows put ...read more
|Project Cutting List Rev. 2|
I noticed a huge surge in stats yesterday that seemed to be coming from Facebook. I thought over 1,000 views was a little bit odd for my blog!
Sure enough, the Project Cutting List had been shared there.....which is fine.
One of the comments suggested an added column to check off when completed. I liked that, so a little revision was needed.
If you are seeing this for the first time.....I put together this chart to help me when cutting a block with multiple sizes of pieces. I had a minor mistake ...
I have been working on small things...snack mats and mug rugs all week. I worked with everything from strings to hunks, threw in some appliques and leftovers. These are practical ones, not necessarily beauties.
Get your spark on with this adorable candle mat measuring a mere 9 1/2″ x 12 1/2″. This makes it doable before the fireworks start. The pattern is offered on Connecting Threads, and best of all, it’s a free download. Product description:
This beautiful candle mat is Old Glory, and a fire cracker set to celebrate. What’s July without the red, white, and blue?
Click the link below to get the Fourth of July pattern. Note: You will need to have the latest version of Adobe; they provide a link.read more
Hi! My name is Ula and I blog over at Lulu & Celeste. I like to share the things that I sew and create for (and with) my two little girls, Silly Bean, aged 5, and Miss V, almost 2. Mainly up to this point, this has involved pattern testing and blog tours which have been […]
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So, from my understanding a mug rug is simply a drink coaster on Viagra. Bigger then a normal coaster, but not fully a placemat, a mug rug holds not only your coffee/tea mug, but also has room ...
At Spring market this year, a coffee shop made these wonderful peach-ginger iced teas. Oh my goodness they were yummy and I drank several while at the convention center. Well I watched them make it and have figured out how to make my own here at home. You will need to brew some tea.... I made a pitcher of English Black Tea, but Green Tea will work too. To make Peach Ginger Ice Tea you will need;
I know it might be hard to tell from this blog, but I have sewn some this week. I've also been busy with lots of other stuff. But mostly I've been getting ready for the East Cobb Quilt Show next week. I have been restocking my patterns, pricing everything, making little pincushions and mug rugs to sell, and designing how I'm going to
I even have two new patterns to debut at the show, as well as a wool kit, some fabrics and small bundles! I hope ... read more
I realized yesterday that my mug rug by my sewing machine was Christmas fabric. While I am planning a Christmas theme for July, I didn't really want Christmas in my sewing room in June. I also wanted something that I could knock out in an afternoon. So I dug out those string blocks that I've been making. Six of those, a little batting, and some premade binding I had a new mug rug. For those who don't know a mug rug is bigger than a coaster. It's so you have room for your mug and maybe ...read more
Last night our guild met up and had a little make and take mug rug project. I made this one up for the sample and just had the binding to finish. I have been so out of tune with sewing for the whole month that it just feels good to actually finish something no matter how small. :) Finally have a bit of sunshine to go with that little accomplishment! I used Allison's tutorial on how toread more
Wow I have been missing in action for a while. Sorry about that. Working full time is wiping me out. I have done a few things like set my sewing room back up and now it is spread through out the house.
I have loaded my second quilt on my frame but have not finished it yet. Hopefully soon.
This morning I realised I had forgot to share my mug rug that I made for a swap between Lakeland Florida Modern Quilt Guild and Brisbane Modern Quilt Guild. This was very challenging since when I signed up I did not ...