A Fantasia XL Bubble Pouch Giveaway!

Earlier this week I introduced you to my upcoming e-pattern, The Diane Tote. It was made using the new Fantasia fabric line from Sara Lawson for Art Gallery Fabrics. What I didn’t mention was that I had enough leftovers to make another small accessory.  Say hi to the Fantasia XL Bubble Pouch!!  I used Unicorn Fable in Balsamtree for the main exterior and Bous Trail Bluet for the top drawstring pocket. The pouch is roughly 10″x12″ and is great for stashing those knitting {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}

New Fabric Bundles in the Shop!

I am so excited to finally list a few fabric lines to my Etsy shop! A few months back I had the opportunity to work with some Moonshine fabric and fell in love with the vibrant colors and the designs that are so uniquely Tula.  I ordered a few bolts of Moonshine  for my studio,  but I decided to go ahead and grab a few fat quarter bundles and design rolls to list in my shop for you to enjoy! {Read More}

Custom Aragon Bag for Victoria Findlay Wolfe

I’m so excited to finally share a big custom project I finished recently!  A few weeks ago I was asked if I could make an Aragon Bag for Victoria Findlay Wolfe  to take to quilt market. Victoria is the author of 15 Minutes of Play and an super-talented quilter and artist. Of course I said yes!  Better yet, I had a chance to sew with fabric from her upcoming fabric line, Sonnet.  Sonnet will be making it’s debut at quilt {Read More}

The Anna Maria Horner Right Turn Bag

Hey there! Today I am guest posting over at Sew Sweetness as part of the 2013 Purse Palooza. I will be reviewing The Right Turn Bag by Anna Maria Horner. I used fat quarters from her Hand Drawn Garden line as well as a few embellishments from my fibers stash. So head on over and see the cuteness! ~Cindy~

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