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Using freezer paper as a fabric stencil is nothing new, and I certainly don’t claim that this my original idea. In fact my fellow Silhouette guest blogger last month (Jessica from Mom 4 Real) included a freezer paper how-to as … Continue reading
Making your own bias tape…. This is a “no-brainer” for some of you. And for some of you, you are perfectly happy buying it pre-made. But after my Applique Baby Bib post, I did get a few people asking questions, … Continue reading
Today we’re talking raw edge appliqué, and I’m sharing a step-by-step tutorial for my super simple technique that I use for almost all of my appliqué projects. (If you missed the first part of this post, where I shared my … Continue reading
Last week’s appliqué baby bib sent my inbox into quite a tizzy! There were lots of questions regarding my tips for finding appliqué designs online, requests for a more detailed tutorial on how to sew them, and even a few … Continue reading
If you’re a parent who loves to cook (and have your kids help), then you know that there are few things more adorable than one of your little ones in an apron! That’s why I’m so excited to offer this … Continue reading
I love this quilt for so many reasons…. 1. It sews up super fast. (Strip piecing is key!) 2. The ribbon sewn into the top makes it look way more complicated than it really is. 3. This is the first … Continue reading