Friday, December 30, 2011


Our Echo Fabric Bundles FLEW out the door!  If you missed them on the first go round, don't worry.  We have another shipment coming in a few weeks.  YAY for you!  For those of you that are not familiar with these fabrics, they are from designer Lotta Jansdotter's newest line of fabrics from Windham. One of our customers made these beautiful bags that she sells in her Etsy Store Mackenzie Monroe.

 Look at the coordinating fabrics used for the lining.  We love the way Makenzie Monroe mixed up the patterns.

Another peek inside her bag.  We love the detail on these these bags. You can find these bags at this link:  Makenzie Monroe

Leisha Farnsworth took a Fat Quarter Bundle of 2 fabrics from Amy Butler - Wall Flower and Full Moon Polka Dot to make these scrap fabric baskets.  Just 2 fat quarters and some interfacing or denim for stability.  Leisha got the idea from The Sometimes Crafter free tutorial (don't you love free tutorials?) Here is the link:
Leisha added handles to her basket.

Happy Birthday to me!  Lucky me.  Sandra and Leisha made me this Circa 1934 Table Topper.  I love it!  This is made with 16 charm squares!  What a great project this would be for the Valentines.  We have several new charm square precuts to choose from - some REALLY cute Valentines fabrics from the Always and Forever Collection.

Sandra made this quilt for one of our customers who also happens to be her neighbor.  She used 4 Back Country 5" Square Stackers Bundles (Charm Squares) and added sashing strips out of Riley Blake's Tan Grunge and corner squares out of the Chocolate Grunge.  The plaid border is from the same Back Country Collection  designed by The Paper Loft for Riley Blake.

 I know this is a large close up....but you really need to see how gorgeous these fabrics are.  They are perfect for that outdoors man  or cabin quilt.  Minky on the back really made this a cozy quilt for her neighbor's family room.
Utah winters are sooooo cold.  We love Minky on the back of our family room quilts.

Thanks everyone for sharing your projects.  Please send  us more ideas. We love to share your ideas and see what you are making!

Happy New Year!


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