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Hunter’s Star Mini with Fat Quarter Shop

Happy Friday! Today I’m sharing the mini quilt that I made using the Fat Quarter Shop’s new twist on a classic block, the Hunter’s Star. The walls of my sewing room are BARE, y’all. I mean, seriously bare. But I have been so busying sewing quilts and the occasional pillow cover that I just haven’t had a chance to make some minis for my wall. So I jumped at the chance to sew along with FQS for this new block in their Classic & Vintage series—I had a feeling this block would make the  ...

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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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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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Quilting

A Fall Sew-Along with Fabric.com

It’s fall! Well, it might not feel like it here in Texas just yet, but that hasn’t stopped me from switching to hot lattes instead of iced ones. By the time September and October roll around every year—and without much regard to the actual temperatures outside—I’ve become fixated on anything that hints at the harvest season: football and tailgating, vests and cardigans, apple cider and caramel, pumpkins and…everything. (Sources, clockwise from top left: 1, 2, 3, 4) And of course, there’s  ...

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