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June 12, 2020
Catch All Caddy 2.0 from Wendy's Quilts and More

I've got another finished bag to share with you.  

This is the Catch All Caddy 2.0 from Patterns by Annie.

I gave my mum the pattern for Christmas and the fabrics for her bag (Land Art by Odile Bailloeul for Free Spirit Fabrics), shown on the left above.  

Then, after just a few days, it dawned on me that she might make one for me too, so I quilted the panels for my bag before mum went home to Auckland.  She took them with her, and when we went to Auckland a couple of weeks ago she presented ...

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May 29, 2020
Zip It Up bags from Wendy's Quilts and More

A couple of weeks ago I watched Tula Pink's video launching her new black and white fabric line - Linework (It won't be available for months yet, so don't panic).  Towards the end of the video Tula showed two Zip It Up! bags she had made.  I thought they looked amazing so I dashed off and ordered the pattern from the Ribbon Rose in Auckland.

Here's a link to Tula's video.  The bags appear at about 22 minutes in.

Of course we can't get Linework yet, so I ordered some half yards of Tula's ...

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March 3, 2020
A Place For Everything Bag – Tips & Tricks from Brown Bird Designs Quilts

For a couple of months now, I have been dreaming of a way to organize my sewing machine’s odds and ends. The accessory case that came with my Bernina broke after falling off a table many years ago. Although only one of the doors from the case will not stay put, I haven’t wanted to use it because it isn’t very stable. I thought about buying something like the Sew Stack Machine Feet Box but decided that I could just make my own. I bought a pattern By Annie called A Place For Everything, then found the ...

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December 27, 2019
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Wendy's Quilts and More

2019 is almost over.  I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas with family and friends.  We certainly did here.

I cleared my sewing table in the family room and we put the presents on the table, rather than under the tree this year.

I got 3 new Mill Hill Santas to join the one I've already made.  I love making these little decorations and they look so good on the tree.  Here are some other Mill Hill kits I've made in previous years.

I gave mum some of the new Land Art fabric by Odile Bailloeul ...

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