My recent quilt pattern, Dazzling Dream, is made entirely from equilateral triangles. And although you can cut equilateral triangles using only a ruler, I also included triangle templates with the pattern. I’ve seen people “strongly… Read More »Tips for Using Templates for Quilts
The Dazzling Dream Dye + Quilt pattern is now available! Do you love hand dyed fabric but don’t know what to do with it? I specifically created my Dye + Quilt patterns for this reason!… Read More »Dazzling Dream Dye + Quilt Pattern – Hand Dyed Version
Have you ever wondered how much dye you should be using when you ice dye? I think crafters often tend to also be thrifty, so the thought of wasted dye is likely as annoying to… Read More »How Much Dye Powder Should You Use For Ice Dyeing?
This is the first mini quilt I’ve made. I knew I would eventually hang it on the wall but I just really wanted to get it finished so I took the attitude of I’ll just… Read More »How to Hang a Mini Quilt After it’s Bound
I don’t know why it’s so hard to find baby sleep sacks in anything other than the smallest size but with my jumbo baby’s toes squishing at the end of their sleep sack I was… Read More »McCall’s 7219 Infant’s Bunting Pattern Review
I’ve been going crazy with sewing projects using paper patterns lately, especially baby stuff. Because they’re so small, baby items are often quick and easy and so much fun! This also means that I’m reusing… Read More »Making Tissue Paper Sewing Patterns More Durable