Thursday, October 6, 2011
So at the grocery store a couple of weeks ago, I impulsively bought a Halloween magazine. I have almost dog earred every other page in the magazine with stuff I wanted to make from it. And I am thinking of throwing a Halloween party just so I can make more stuff from it. The first thing I made from it was these pictures. They were so easy, inexpensive, creepy, and class looking.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Camille sent me a great little pack of fabrics and some new pins. I had to make something out of it right away because the fabric matched my family room and it was dying for a splash of color, especially on my dark couches. I used some of Camille's patterns from her book Simplify for the Criss Cross pillow and the block pillow. They add so much to the room and help tie it all together.
Monday, September 5, 2011
In June, my good friend/cousin-in-law Camille, told me about the Farmers Wife Quilt Sew Along. I was immediately intrigued by the idea of joining the sew along and making this sampler quilt my next endeavor. There are 111 different blocks and each uses teeny tiny templates for the piecing. I have never used templates before or pieced anything this small but it has been challenging and quite enjoyable so far. The fabric I am using is mostly from my fabric stash. The main inspiration was Its a Hoot my MoMo. I have also used some Central Park by Kate Spain, Bliss and Ruby by Bonnie and Camille, and some Amy Butler polka dots here and there. I should have kept better track of the order in which I sewed. I can say I do remember the first one I sewed and that is the first one I posted just below. The rest are just in the order I posted them.