It is a handy basket made from fabric and was quick and easy to make. I'm glad that you stopped by for a visit. One last link for you. Then a while later, I wanted to do an applique project that used some of that fabric. Sign Up For Free Patterns. Are you up for a challenge? We are preparing for winter and I am soooo in the mood to sew since it has cooled off.
There are several free stitchery patterns that you might enjoy if you like prim style. This tree is the centerpost of the Mercantile. For Email Marketing you can trust. Other projects will pop up as I get them ready so check back often and be sure to sign up for the newsletter. These blocks were so fun to do, because each set of matching blocks is cut out in a stack and then you shuffle the fabric in that stack and voila! I have not started this pattern; but I plan to do so in the future. Now that I am doing a blog, I wish I had it back.
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Sign Up For Free Patterns. I love love love the rolling stars I have appliqued two green themed Little Baskets thus far, with another one prepped and ready to go. I never seem to grow tired of working with blocks from this quilt. I'm still in love with Moda's Shangri-la collection and have decided on a pattern to make a quilt. The cut Patch blocks are projects of Vicki and LuAnn. Now I have to decide how to quilt it…..
Please email me, leave a comment or post your questions in the Facebook group. Perhaps, but as we continue on with the blocks you may begin to wonder about their relationship too. Yesterday was the Academic Awards ceremony, and while I knew Rebecca would be getting an award, I wasn't aware that she would receive the three highest honors, straight A's for all trimesters. I have many of Phyllis' pieces--they are always my favorites! Wooly Easter eggs--lots of handwork on those too! Free Motion Quilting Blogs and websites.