Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Saturday, December 24, 2011
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
I made some placemats with it for the grandsons. Give them a piece of chalk and that should keep them busy while supper is being made. There are lots of other neat ideas---aprons, calendars,etc.
Let me know what you would make and I will randomly select a winner and send a 56" x 15" piece of chalkcloth to you. (enough to make the tablerunner). Winner will be picked Wednesday, Dec.28,2011.
Chalkcloth comes 48" wide and sells for $10.00 a yard.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
"Tiny Town" is a 9 month block of the month from Bunny Hill Designs. I am using a different fabric line with more vibrant colours called "Fresh Flowers. Above are some of the choices for borders for this quilt. You can view the pattern cover on the website under "Block of the Month"
This Block One.
This is Block Two.
This Block Three.
This is Block Four. (sorry for the sideways view). You can personalize this quilt with your hometown and family names.
To sign up just e-mail me at email@example.com or call me at 519-676-5059.
Registration Fee - $25.00
Block 1-9 - $18.00 each month (includes embroidery floss, buttons, beads, fabric and pattern)
Borders and binding - $25.00
Thursday, December 1, 2011
I used Fairy Frost fabric which is a white fabric with a silver metallic glitter on it. The picture, of course, does not do it justice. If you seen it at one of the shows you know what I mean. I carry the Fairy Frost fabric at $15.00 a yard. The kit (as shown) can be found on the kits page and the pattern can be found on the patterns page under "Don't Look Now".
Friday, October 28, 2011
Sunday, September 25, 2011
This is a new purse pattern that I thought was unique in that it uses plastic canvas as part of the interfacing. Now if you have been into crafts you probably have some of that plastic canvas hanging around, you know the stuff that was made into everything you could think of---notepad holders, flyswatter covers ,christmas ornaments, etc., etc. You still see items made from it at craft shows. That's the stuff you use to made the bag have some shape. You also use "Decor Bond" interfacing.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Monday, September 12, 2011
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Thursday, August 25, 2011
These are my samples for the "Folded Snowflake" workshop that I did last week Wednesday for the Chatham -Kent Quilt Guild. I really enjoy making them and the technique is easy once you see how it's done. Debbie Richards has several more "folded" patterns which you will find on my website.The following is another one of Debbie's pattern's called Folded Kaleidosquare. I made this small table topper to go along with a wedding gift for a wedding we attended last week. Her kitchen is white and black with red accents so I thought this fabric worked well especially for a kitchen. I love the fabric! I think it would look great used in the "Home Cooking Casserole Cover" pattern too.
Monday, August 8, 2011
Zachary and Lucas in their bumbos!
Ethan's camera smile!
Big brother Ethan holding Zachary and Lucas!
After going to Canada's Wonderland with our youngest 2 children, Krista and Michael on Saturday, we continued on and spent the rest of the weekend with the grandson's (and their parents). It sure is neat to hear that they are excited that Oma and Papa are here. How can you not help but love these cuties even if they do put purple crayon all over the new family room walls!
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Kit - $25.00(not including pattern) Pattern - $18.50
Monday, July 11, 2011
An animal inspired quilt using raw edge applique and an easy trapunto method to make the animals jump off the surface of the quilt.
Four perfectly romantic applique projects!
Cars and trucks and all things traffic makes a fun quilt for a little man! Bonus cushions included with patterns.
A fun snowflake tree design!
I can't wait to try all of Kelly's new patterns. They just arrived today from Australia!
Friday, July 8, 2011
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
The two "new" patterns are here from "Crabapple Hill Studios. I haven't tried Meg's crayon method yet for the shading but it looks nice. I hope to try it on a pillow first. You will need approximately 20 skeins of Cosmo "Seasons" embroidery floss #8041 ( available soon-on order).