I am just re-entering the real world after over a week of national parks & traveling off the grid, so this will be short and sweet. I had 0 internet or cell service for most of my time in Yellowstone so if you've been waiting on a response to something, thanks for your patience!! I'll be back next week to share thoughts on my trip (we loved it!!) and with a fresh tutorial I'm excited to share!
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I frequently get emails or Facebook comments that folks have always wanted to make a quilt. It's intimidating! I am certainly no expert with just a few under my belt, but I wanted to round up some ideas for making a small quilting project to start out with. A few of these are from my olden days of blogging and don't necessarily have a tutorial so hit reply and tell me if you see one you'd like a tutorial for, in the post.
From the archives:Simple but fun, I have a tutorial for upcycling old jeans into beanbags! These are great for family potlucks, 4th of july picnics, etc. My kids loved playing with them, I need to make a new set! Free pattern and tutorial in the post.