The Zip Top Tote ~ From Handmade Style by Anna Graham

Last week was a very productive one in the studio.  I finished a few to-sew items off my checklist, updated my Etsy shop and my IG destash account. On top of that, I made the final edits on The Diane Tote (Coming soon!) and am working on my next pattern.  It feels so good to cross things off lists doesn’t it? Here is one of my big finishes of last week!! Anna Graham (Noodlehead)’s blog has been a favorite of mine for years {Read More}

WIP Wednesday – A Tote, A Bitty Box & Applique ladies

Lots of projects going on here. Some small, some large, but all in the final stages. So here are some snapshots of what’s on my sewing table: A new month means a whole new set of blocks to work on in the 1718 Coverlet Sew-Along.  Last month was very challenging because of all the handstitched applique blocks. This month is similar to May but my level of confidence is much better (as is my technique—-which had no where to go but {Read More}

Cutting into hoarded fabric….

Do you have fabric designers or lines that you hoard away and refuse to touch?  I have a few.  Japanese fabric of any kind, Tula Pink (although I have some duplicate prints I have cut into!) and Cotton and Steel.  Well, this week I finally broke down and cut into that Cotton and Steel. Not a lot, but just enough to make a small boxy pouch to keep my hand stitching materials in. I have a ton of linen, so {Read More}

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