Quilt blog entries Tagged as 'books'
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You guys are in for a small challenge, I mean a treat! I chose to sew up a this adorable tri-fold wallet from the book A Bag for all Reasons by Lisa Lam for our final Gifty Galore 2012 project. This wallet features a coin pouch, 8 card slots, and a separate small pocket space for recipts. My current wallet is packed with recipts, so I know that this extra pocket will come in handy for me. During the long winter (rainy) months here in the Northwest, I tend to flock towards anything bright and festive; that's why I chose to sew this one up in our Riveria II fabric collection.
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You'll soon notice a reoccurring theme with me and the projects I take on. I'm overly ambitious and absolutely love projects made from super small piecing. I loved this little makeup case from Sweet & Simple Patchwork Gifts by Hisako Arai and Yoko Sanjo and thought it was a great project to work on. Although I love the look of small pieced projects, I'm not a very patient person. So this project let me attempt the work of small piecing but at a manageable rate.
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Look at this darling little bottle-cap pincushion from Super-cute Pincusions. It is SO cute and very fun to make! I am a lover of wools so this project is made of wool. I love to embellish and was attracted to the embroidery stitches that adorned the minute pincushion. It has quite a history too!