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Used with the permission from Quilts and More magazine. ©2016 Meredith corporation. All rights reserved.     You can find my Sweet Scribles ornaments instruction and the patterns on the latest issue of Quilts and More magazine.    Read More →

“Mom, your roses are upside down!” That’s the first comment I heard about my Rose Bouquet runner. Did you feel the same? 🙂 I have a basketful of dry flowers and yellow roses are my favorite. So here I am, quilted dry flowers!       I used Aurifil 12wt thread for my sewing illustration.   Summer Garden Tapestry from Art Gallery Fabric  Read More →

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  Hello, friends! Today is my stop at Quilt Petite Blog Hop and I’m so excited to share my project from this beautiful book. I have known Sedef Imer for as long as I can remember. I love everything she makes because of her color choices, her attention to details, and stunning photography. There are so many things I want to learn from this lady. Without a doubt, I was so thrilled when I found out her first book QUILT PETITE is published!   I have been looking through her book from cover to cover almost every day to choose a project and as an eye candy whileRead More →

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My old blog friend Savina sent me her handmade dolls from Korea for my three girls. As far as I know, she’s almost my mom’s age and she has been making dolls for many years for the kids in Africa. She doesn’t sell them nor get any material provides either. She spends her time and money for the people she hasn’t met and maybe never will. In her card she wrote her only wish is to see those kids grow up and still keep her dolls. And for that simple wish, she makes each doll very carefully and very firmly. I was so surprise whenRead More →

      Do you plan before you start or do you just begin like me? I just drew different houses without knowing what to do. Then I end up finishing a House Mini quilt. And I made one pincushion with a leftover scrap. I believe all the big things start from one little piece and that  makes me keeping riding a bicycle of creative life.    Life is like a riding a bicycle. In order to keep your balance, you must keep moving.   p.s. I gave this mini to my old friend who recently visited me from Korea. The last time I metRead More →