I'm so excited, I finished my Rail Fence Quilt. It's super scrappy, super bright and fun, and it's the first thing I quilted on my new (to me) Grace Frame.
I quilted pebbles all over it. Here it is all washed and wrinkly. A quilt isn't finished until it's all washed in wrinkly (IMHO),
The fabrics I used on the front are Geofabulous by Maude Asbury for Blend Fabrics. Aren't they beautiful? You can still win a 10 FQ bundle of them by making just one Rail Fence block by Monday night. ;)
So, what have you been sewing up this week? Did you make something with one of my free sewing tutorials or patterns? I would love to see! Tag me on Instagram @sewcanshe.
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Sew up this beautiful quilt faster than you think! It uses a super-quick log cabin piecing technique plus 2 1/2’’ strips so its jelly roll friendly too.
It took me an extra week to complete (blame Summer!), but I finally finished my prototype Triple Zip Bag!
This was the U-Pick Project that you voted for this month, and I’m so excited about how it turned out!
This week I received a darling bundle from Penny Rose Fabrics...
Remember this? My Pretty Quilted iPad case that I promised you a sewing pattern for so so long ago? Well I finally have it ready!
Be a sewing superhero who can sew sleeves on dresses!!!
You know what that means, there is something new today at This Little Light.
The third Tuesday (like today), is when new journaling pages and other printable are released so members of my sewing support circle can keep on planning, journaling, and more.
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.