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Kids adore handmade gifts for their dolls! Such a little thing to me, but they will remember forever...
the SewCanShe blog...
Introducing the Easy Ruffle Shrug! This pattern belongs to me, I once sold it as a .pdf pattern, but now I'm offering it to my SewCanShe readers as a free download from my Craftsy Shop.
Read on to see my girls' Easter outfits.
When I got these gorgeous canvas fabric prints that look so awesome together, I knew I had to make a bag that showed off two prints at the same time. This is a big sturdy tote bag that's perfect for taking to the beach, yoga class, or just to the grocery store. There are pockets on the inside and lots of room too.
My name is Lorna, a modern quilter, designer and author of the Sew Fresh Quilts blog. Today, I will be sharing the Sweet Watermelon Table Runner tutorial.These sweet slices can be pieced and quilted up in 10 Simple Steps.
Ready to dress up your table with this summer inspired, bright and fun runner?!!
Check out these beautiful blocks! Lee Anna of Not Afraid of Color linked up her photo in last week's Show Off Saturday Linky Party, and no surprise, it got the most clicks this week!
Lark Crafts offered me Megan Hunt's new book to review last month and I must admit at first I thought I would be too busy so I almost said no, but I'm so glad I didn't!
It's finally here... the first Monday in April and time for our next Classic Blocks: Fresh Fabrics post! Last month we had a little vote for which block I would show you how to make and the winner was the churn dash. I love all the blocks we voted on, but I think this one is particularly special. A lot of the classic quilt blocks have their names rooted in history and this one is especially so.