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You've probably noticed I haven't blogged here for a few weeks, but that doesn't mean I'm not blogging. I'm now blogging right on the website. Below are some snippets of the latest post, but if you want to keep up with the post weekly be sure to subscribe to our new blog list here: Blogging List
Does your mind wander when you are sewing seams? Anita is often thinking ahead about what she needs to do next but when her mind wanders, so do her seams. Check out her tip to prevent this on our latest blog post. When my mind wanders so do my seams
Last week I talked about fabrics to use for Anita's Christmas quilt and this week, I wanted to follow on with what is in the first two parts of this Block of the Month pattern.
Remember last week I mentioned a new pattern? Well, it is here now! Freshly released and a fun make with modern cutting techniques (or traditional if you prefer). My new quilt is called "Woodland Foxes" and is ideal for baby or toodler as you can make it in any size you require with ease - crib, cot, single or lap quilt.
It always amuses me how one blog post leads to another. My recent post about how to make a knitting needle case sparked some added interest among quilters as the beading on the cover caught their eye. It's not something I teach in my free online class, just merely an extra feature added because I liked the effect!
A few weeks ago I made my pansy applique block as an embroidered block. This is how it looked....
I'm really excited about working on a new design although it is taking a little longer than inticipated with all that is going on lately! I decided though, that I should give you a sneak preview....
It suddenly occured to me that my applique flowers can be made in a number of other ways, not just applique so today I wanted to show you how I created a new block from one of my existing flower blocks - actually, I chose my very first flower block in my BOW series, the pansy.
Last week I made my first Folded Ribbon Heart from Anita's new pattern. It was super easy and super fun!
Over the past week, I have been working with Anita on getting her newest pattern published. It's been a lot of fun discovering all the various ways her Folded Ribbon Heart can work in blocks and quilts or table runners so today I wanted to share some of the great points this pattern has.