You know me… I’d much rather be sewing than cooking.
So I stitched up some pies. :)
This week decided to put a design that I have been working on to the test and see how it would look in real life… my Blueberry Pie Quilt!
The Blueberry Pie is a modified log cabin design that uses fabrics in only two color ways: ‘crust’ and ‘blueberry’!
Of course, you could make raspberry, strawberry, lemon, or chocolate pies, instead, lol.
And it’s jelly roll friendly. Are you hungry yet???
I used fabrics from the ‘Sweet Caroline’ collection that I curated with QT Fabrics. So sweet! The fabrics are shipping to quilt shops in January, so make sure to ask. ❤️
Keep your eyes open for the ‘Blueberry Quilt’ coming soon to the blog. I can’t wait to share this fun and easy quilt with you.
In the meantime, here are 5 Log Cabin Quilts you Have to Try!
And now it’s time for you to show off! 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.
This Patchwork Cushion was my project in the Wonderland Blog Hop from Blend Fabrics. I'm so excited to give you a tutorial for it and FYI... you can still enter win a bundle of beautiful Wonderland Fabric until Friday!
Need a gift bag, knitting or crochet bag, lunch bag... lingerie, shoe, make-up, scrap, button, or little bag for any other reason?
Sew up a delightful Drawstring Ditty Bag with my free tutorial!
My 2-part cross body bag is a success!
It took some sewing origami to make it work, but I didn’t give up until my bag looked pretty similar in size and construction to the inspiration bag that you voted for.
Here's how I made a narrow (but still scrappy!) dog leash for our new puppy... It's so much fun to make your own pet accessories!
All that’s required to make this beautiful sunglasses case (or glasses case) is a few supplies and an embroidery machine with a 5x7 or larger hoop!
When I first showed you this cute little pouch last Saturday, one of you commented about it, calling it a ‘nappy pouch’ since that’s what you call baby diapers in the UK. I think that’s adorable!
So that’s what I’m naming it and I hope it doesn’t cause any confusion here in the U.S. - I’ll be sure to always be clear what it’s for, lol.
I love to have little sketchbooks or art journals handy for when inspiration strikes, so that's what I decided to make. These little journals are so pretty that I'm sure they will inspire me all by themselves. Read on for a tutorial so you can make your own.
Make a strip quilt and quilt it as you go (QAYG) so by the time the quilt top is done, the back and quilting are done too, and you are ready for binding!
Sew up a cute little bag to fit inside your purse - voila! Organized purse!