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Quilting, Sewing

Friday Bundle Batch With Fort Worth Fabric Studio

I am so honored to be today’s guest blogger for the Fort Worth Fabric Studio’s Friday Bundle Batch! Jodie has an incredibly talented roster of quilters who create projects for her specially curated fat quarter bundles every week, and I always enjoy seeing the beautiful projects they come up with. So when she asked me if I’d be interested in creating a project, I was flattered—and jumped at the chance! This week’s bundle is called Window Box and features black and white low volume/tonal  ...

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Machine Embroidery, Quilting, Sewing

My Undercover Maker Mat Finish

Hey y’all! September has been crazy. I’ve had a whole lot of project startin’ going on, and not much in the way of project finishin’. But I did manage to finish one project and I am so happy with how it turned out that I felt it was deserving of a blog post. When Nicole of Lillyella Stitchery posted on Instagram about a sew-along for her Undercover Maker Mat earlier this month, I knew it would be the perfect first sew-along for me! I’m finding that I really enjoy making things that are both  ...

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Quilting, Sewing

Modern Metallic Ombre Pineapple

Hey y’all! I’m so excited to get to share a little project I whipped up for Fabric.com. It’s featured on their website today, and I wanted to share it here as well. This project was all about the fabric, friends. I’ve had my eye on the Essex Metallic Linen by Robert Kaufman for a while now, and I’ve just been waiting for the perfect project to showcase it. This linen is just gorgeous, y’all, and so much fun to work with. I’ve seen other makers use it for making bags and bias binding, like  ...

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Machine Embroidery, Sewing

Quick Stitch Kitchen Towels

I love summer. It’s my favorite time of the year, until we’ve hit our 100th day in a row of 100+ degrees weather. Then I’m kind of over it. But we’re not there yet, so I’m still in love with summer. And summer to me means lots of fresh fruits and veggies…like cantaloupe and tomatoes. When I spent summers in Alabama with my grandparents as a kid, there was always fresh cantaloupe—and sometimes tomatoes, too—on the breakfast table. So when I decided to freshen up my kitchen with some new  ...

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