02. August 2020
Found different style face mask I really like. Created by Dora Cary of Orange Dot Quilts. https://www.orangedotquilts.com Also did a little Fold-It-Hold-It bag to carry the mask in. Black one with bag I’m sending to my daughter. Instructions can be found here: https://www.orangedotquilts.com Linda Sanita
27. July 2020
I just finished this Meander Bag, a free (until the end of July) download pattern from Sew News magazine (sewdaily.com/go/SNfreebies). It’s basically a version of a fanny pack, but with shoulder issues I thought it might be good to have a bag that just goes around my waist. Except for the strapping & the slide adjuster, everything came from my stash - even the buckle. Jean VanValin
26. July 2020
Here's a mystery quilt I completed following a group on Facebook called Grid Girls. Each week, we received a clue telling us what to cut and sew. We didn't know what the completed quilt will look like until the last clue. It was a lot of fun and I was able to use my scraps! It made a wonderful get well gift for a friend who had surgery. Viri Lashley
22. July 2020
I love this McCall's pattern #M7323. Very easy to fit and has three variations.mI chose to add a band to the neck line for added interest. The fabric was from the sale bin at Faust. Phyllis Costa
19. July 2020
All 4 done! Karla Milota And if you missed Karla's video on how she made these, you can find it HERE!
17. July 2020
Above is a sampler I wove using a zoom loom and the patterns in the book to left , The Loomette Handbook — New Weaves, Vogues and Suggestions which was printed in 1938. It is no longer in copyright and you can download it and several others HERE. Maria Baker
12. July 2020
Chase is ready to protect and serve. He is for my grandson. Marcia Baker
07. July 2020
I made these stockings for my son's family. The pattern is Stocking Sweet Stocking from Bean Counter Quilts. The video below shows how I used the 'Lil Twister Tool to cut the charm pack and make the pinwheel pattern. Karla Milota
07. July 2020
The box with flowers are from the Crafty Gemini, the soap dish is the same box altered and the tissue box was mine. Not as easy as I thought it would be. Remade several times before I got it right! Linda Sanita Crafty Gemini tutorial can be found HERE.
06. July 2020
When I saw Peggy Sager’s pattern of the month for May (#115 Ann’s Top), I thought it would be perfect for the light sweater knit that I found in the remnant bin (pay by the pound) at Foust. The picture only showed the one version, but I watched one of Peggy’s YouTube videos where she made several versions from this pattern. I loved the sleeveless top with the cowl collar lengthened to make a shawl collar. Since I had not made one of her tops before, I decided to make the “muslin “ out...

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