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Fabric Love, Fabric Tour, My Patterns, Quilting

Seeds of Glory by Buttermilk Basin…and Introducing Liberty Belle!

Hello friends, and happy Wednesday! Today is my day on the Riley Blake Seeds of Glory project tour, and I am so excited to share my new quilt with y’all! This is my first time sewing with Riley Blake fabrics and I just want to say how honored I am to have the opportunity to take part in this project tour! When I saw Buttermilk Basin/Stacy West’s newest collection, Seeds of Glory, I instantly fell in love with it and knew that I HAD to make a quilt out of these beautiful fabrics!  ...

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Fabric Love, Fabric Tour, My Patterns, Quilting

Dots & Posies by Poppie Cotton…and introducing Button Box!

Hello friends, and welcome to my first post for 2021! Today it’s my turn on the Dots & Posies fabric tour. Poppie Cotton has hit it out of the park again with this lovely collection and I was thrilled to have the opportunity to sew with such sweet, feminine fabrics. I’ve been dreaming of writing and publishing my own quilt patterns, and Dots & Posies seemed like the perfect collection to start this new chapter in my creative journey! When I saw the designs in this  ...

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Fabric Love, Quilting

November Moda Basics Bundle

Hey friends, and happy Friday! Today I’m sharing a little project I made for my friends at Moda using a collection of Bella Solids, Thatched, and Ruby Star Speckled basics that I curated this month. Fun fact #1: I started curating these monthly basics bundles when I worked at Moda. I wasn’t very confident in my color-palette-creating skills at the time (I’d say I’m still a work in progress in that department) and I never really used solids as a feature fabric in my sewing. Putting together  ...

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Quilting

Carolina Lily Block With Fat Quarter Shop

Hey friends! I’m back on my blog today with a fun little block I had the opportunity to piece for the Fat Quarter Shop’s Classic and Vintage pattern series. Though I’ve always loved the traditional Carolina Lily block, I haven’t made one yet, so I was excited to have the chance to sew along with FQS and practice my applique skills. As we all know, pulling fabric for a new project is half the fun of quilting–maybe even more than half! I knew I wanted to go  ...

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