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January 14, 2019
6 Projects to Stay Organized from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog


2019 is the year to finally start organizing all the mess that was left behind in 2018! Maybe one of your priorities this year is to start fresh with a clean sewing room, bedroom, or in my case, desk space. At least for me, it hard to concentrate when everything is all over the place and not in their “right home,” and nothing is more satisfying than knowing where everything is and having it all in order. In case, you’re ready to begin revamping and reorganizing your space for this year, here’s some projects that are on my ...

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December 26, 2018
Quick DIY Gift – Coaster Ride Coasters from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber


Around the Bobbin’s Coaster Ride Coasters are a fun and novel way to make coasters that are color-coordinated with your décor! They’re cute for your home and they make a nice housewarming gift, too.

You can make your own designer silicone coaster set that protects surfaces against hot, cold and wet beverages. The set of four silicone coasters comes with instructions for completing the coasters with fabrics of your choice and a coaster holder for the set.

Designer Silicone Coasters

Coaster set by Lisa Amundson on Instagram.


To make four Coasters and a Coaster Holder you’ll need ...

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November 28, 2018
Patchwork Block Mistake to Quilted Patchwork Pouch from Sewing Under the Little Mushroom Cap

I wanted a quick project.

I have a quilt waiting to be quilted. But I think there’s always room for a quick project.

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November 19, 2018
Trim the Tree with our Pinwheel Pincushion Ornaments from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

To get everyone in the Christmas spirit we have come out with the Pinwheel Pincushion Ornament! This adorable Christmas ornament is based on Pinwheel Pincushion YouTube video we made with the girls of Just Another Button Company. Check out the original video here

We also have a YouTube video that gives you some pro tips on attaching buttons to projects! Check it out ..

What you need to make an ornament:

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November 14, 2018
Fun New Project Alert – Gadget Cushion! from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

There is nothing better than finding a cute, new sewing project! It’s even better when it’s fun and easy! The Gadget Cushion by Quiltsmart fits the bill. With the holiday gift giving season coming up, the Gadget Cushion would be a great handmade gift for anyone on your list.

To make a Gadget Cushion you need:

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October 23, 2018
Color Master of The Month: Vibrant Violet from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Vibrant Violet color mood board

Welcome back, Color Master fans! Did you know that the color “violet” represents the future, enhances our imagination and dreams, while keeping us grounded? It got me thinking about how fast the year is going by and that 2019 is right around the corner! Here in Florida, it will start getting cooler with the cold fronts..well “cooler” for us meaning 70 degrees..and we can really appreciate being outdoors. Now, just thinking about it, has me really excited for upcoming holidays, and the color “violet” brings me right to New Years Eve where everyone gathers under the stars to ...

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October 19, 2018
The Cutest Lion Ever from Needle and Foot

When the family was all here for the wedding last month, I asked my daughter in law if I could make a Halloween costume for H.  I know she won’t really ‘trick or treat’ since she isn’t even 2 years old yet.  But the kids at daycare will likely celebrate Halloween.  Also, she is starting to enjoy pretend play and dressing up with silly hats, wearing her mama’s ‘pretties’ (bracelets), etc.  I think even if she doesn’t trick or treat, she will enjoy having the costume to play with.

After chatting, we decided on a lion ...

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October 5, 2018
Curated Bundles for Conceptual Sewing- AGF Bundle Up from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog


Hello AGF Fans,

At AGF, we're always constantly trying to deliver the best fabric collections and inspire sewists around the world to create something new! We're so honored to be apart of this amazing sewing community full of talented, kind and creative people. You motivate us everyday to keep creating new and easier ways to sew in this crazy, busy world! I'm so excited to tell you about something we've been working on for quite sometime! All you fabric lovers and AGF Fans, AGF has heard your many requests and we're happy to announce AGF ...

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August 9, 2018
Fussy Cutting Projects- Find the Perfect Prints! from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

 Hello Makers, 

What is your go to quilting technique? EPP, scrappy quilts, foundation paper piecing, quilt-as-you- go?  There are so many ways to create a single quilt and whatever way you choose why not incorporate a bit of fussy cutting to add a dose of extra cuteness to your handmade creations. When I first started working at Art Gallery Fabrics about  4  and a half years ago, I was introduced to all things quilty! One of the first quilting terms I learned was the word "Fussy Cutting", which I thought at the time was a pretty silly name. When you ...

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August 8, 2018
Back to School Sewing Essentials from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Greetings, makers!


I can’t believe summer’s almost over. I remember as a kid (when I was age 12) I would dread listening to all the “back to school” commercials in mid-July 😂, especially since my mom would worry about getting my supplies early because if you waited too long, shopping becomes chaotic with all the parents scrambling to get what they need. But here we are now, 10 years later repeating history with my 12 year old brother! My brother is starting school in the next couple of weeks, and although he is not excited, he is looking forward ...

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June 27, 2018
A No-Sew Week from Needle and Foot

I miss my sewing machine.  I have not spent much time with her and I suspect she misses me just as much. It is a combination of things – we are having a patio built  and, while I am not doing any of the building, somehow it seems to take up some of my time.  Maybe because I am so excited about the progress (we have wanted this for a very long time) and I keep going out there to watch the next step.  Yesterday they poured a large portion of it and I spent most of the morning watching.  Poor ...

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May 16, 2018
Capes for the Girl Scouts!! from Fabric and Memories

Hello everyone!  It has been awhile since I did a post last, you know how it goes... time gets the better of you! So much going on in life!  But I did want to share this with you all. Yes, my blog is about memories, but also crafts to make memories. Here is about my recent memory! My...

Click on the blog article title to continue reading this post or to browse to Fabric and Memories for more...fabric and memories!

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May 11, 2018
Little Pillowcases from Needle and Foot

About a month ago, my daughter in law texted me to ask if I would make some small pillowcases for my grand baby.  She has recently taken to sleeping with a tiny pillow (which is so darn cute!) So a few cute pillowcases were needed.  Of course I am happy to make whatever I can.  I am unsure why I didn’t get these done sooner because they are so simple.

Hannah pillowcase

Serenghetti Beasties

I made two – each one quite different from the other.  The first one is made with some fabric by Clothworks. It is an organic cotton and the ...

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April 6, 2018
Sewing for Safelight from Needle and Foot

Earlier this week, I shared this picture on Instagram.  I haven’t been feeling well thus very little has occurred in the sewing room.  Soon after returning from Vermont, I began to feel that sense of doom when you know you are coming down with a bug.  Yesterday I had a chest x-ray to confirm I have pneumonia. Yuk.  Not a whole lot of fun and way more than a lot of coughing is happening.

Not all is lost though.  I have been wanting to make a contribution to the annual event that is happening now at From My Carolina ...

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March 9, 2018
Tiny Things for A Doll Like Me from Needle and Foot

This week was a blur.  Each day was busy and the time flew by.  Big news at our house is that Julia has a driver’s license.  This is always a huge milestone for any child and parent.  The contrasting experience is substantial; the freedom and independence of being able to drive vs the increased worry and anxiousness!  Quite the extremes for both the kid and mom and dad. She is a good driver and a responsible person; it is all the weirdos out there that make me worry. I am sure it will be fine though. She was so ...

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January 26, 2018
Tiny Finishes from Needle and Foot

Good morning!  It has been a crazy week which hasn’t allowed me much time in the sewing room.  Plus the two projects I worked on most are not able to be shared just yet.  But I do have something cute to show you.  When I make Chemex cozies for my customers, I end up with scraps.  Of course I do, right?  There are usually several larger scraps that result from cutting the curved shape of the cozy. I have been saving them (because my fabric obsession says I have to).  They are starting to really pile up.


I cut ...

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January 15, 2018
6 Sewing Projects to Organize Your Home from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hey there, makers!

I hope everything is going well! It’s no surprise that January is a hectic month. It’s that time of the year where you’re trying to set the right goals for the year and get as much done is possible. Sometimes it can even be overwhelming! But remember to  take things one step at a time. One of the best ways of avoiding stress during the new year is by keeping your home organized.


It may sound silly, but the less clutter you have around you the more your ideas will flow. Hence, you can ...

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January 9, 2018
Romance is in the air with Love Story fabrics by Maureen Cracknell from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hey there, fab makers!

First of all, Happy New Year! I hope that 2018 is filled with tons of great things for you! The AGF team is back to the office with energy and we can’t wait to show you what we’ve prepared for you this year. We’re starting the year strong with a look book release you’re truly going to fall IN LOVE with. Beautiful makers, we present to you Love Story fabrics by Maureen Cracknell.

This has to be one on the most romantic collections I’ve ever seen! Bright reds, classy teals, blues ...

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January 4, 2018
Handmade Christmas Gifts from Needle and Foot

Now that Christmas is done and gifts have been given and received, I thought I would share what I made with you. Usually I try to find a fun project to make and give during the Christmas season.  In recent years I have made purses, zip pouches, table runners and hot pads. This year I decided to make an apron for my Vermont daughter-in-law.  Also, I made hot pads for my California son and his girlfriend as well as my Toronto son and his wife.  These projects were quick and satisfying.

For the apron, I upcycled a duvet cover that ...

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December 14, 2017
Finished! Christmas Tree Skirt from Needle and Foot

First of all, I want to thank you for the sweet comments on my last post.  I appreciate it.  Life isn’t predictable and this is just how it is — The migraines started almost ten years ago and I don’t see this changing any time soon.   But this week has been reasonable and I actually finished a project!  I also made a Christmas gift which I will share after the holidays. Hurray for time at the sewing machine.

I have wanted to make a quilted skirt for the Christmas tree for a long while.  Until now, I have just ...

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