2017. 7. 10. Monday   2017. 7. 11. Tuesday   2017. 7. 12. Wednesday   2017. 7. 13. Thursday   2017. 7. 14. Friday   2017. 7. 15. Saturday   2017. 7. 16. Sunday      Read More →

I was brave. I thought that trying something new would somehow help me on the road to becoming a real quilter. That’s how I decided to take a part in the Whild Goose Chase sew along with Fat Quarter Shop.   With my trusty Olfa rotary cutter with Endurance blade(I would like to hug the person who invented this sharp blade!), I followed the cutting direction, carefully and perfectly.   Then I sewed all pieces together onto Triangles on a roll paper that Fat Quarter shop graciously sent to me. It was so easy because I have a guide line for each stitch. I was thinking, ‘oh, thisRead More →

  It’s finally my turn to talk about Weekend Quilting, Jemima‘s first book. Bring your cup of tea over and take a seat. 😉 When it comes to quilts, I am always like a preschooler peeking through a 1st grader’s classroom. What they are learning seems so cool, so hard and I want to grow up to be in that class. Just like that, Quilting seems like the big leagues. I was so happy when I received Weekend Quilting. Jemima, my big sister showed me the ropes. By the way, Are you older than me Jemima? 😉   The very first lesson I learned at aRead More →

A long long time ago, when I didn’t have my own blog, when I didn’t know that there was something called Instagram, I found one beautiful picture on the internet. That picture led me to continuous clicks and I finally found a blog called “Cafenohut”. Ever since that moment, Cafenohut was saved in my bookmark bar and Cafenohut Pinterest was my eye candy jar. I thought this blogger was a genius and that belief hasn’t changed a bit! Ayda Algin, the lady was like a movie star to me. I wished to know her better and to say hi, if there’s a way. I never knew thisRead More →

Love Patchwork and Quilting magazine issue 47 is out in UK and available to digital download today. My sew illustrated Hexie Quilt is inside.   photo by Love Patchwork and Quilting   My sewing themed illustrations are inside of the magazine.   You need these many hexies to make the mini quilt.   And do you remember my old sew-illustrated hexies?   I made  this mini quilt first and then sewing themed one later for LP&Q. I was inspired by Nicole’s modern hexies.   Fabric and Notions used: Lecien fabrics Aurifil 28wt dark thread, 50wt neutral thread Warm & White batting    Read More →

Make It Yourself magazine spring/summer issue is out and my projects are inside! 🙂   Simple strawberry zipper pouch   And a set of four coasters. *Used with permission from Make It Yourself™ magazine. ©2017 Meredith Corporation. All rights reserved.   Fabric and notions: Lecien fabrics Aurifil threads, 28wt and 12wt Warm and Natural Cotton quilt batting Fusible cotton batting: Daily like Canada          Read More →

2017. 3. 13. Monday on the way home from Mammoth 2017. 3. 14. Tuesday a sponge cake and berry sauce made by Chloe from the scratch   2017. 3. 15. Wednesday   2017. 3. 16. Thursday a drawing by my mom in Korea   2017. 3. 17. Friday   2017. 3. 18. Saturday a box of gift from my mom. 2017. 3. 19. Sunday          Read More →

Happy Flower Quilts book reminded me of my very first trip to a local quilt shop in Korea almost 15 years ago. I was in between of jobless that time and was looking for something to kill time. As I had always wondered what’s happening behind the showwindow of that cute quilt shop, I stepped in with my sister and that changed my life. The shop was filled with all kinds of handmade beauties such as mini quilts, bear dolls, dolls, home shoes, quilts hats…and lots of cute fabrics. On the center, there was very long worktable and ladies of different ages were sitting around andRead More →

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. 😉 “I will save you!” Claire said. 🙂   A happy mail from Ministry of Fabric came along with rain.   They are Sevenberry fabrics, Cotton and Steel and Dear Stella. It always surprise me when someone selected fabrics just like I picked them. I remember many gifts I didn’t really like; plates, clothes, homeRead 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 →

When I first discovered Kerri’s first book “Lovely Little Patchwork” from Tuva Publishing this spring, I fell in love with her vintage-y patchwork and her raw-edge applique. So I was super excited to be part of Lovely Little Patchwork Blog Tour! It was hard to choose where to start first but my little girl wanted mama to make her this lemonade mini for her dolly play. My fabric choice was Minny Muu collection by Lecien Fabrics. I’ve saved these colorful fun fabrics for today!   In her book, she made a Lemonade Jug Rug. I enlarged the size so I can also use as a snack mat.Read More →

Welcome to my stop on Amy Sinibaldi’s Playground Showcase! Playground is Amy Sinibaldi’s latest line for Art Gallery Fabrics I had a chance to play with her latest line this spring and I have been smitten ever since. I looked forward for moment to arrive and I already knew that I would have so much fun playing with this sweet and whimsical line!   First I called my sewing friend Kristin down the street and asked if she want to play with me. Because it’s Playground where you play tag, hopscotch and sewing with your friends.   When I first saw this print, I wantedRead More →

Love Patchwork and Quilting magazine issue 38 features my Sewing Pouch and Sewing Bag. You can download the template here.       Thank you so much for joining the Sew Illustrated book giveaway. I truly appreciate every comment and sharing your thoughts and time with me. You guys are amazing friend, I wish to meet in person!! The winner is  Diane Beavers. Diane, big congratulations!!   xo MinkiRead More →

Today is the first day of the Sew Illustrated Blog Tour! We have put together an all-star group of makers to share their projects from Sew Illustrated with you. It all kicks off at the C&T Publishing blog. I hope that you will join us each day to see what these wonderful ladies have created. Don’t forget to leave comments on their blogs for a chance to win a copy of the book each day.   August 15: C&T Publications August 16: Amy at nanaCompany August 17: Wynn at zakkaArt August 18: Sedef at Down Grapevine Lane August 19: Lisa at A Spoonful of SugarRead More →

2016. 8. 8. Monday   2016. 8. 9. Tuesday   2016. 8. 10. Wednesday   2016. 8. 11. Thursday   2016. 8. 12. Friday   2016. 8. 13. Saturday,  photo by Chloe   2016. 8. 14. Sunday      Read More →

  Hello! Welcome to my stop on the High Tea Party Blog Tour! This new collection by Jera of Quilting in the rain (for Lecien Fabrics) is one of my favorite new releases. The colors are so sweet and charming with various strawberry prints and these tiny floral prints are just adorable.   I have always wanted to make a baby quilt for my little Claire and I am so happy that I met just the right fabrics.       The charm pack was the perfect sized canvas for my little artist. I gave her the bright neutral color prints  and Frixion pen. IRead More →

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