Search results for easy triangle method. I'm so excited to show you a brand new product that I have designed just for you! It's a seam guide that you adhere (temporarily of course) to your sewing machine bed. Introducing the I designed it and… produced it for me…and you! I've been waiting a long time for them to be ready and I'm so happy that they are finally here and that I can share them with you on this weeks Farm Girl Friday:) This is only one of the colors available... It comes in these 4 happy colors to match your mood or each of your machines:) Personally I plan on keeping one with all of my machines and in my sewing bag so that I am never without one. Each one comes with 4 of the 1" round Stick-it's… which are removable double side tape dots. So now I'm going to explain why and how to use my while I'm showing you the 3 easy steps to set it up!
I have put the steps directly onto my seam guide for you. First step is placing the needle into the dot. This step is to ensure that the center line on the Seams Sew Easy lines up perfectly with the needle. See? Xx. Quilty love. Happy Quilting: Moroccan Lullaby - A New Finish. This morning I a so very excited to share with you my newest finish and it's a big one!!!! I call it Moroccan Lullaby and I so love it!!!! This will be one of my newest patterns and I am hoping to get to teach it soon as well. I was planning on having the pattern ready for today, but life happened, so watch for it coming soon ;) I had so much fun making these giant blocks!!! They really are fun to put together and are not as difficult as they look. And I just love the wonderful geometric shapes with the intertwining design and all of the negative space that gives the quilt a beautiful modern flair. My prints are Grunge Basics by BasicGrey for Moda.
So, a little confession. I quilted some of my favorite designs all mixed together in pretty small scale (for me) in the "inside" of the blocks. And on the "outside" of the blocks, I quilted 1/4" lines and I am so happy to say, I conquered my ruler anxiety with this quilt!!! Thank you so much for stopping by today and every day. MINI Raincheck PDF. About Bunny Hill. Hi, I'm Anne Sutton, owner and designer for Bunny Hill Designs! I've always loved sewing and crafts. I've tried so many I can't count them all!
From needlepoint, cross stitch, crocheting, knitting, embroidery, just to mention a few, but when I found applique, I knew I found my passion. I'm at peace when I'm designing applique, and for me the process is pure joy. It speaks to me in a way that no other craft form can. I design fabric for Moda Fabrics.
Designing is my second career, and the one I love most. My husband and I live in Northern California surrounded by pets; a few cats and two wonderful dogs. My studio is a 400 sq. ft. loft area of our home with natural lighting, big work spaces, and collections that I love. I hope you enjoy making my designs and that they bring a smile to you and your family. Thimble Blossoms — Home. Ps i quilt: impromptu along. If y'all are looking for a fun summer quilt along, my friend, katy is hosting one using my impromptu pattern!!!
(click HERE to see the announcement post.) impromptu is a pretty simple quilt to piece, but it's big. like 90 1/2" x 90 1/2" big. and sometimes when you're piecing a quilt that big, you need some extra motivation. insert the impromptu along. so, if you already have your impromptu pattern and fabrics, yayyy. if not, there's still plenty of time. we start on june 1st. the impromptu pattern can be purchased HERE . (both paper & pdf versions are available.) and the fat quarter shop has a great selection of layer cakes to choose from. note: you can use your stash if you want, just make sure you are starting with 10" squares. if you're joining us, show off your fabric choice and quilts via #impromptualong hashtag on instagram &/or the impromptu quilt along flickr group . i can't wait to see y'all make your own impromptu quilts. to this day, it's still one of my favorite quilts.
Notes from Terry Ann. I had fun last weekend making some little woven baskets out of 2-1/2" batik strips. These baskets are often made out of paper such as magazines, newspaper, maps, potato chip bags etc. but I wanted to use fabric. I used interfacing to stiffen the strips and make them easy to weave. Materials needed: 20 strips 2-1/2" x 21" (I used precut batik strips) Note: One Bali Pop makes four baskets. 40 strips 1/2" x 20" (1/3 yd.)
Decor bond fusible interfacing 20 strips 1/2" x 20" (5/8 yd.) Fabric glue, wonder clips or clothespins, scissors, thread Prepare 20 Fabric Strips: 1. 2. 3. 4. Weave strips together - 10 vertical strips and 10 horizontal strips. On each side, weave the first 5 strips into the last five strips to make a diamond shape as shown. Continue weaving to connect the sides. Pull the strips to tighten and fold the strips down. Weave the ends in on the inside of the basket. Put a dab of glue between the layers along the top edge. Map basket newspaper basket. Home Page. Sew Mama Sew | Outstanding sewing, quilting, and needlework tutorials since 2005.
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