Hello friends, I am so excited to share my new Stitched Felt block pouch! The instruction is as same as my Chubby Pouch. You can purchase my pouch pattern here.       When Claire asked me what chubby meant long ago, I said it meant cute. I still think everything chubby is cute. 🙂   Here’s a short video that shows how to use Sizzix Big Shot machine and Die.   After cutting the desired shapes, arrange them on the quilted pouch front. Using a fabric glue or a school glue stick, attach the cutout shapes in place.   Hand stitch each element using embroideryRead More →

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*Pincushion pattern available  here.   Hello friends, I had been given many nice Christmas gifts but there’s a particular gift that I can’t forget. It is a mini felt teddy bear handmade for me by my high school friend. At the time neither one of us really knew anything about sewing. Her first teddy bear wasn’t perfect, it had uneven stitches and crooked neck. However I was so thrilled to get such a special gift, and I loved it so much because of the time she spent making on little bear just for me! I have kept her little felt bear in a special drawer forRead More →

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Photo courtesy of Pretty Patches magazine Hello friends, I would like to introduce you a beautiful UK sewing magazine. I found this beautiful image on their blog and couldn’t help sharing with you. Learn more about my Dear Diary fabric collection and enter a chance to win FQ bundles of Dear Diary here.   My first date with Pretty Patches magazine was my  Stitched Coffee Coasters. You can download the templates here. I donated my coaster set to help people who suffered from hurricane Katrina. I felt good that my sewing could actually help someone. Looking back my coasters makes me want to sew them againRead More →