This year I compiled my top 100 list on Pinterest, so head over there and take a look at the board! See my lists from previous years here.
Sewing Machine Cover from 1, 2, 3 Sew.
Reversible Color-Blocked Tote from Made.
Plastic Animal Pincushion from Small Good Things.
Boxed Pouch from Terrabyte Farm.
Finger Knitting Hula Hoop Rug from Flax and Twine.
Granny Square Quilt Block from Blue Elephant Stitches.
Confetti Dish Towel from Make and Takes.
Backgammon Skirt for I’m Feelin’ Crafty.
Head over to Sew, Mama, Sew! to check out my round-up of holiday sewing projects. The house ornaments pictured here are from Retro Mama.
Head over to Skip to My Lou to see my tutorial for this Quick Coin Pouch. I love these pouches and I’ve been meaning to make one for a while, so thought I’d share how I made mine.
I’ll be selling a few of these at the Indie Craft Experience Holiday Shopping Spectacular this weekend. In fact, I’ve got a stack of stuff to sell here. But much more to make before Saturday! Hope you’ll stop by if you live in town. Looks like Felt Jar and I will be the first booth when you walk in the door, so you can’t miss us!
I’ve signed up to exhibit at the Indie Craft Experience in a couple of weeks and will be sharing a booth with my friend Laura of Felt Jar. We thought it would be fun, but we must have forgotten that doing a craft fair is tons of work. I’ll be selling pouches like the ones below, bags, scarves and a few kids’ items. Laura will have ornaments (as shown below), acorns, and her adorable little owls.
So if you live near Atlanta, mark your calendar for November 17-18! You can find the hours and location here.
I’ve been making samples from my new Stamped fabric collection for Quilt Market over the past couple of weeks. Quilt Market is a buyer’s market where representatives from fabric stores all over the world come to shop for fabric to sell in their stores. Here’s a peek at what I’ve made. If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve seen these snapshots and I just didn’t get a chance to take photos this morning. I sent the samples off with Melody Miller to head to the Kokka booth, but I didn’t have time to take photos. By the way, Melody’s new book, Ruby Star Wrapping, is shipping now!
Oh, and rumor has it that my Stamped collection may be shipping as early as November! I can’t make it to Quilt Market this time around with so much going on with the kids this weekend, but if you’re there, please stop by the Seven Islands booth and check out my fabric. I’ll try to get photos of the projects in the next couple of weeks so you can see them in more detail. I made two projects from my book 1, 2, 3 Quilt, so you’ll get a sneak peek of what to expect next year.