My youngest daughter asked me to make a small pouch for her iPod and headphones. I love it when she asks me to make things for her.
A couple of weeks ago I got an unusual request for a sewing project. One of my son’s med school friends wanted a case for her stethoscope. The only instructions I got was no pink and she wanted her initials on it.
It’s Easter in a couple of weeks. I made an Easter basket today and wrote a tutorial that you can download here if you want to make one yourself.
Hello everyone, I hope you had a nice week. My last post was about raw edge applique and to continue on that subject I would like to show you a Winding Ways Quilt that I made in 2011 for one of my girls. It’s lucky I put labels on my quilts, I wouldn’t remember otherwise.
This weekend I had a lovely day at the beach on Saturday and the rest of the time I worked on the applique pillow that I wrote about in my first blog post. The pattern is from Don’t Look Now by Kellie Wulfsohn. It is still work in progress but I have started the applique.
It is almost Valentine’s Day so I thought I would share a heart block pattern with you. It is from a quilt that I made for my eldest daughter back in 2005. She was six at the time and wanted a pink quilt. It is made of pink fabrics from dresses and quilts when she