Tag Archive: sewing/quilting

Lovely Little Ladybug Costumes

-(It’s like herding cats, trying to get both girls to sit still for pictures anymore. These are the best I could get.)- After lots of wavering (between everything from a circus clown to an elephant), L decided she wanted to be a ladybug for Halloween. She stuck with the ladybug idea for several weeks in …

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DIY Kids’ Magnetic Fishing Set

As promised, I’m finally getting around to posting some extra pictures for a quick tutorial on the magnetic kids’ fishing set.  If you missed the note on social media, one day L came up to me and said she wanted to go fishing. We were in no position to actually go fishing in the traditional …

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Children’s Christmas Tree

Merry Christmas! I absolutely love this season.  It’s such a wonderful time of celebration for the birth of our Savior.  I love the music, excitement, family, friends, great food; I even love the snow. Every year after Thanksgiving I look forward to decorating the house.  This year’s a little different, however.  With a toddler running …

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Baby Quilt, a Blanket of Blessings; Part IV, the Conclusion

Welcome to the final post in the Blessings Blanket series.  Over the last month and a half, I have been working through the process of creating an heirloom quilt composed of material sent in from friends and family members. This has been a lot of fun and a great learning opportunity.  And now I’m happy …

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Baby Quilt, a Blanket of Blessings; Part III

Welcome to summer! It officially starts today, and in our neck of the woods the weather is following suit.  With temps reaching the upper 90s, lots of humidity in the air, and a high UV index, it’s a good idea to stay inside near the air conditioning. Many people often think of quilting as a wintertime …

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Baby Quilt, a Blanket of Blessings; Part II

After a few very busy weeks, it’s good to be back around the house getting caught up and having some time to work on the Blessings Blanket.  I would have liked to have had this completed by now, but as we know, life gets exciting and sometimes things get delayed. However, I’m happy to say …

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Baby Quilt, a Blanket of Blessings; Part I

Living a great distance from our friends and family members, I want to make sure they are as much a part of our future baby’s life as possible.  I have also been wanting to make something special for our child that she could cherish for years to come, so I decided to combine the two.  …

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Top 5 for Sewing and Quilting

Recently, I finished my first sewing project in anticipation of our baby girl due in August. As with any task, the right tools can make all the difference.  This week’s Top 5 list is made up of the items and resources that I have found to be most helpful as a beginner seamstress and quilter. 1. Brother Machines …

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