My Wandering Path

Sewing

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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Quilting

A Tale of Two Christmas Quilts

Merry Christmas, y’all! I am so excited because this year I actually finished TWO Christmas quilts before Christmas Day. That’s especially impressive because 1) I’ve only completed a total of 3 quilts ever, and 2) I started both of these quilts after Thanksgiving. Yay me! The first quilt I finished was my Figgy Tree Farm Block Swap quilt. Pattern: Tree Farm by The Pattern Basket Fabrics for blocks, border, and binding: Assorted Fig Tree & Co. Background fabric: Moda Bella Solids 97 PFD  ...

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Quilting

Jelly Roll Check Quilt With Fat Quarter Shop

Happy National Sew a Jelly Roll Day! OK, so it may be a totally made-up holiday, but if it sounds like dessert and features fabric, I’m certainly not complaining! I’m so excited to be a featured blogger for Fat Quarter Shop’s Project Jelly Roll sew-along. Fat Quarter Shop has several awesome (and FREE!) jelly roll patterns available for download; you can find links to those patterns on their blog HERE. I made my Project Jelly Roll quilt using FQS’s Jelly Roll Check pattern and a couple of  ...

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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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