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Loyal Heights Blog Tour

Hello friends! I’m so excited because today is my day on @quiltingintherain Jera Brandvig’s blog tour for her latest collection, Loyal Heights! I can’t wait to show y’all what I made with this beautiful collection. I love the story behind Loyal Heights: Jera was inspired by the quaint cottages and gardens in the Loyal Heights neighborhood in Seattle, where she lives, as she developed this collection. The floral cottage print is one of my favorites, with sweet little cottages peeking out  ...

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Kimberly Sac with The Fat Quarter Shop

Hey y’all! The summer sure flew by and it seems like I’m busier than I’ve ever been, but I’m still getting lots of sewing in. I was lucky enough to be able to sew along with Fat Quarter Shop as part of their Blog Remix series, and I can’t wait to show y’all what I made. FQS has been revisiting some of their older tutorials, and I had the opportunity to sew a cute tote bag—the Kimberly’s Sac—as part of the series. I just love how it turned out! If you’re new to bag-making, the Kimberly  ...

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Maker’s Tote Swap

Now that my partner has received her Maker’s Tote from me, I wanted to share a few more pics and details of this fun project. I’ve seen so many lovely versions of the Maker’s Tote (pattern by Anna Graham / Noodlehead) and knew I would want to make one eventually. So when a Maker’s Tote swap opened up back in the fall, I saw an excuse to make one sooner rather than later and signed right up. I headed to my local modern quilt shop to select fabrics for my bright-color-and-modern-fabric-loving  ...

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Machine Embroidery, Quilting, Sewing

Rustic Comfort Stockings With Fort Worth Fabric Studio Christmas Blitz

I am so excited to share my latest makes with y’all as part of Fort Worth Fabric Studio‘s Christmas Blitz blog hop! I just love the bundle of fabrics that I got to work with, and I know you’re going to love this bundle too! Put together, these fabrics have a great rustic vibe that I really wanted to showcase in my project. I also wanted an excuse to bust out my embroidery machine and do a little appliquéing and monogramming! So I decided to stitch up some quilted Christmas  ...

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