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appliqued zippered pouch

Appliqued Zippered Pouch

I hope that everyone had a wonderful Easter weekend and that you enjoyed the 40 day conference reading challenge!  I know I did…and I am excited for conference weekend this next weekend!

I made this fun Appliqued Zippered Pouch from some of my Lori Holt fabric and I am loving the way that it turned out!  This is a darling retro bag that can be used for many things.appliqued zippered pouch Continue reading

bloom quilt-rows 1 & 2

Bloom Quilt-Row 2

Today I want to show you my Bloom Quilt-Row 2.

I have been busy doing my spring cleaning all last week and the first part of this week…I only have one more closet to go and I am finished!!!!  Hurray!

 I feel like a new woman.  

The one closet that I have left is a BIG MESS!  It is my craft closet in my office and my granddaughter got in that closet the other day and she informed me that it was a mess and needed to be cleaned.   I thanked her for that information and told her that I would need her help to clean it out!  :)  She is such a sweetheart and agreed that she would!

But I did get row 2 of my Bloom quilt done and put together:bloom quilt-row 2 Continue reading

Wool Easter Pillow

Wool Applique Easter Pillow

I just finished a fun Wool Applique Easter Pillow.  I am kind of loving the wool applique and I am still working on my block of the month quilt top.  I only have 3 more blocks to go!!  So this Wool Applique Easter pillow was a no brainer and I took it with me on our little trip that we took to St. George last weekend. I worked on it while the kids were swimming and at night in our hotel room.Wool Easter Pillow Continue reading

beginning cross stitch

Beginning Cross Stitch Project

I have a super fun Beginning Cross Stitch Project that is perfect for learning to embroider!  My friend, Sharee, did this for her Activity Day Girls and every girl was able to make a darling pillow!  Sharee told me how she did it and I did one for my granddaughter to work on while we were on our St. George Get-Away.beginning cross stitch Continue reading