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April 21, 2017
Sweet Tweets Blocks and a Quilt Top from Needle and Foot

Yesterday I had the pleasure of introducing you to Kim Schaefer in my third Meet the Designer post. I hope you enjoyed getting to know her.  I have been playing with the fabrics in her Sweet Tweets line and have a few things to share with you.

First off, I have been making these cute stuffed blocks. I have shared a couple of photos on Instagram so you probably have seen these in process. I used a simple tutorial provided by Abby Glassenberg at While She Naps.

Cutting the panel into blocks, I used four critters and two black and ...

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April 6, 2017
AGF Makers Spotlight Winner: Lisa from @sewwhatyoulove from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hey there, Makers!

We’re happy to announce the winner of our #AGFMakersSpotlight contest on Instagram for March! As always, this was an extremely difficult decision because all the projects you all submit are so beautiful and creative.

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Without further ado, let’s give a round of applause to Lisa from @sewwhatyoulove! She stole our hearts with these beautiful wings made with Wanderer fabrics by April Rhodes. We had a chance to chat with her to find out what inspired her to make this project and learn all about the things she loves.

Butterfly wings with seal

Feel free to get to know Lisa ...

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Sucess! A Fleece and Flannel Blanket! She loves it!!! from Fabric and Memories

My grand daughter is hard to please in the handmade world. She just turned 17.. .need I say more? But she was at my house last month, saw the fleece/flannel blanket I made for her new baby brother and she loved the soft,soft fleece on the back and the soft flannel on the front and BEGGED me for one...

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March 18, 2017
Greysons Puppy Blanket ( A baby blanket!) from Fabric and Memories

My daughter just gave me my first and only grand son! And he is the final grand child to this grandmother, so he is a bit special! I am so excited to have him. I won't be seeing him to much as we live to far to see to often, and that breaks my heart, but I will love him anyway all the time! I made...

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March 2, 2017
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...

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February 12, 2017
Sewing Quarter ~ projects and Tilda quilt from Charm About You

Exciting, mildly terrifying and busy is how I would describe my life recently! I am thrilled to share the news (for those of you that aren't following me on social media) that I am one of the designers on Sewing Quarter - a new shopping channel dedicated to sewing and quilting.

You can watch Sewing Quarter online or on Freeview channel 78, it is also live streamed on  YouTube and you can catch up on previous shows there. Sewing Quarter is live from 8am - 12pm every day, there are loads of tips and projects from all the designers - from dressmaking ...

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January 24, 2017
Day 8: Sewing Projects Printable from Patchwork Posse

Welcome to day 8 of 16 days of free printables!

Today’s printable is a full page Sewing Projects Printable

A few suggestions- keep track of your projects in a big long list!  Use the check mark spot to keep track of what’s been finished.

There are extra spots for keeping track of supplies you might need as well as additional notes.

patchwork posse tutorial download

The index of the day can be found here as well as a link to a form where you can request a printable to be designed for this series.

Sign up here to get this printable sent ...

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December 29, 2016
Christmas Finishes from Needle and Foot

I have two little projects to share with you. These were both gifted at Christmas and I thought I would wait to post until after they had been given to their intended owners. First is a small, fabric book that I made for my soon-to-be-born grand daughter.

I have several of these panels, in two different flavors, that I purchased when a local fabric store was closing out, maybe four or five years ago? I thought it would be good to have them on hand as a fun gift to give. Then somehow I lost track of them or they ...

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December 6, 2016
Let's Talk Fabric - new AGF Youtube video series from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hola all sewists!

As of today we're excited to start a fun and educational video series:Let's Talk Fabrics! And we want to create it 100% with you in mind! We know that sewing and quilting are always interesting conversation starters and we want you to let us know what you're interested in. We're opening the doors to conversations about coordinating colors, favorite prints, fun techniques, and more! What would you like us to talk about? Do you want to see the scale of our fabric collections? Or maybe you are confused about quilting terminology and ...

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November 29, 2016
Stocking the Shop from Needle and Foot

It is all about Christmas prep this week. I feel like an elf in Santa’s workshop except rather than making toys, I have been creating items for my shop. This is the biggest shopping time of the year and I try to take full advantage of it with regard to my Etsy shop.


A friend asked me to make a set of burp cloths to gift to a friend at her work. It gave me a push to add some new baby items to my shop. Sewing with these soft flannels is a blast. Putting on a little music ...

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November 25, 2016
Holiday Scrappy Project from Needle and Foot

Thanksgiving was a wonderful day for our family. I hope it was the same for yours.  There is much to be grateful for, not the least of which is our on-line quilting community.  Now there will be the transition into the Christmas holiday season. I am hoping I can convince Ray to put up our outdoor lights this weekend. I think, of all the holiday decorations, the outdoor lights are my favorite. I like to get them up as early as possible so we can enjoy them for as long as possible.

I have a new toy to share with ...

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November 17, 2016
What do Quilters do when they are not quilting? from The Quilt Journal

So what does a quilter do when she’s not quilting??? Lots of other sewing projects !!! Today I’m linking up with Thank Goodness it’s Finished Friday for my recent finishes. At the beginning of the summer I had an informal “to do” list for things that just needed doing around my home. Well, as we … Continue reading What do Quilters do when they are not quilting?

The post What do Quilters do when they are not quilting? appeared first on The Quilt Journal.

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November 8, 2016
Wallflower Quilt Pattern from Eva Blake's Makery & Emporium

I think every new quilt pattern is my favorite! New work is always so exciting, although it’s taken me longer to release this pattern than I wanted. This new quilt pattern is perfect for scrappiness and jellyrolls. I am so excited and just could not wait until the top comes back from the quilter to share it! […]

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November 3, 2016
Tiny Baby Projects from Needle and Foot

A few posts back, I mentioned that our family will grow by three great-grandchildren in the first part of 2017? Guess what? One of those babies will be my first grandbaby. Does that make sense?? It sounds weird. Probably because I have been patiently waiting  for this for a long time. No, not really all that patiently. Sometimes Ray has to give me the stink-eye, reminding me to quit asking my kids about grandbabies. Finally, it’s going to happen– yahoo!! I get to be a Grandma, or Grammy. Probably Grammy, I like that better. My oldest and his wife ...

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October 28, 2016
Super Cute Hexagon Halloween Projects from Patchwork Posse

I’m a fan of the hexagon….if you haven’t already figured that out.
I’m not really sure if it’s the shape or the possibilities, or what.

Either sewn by hand or by machine…if it’s the shape of a hexagon, it’s good with me.   What’s kind of fun about it – not only the shape, but the size.  They are all over the place and there isn’t one size that is more right or wrong than the other. Blow it up for a full quilt. You can even stretch them out! Use small ...

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October 27, 2016
Tutorial – French Press Cozy from Needle and Foot

Today I want to share a quick and easy project with you. I have a bit of an obsession with coffee. Currently I have five different methods of coffee brewing in my kitchen. I am always trying out some coffee gadget or method to look for the best cup. I have a Chemex pot, a Keurig, a regular drip coffee maker, a Pour-over, and a French Press. I like all of them and they each have a place in my very deep and sustaining relationship with coffee.

Is there such a thing as too much coffee??

Is there such a thing as too much coffee??

If you asked most ...

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October 25, 2016
Denim Studio 2.0 Blog Tour Re-Cap from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hey everyone!

Did you get a chance to see all the amazing projects in the Denim Studio 2.0 Blog Tour? If you didn’t, you’re in for a treat because today we’re showcasing all the amazing makers on this tour! If you’ve been following what we’ve done in the past with the Denim Studio, you probably know that when we first launched denim as a new substrate our friend the Tattooed Quilter hosted the first installment of the Denim Studio Blog Tour. Since then we have added some new additions to this collection such as ...

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It's Sew Illustrated: Trinket Case Tutorial from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

We're diving into some new waters this week and teaming up with Heidi from Fabric Mutt to bring you this 15-step tutorial for this adorable trinket case!
There are so many reasons to love this zipper case. Looking for a way to show off treasured scraps or a mini charm pack of your favorite collection? Want a cute pouch to hold your makeup or art supplies or latest sewing project? Need a last minute gift for a friend? Then look no further -- this case is exactly what you need!

A boxy case like this one takes a little more ...

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October 24, 2016
5 Stylish Home Decor Projects for Fall from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hey Everyone!

How are you all doing? Here at the HQ we’ve been revealing our upcoming fall 2016 collections and it has been tons of fun. As we release new fabrics and the seasons change, one of my favorite things to do during my free time is to decorate my house in festive themes to match the season. There’s always something so nice about giving your living room a face lift with a few cute pillows, a nice rug, and a cozy quilt.

One of my favorite seasons to decorate for is fall. I simply love all the ...

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October 21, 2016
Mini Charm Pack Finish from Needle and Foot

I have a quick finish to share with you today. It also means I can check one thing off of my aforementioned Q4 FAL list! Yahoo for checking things off the list. (I derive great satisfaction from such things.)

I made a zip pouch with a packet of mini charms. These were the Chic Neutral charms by Amy Ellis. I showed a peek at this project in an earlier post. My sister and I have birthdays that are just three days apart. Actually, three years and three days but who’s keeping track? Um, I am, she’s older.

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