It’s  WIP Wednesday again, and surprisingly enough I’ve actually got another work in progress to share.  I’m super proud of myself getting started on this month’s Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism Challenge so early.  Of course, I need to get it done and out of the way, so that I can get a baby…

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Puff the fabric dragon lived by the seam And frolicked in the stash box in a land called quilting bee Little Template Paper loved that rascal Puff And brought him lace and tiny beads and other fancy stuff Now that I have destroyed a perfectly lovely children’s song for you, I’m happy to present to…

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My husband and I just moved into our very own home, and with that has come the moving of my sewing space from one house to another.  My sewing space will still be located in the basement at the new house, which is a good thing, considering how messy my sewing space tends to be.…

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I’ve finished up this month’s Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism challenge over the weekend. This month’s theme was Log Cabin blocks.  For this month’s challenge, I decided to use my green ROYGBIV fabric and make a scrappy looking quilt. I also chose to add a hand embroidered gnome to this month’s mini quilt, which…

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I seem to be a real slacker about having WIPs to share, but I do have a new one this week.  I’ve been working on this month’s Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism Challenge, which is log cabins. I finished my piecing on Sunday, and spent a day of so trying to decide what bit…

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fiddler on the roof quilt

This week’s Project Quilting challenge was Sunrise/Sunset. As soon as I saw the theme I knew what I wanted to do. It had to be something related to Fiddler of the Roof. I love musicals and the song “Sunrise Sunset” from Fiddler on the Roof is one of my favorites. So without further ado, I…

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I’m so excited to finally get a chance to participate in Project Quilting. This is it’s 6th season, but I just discovered it at the end of last season, so I didn’t get a chance to participate. The idea behind project quilting is to complete a new quilting project each week. The first project theme…

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I really thought I was done making Christmas projects, but, last week I ran across the Dresden Forest Mini Quilt by Leigh Laurel Studios. It inspired me to make my own version of a forest for our wall, and knew I had to make my own version. I love that it will also make a…

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