Welcome to a fresh snow blog hop.
Getting right to it:
Snow scenes are so fun and this hop was a perfect excuse for me to make one of my favorite patterns.
(find it here)
As the temperature drops my excitement grows...
By September, I begin watching scary movies. Halloween will get here faster if you do that, right?
October is finally here!
I love all versions of Halloween; funny, cute, scary. It's all exciting to me.
This year, I wanted to make trick-or-treat bags for my nieces. I try to practice what I teach them, recycle and reuse what I can. So, I found some old recycle bags and appliqued them. Since they only use...
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I'm new to the Olympic Peninsula and I fell in love at...
There are various fusible products in the marketplace, how do you choose the one for you? We all have preferences based on how they create their quilts, I'm no different. My fusible of choice is Steam-a-Seam 2 and here's why.
- It's sticky on both sides so, it stays where you place it. Think of it like a post-it note, You can move it around but it stays put until you do.
- It has a grid on the stabilizer. This is helpful for cutting just the right amount.
- It stays...
Most of my appliques are wall hangings and there are so many advantages to creating this way.
- Since applique can be large or small it’s a great way to free oneself from the constraints of making something a specific size. Then, I can create it because I like it, no matter the shape.
- I hate to throw any fabric away. Applique is an ideal way to use little pieces of fabulous fabric. Simply put, I can use my scraps!
- I can play with...