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 →

Another incredible week on the Sew Illustrated blog tour!  I can’t get enough of these gorgeous projects from this all-star line-up of makers! Starting us off this week is the brilliant Debbie at Happy Little Cottage. She stitched up the most adorable pincushions and tea mat. I love her fabric choices! I want both a tea cup and a sewing machine in that print! She made me this gorgeous pincushion and it brighten my sewing table everyday. 🙂 Melissa from Generation Q magazine shares her first experience with sewing illustration and all the reasons it makes her happy. I love how she embraces our adviceRead More →

Wow! What an amazing week it has been on the Sew Illustrated Blog Tour! We have had six amazingly talented makers who have stitched up a wonderful variety of projects from Sew Illustrated. First up there was the talented Amy Sinibaldi over at nana company. I’m sure you all know Amy, the author behind the popular book Sweetly Stitched Handmades, and the fabric designer of the gorgeous lines Paperie and Playground from AGF. Her pincushions and notions basket are so adorable in her Playground fabric line. Amy made me this postcard wall pocket and tea coaster. I recreated my version of wall pocket and coaterRead 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 →