Just a few days ago I got this box in the mail and it was full of all sorts of sewing goodies. Stash Builder Box is a monthly subscription service that delivers new sewing items to help you grow your stash, but it’s more than just that. Last month Amanda contacted me about her new venture and asked if I’d like to try out a box to see what it was all about, and help get the word out about it. What really drew me in and made me want to help spread the word was that 20% of each sale goes towards making a quilt for children in need. So not only do you get to grow your stash, but you are also helping to get quilts to those in need.
Another year of AGF Stitched has started up! If you aren’t familiar with AGF Stitched, it’s a collaboration between Art Gallery Fabrics and Fat Quarter Shop. Each quarter a group of select bloggers makes a set pattern with Art Gallery Fabrics of our choosing, and Fat Quarter Shop puts together a video tutorial for making
I had a couple of people on Instagram ask me about my mitered corners on my quilts, and how I got them to turn out so “perfect”. Perfect is of course in the eye of the beholder, but I do tend to have nicely squared corners on my binding. It comes from years of practice
I was reviewing my binding posts (1, 2, and 3) before my binding class at Modern Domestic last month, as I wanted to direct students there for a refresher after class should they forget a step. I realized that while it’s still relevant, I don’t actually show the method i’m using now to attach the
I’m a week late posting my AGF Stitched quilt for the last quarter of 2015. December threw me for a loop, not least of which was because I had a horrible flu that just wouldn’t go away. Despite all of that, I was able to finish the 4th quilt in the AGF Stitched series. It’s
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