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If I have a chance to travel, I want to go to local market first and eat as much street food as possible. I stopped this little farm store and felt like I was somewhere in Europe or Mediterranean. I know it sounds silly. As I have only known Vons, Albertsons or Costco and a couple of farmers markets, this little store was a wonderland to me. It was a brief getaway and I really enjoyed this colorful inspirations.
It rained today. My 10 year Chloe said “it rains cat and dogs.” then my 6 year Claire asked “where’s cats and dogs?” As a Korean, this expression doesn’t make sense to me for I see many cats and dogs play like besties. It rained like two dogs on the street.
Love Patchwor & Quilting magazine Issue 40 is out and my MERRY AND BRIGHT mini is inside. You can get a sneak peek of Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine at ISSUU. Download your templates for issue 40 of Love Patchwork & Quilting here! My Be Merry card was my inspiration. You can check how I made this card here. Read More →
ISSUU Digital Catalogue: Fall Market 2016 is out from Lecien Fabrics. In this issue, you can see new fall collections with inspiring projects, including my baby quilt! I enlarged (by 200%) the Vignette pattern from my book Sew Illustrated; 35 Charming Fabric & thread Designs (co-authored with Kristin Esser). It’s now one of best sellers from C&T Publishing. *Thank you! thank you!* I used Flower Sugar Paisley Wind collection by Lecien Fabrics. Sew Illustrated Sew Along 2nd round is going on now. Check out #sewillustratedSAL at Instagram and enter your project too. Michell’s Vignette Jitka’s Vignette xx MinkiRead More →
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I got a happy mail from F+W Media a few days ago. Mini Patchwork Projects is a light book which includes 6 projects.(48pages) Most of them are simple yet fun projects you can finish in one day. I decided to make a Reversible Trinket Bowl from the book. In the book, you need only two cotton prints for inside and outside of the bowl but I wanted to give my own twist, my signature Sewing Illustration! First, I copied the template and cut light weight fusible interfacing, roughly bigger than the template And placed my Sewing Illustration piece with cute fabric scraps fromRead More →
7 o’clock in the morning my Chloe’s friend knocked the door to go to school together. They sat on the dining table and chatted about the school, teachers, bugging boys and sort of 10 year old stuff. “My first grade teacher hated me. She didn’t even let me go pee.” “My first grade teacher liked me and my second grade teacher loved me and……” They were cute and I got to know that she was loved by all the teachers in her 6 years of school life. Then I had an idea to show my gratitude for her teacher; making one of kind bookmarks!Read More →
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My dear friend, Suhobi‘s book “Suhobi’s Polymer Clay” has published in Korea. After long waiting and excitement, I finally met the book today. She generously included her precious time and effort together. Her signature Polymer Clay buttons!! Unfortunately, this book isn’t available on Amazon. And she doesn’t sell her buttons. If you are looking for polymer clay buttons, check out The Button Company. I have been so fortunate to use her buttons on my projects that gives extra shine. And I am very grateful of knowing her and calling each other a friend. Thank you, my friend for visiting. Minki Read More →
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I found these pictures in my old photo file today. These are my very first attempt to make tiny pincushions almost 3 years ago. I guess my skill hasn’t changed much. I remember that I was so excited of this ‘Sewing Illustration’ adventure; finding new technique and it seemed like I always don’t have enough time to draw so many ideas in my mind. After three years, I am suffering lack of ideas and I feel I am suck where I am now. Hubby advices me to take a break and slow down. Well, I think I really have to listen to him andRead More →
Happy Weekend! Thank you so much for stopping by and share your time with me. I truly appreciate it! xoxo MinkiRead More →
Quilt Festival; Quilt Scene magazine is now on newsstands and my Knit Pouch is featured. An awesome editor Vivica sent me this beautiful Heather Ross collection from Spring Quilt market and I was able to finish this knit pouch. There’s a few things you hardly learn or keep forgetting. Knitting and Crochet are one of them. Every winter season, I search up YouTube channels and blog step photos to get to know the basic of knitting, and by the time spring comes or while enjoying summer, I totally forget what I have learned. So sadly, I am always a beginner in knitting world. Now youRead More →
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Nightfall Collection designed by Maureen Cracknell for Art Gallery Fabric. They are available to purchase at Fat Quarter Shop. Finished size: 25.5 inch square Material used: Heartland fabric for binding Warm natural batting Linen from Art Gallery Fabric Aurifil 4649 (40wt.) variegated thread for machine quilting Aurifil 3817 (12wt.) variegated thread for hand quilting To view more of Nightfall projects, please check out Nightfall Lookbook. Read More →