Category Archives: Fabric

Today’s the day to add your completed Shift Quilt top to be entered to win our super awesome grand prize!! The Prize a fat eighth bundle on Alison Glass’s brand new collection Seventy-Six, a $30 gift card to Hawthorne Threads, a $50 gift card to DuckaDilly, and a fat quarter bundle of Cotton + Steel […]

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  • Kaylyn Owens

    I still can’t get the link up to work. ReplyCancel

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    • It works!!! FINALLY. you may not be able to do it on your mobile browser, but the link up does work on a computer and I assume tablets as well. THANK YOU for being so patient. ReplyCancel

Several weeks ago when I was working on my Market contributions, Alison Glass asked me if I would like to be a part of her Knit Stitch Along. She has just come out with a range of gorgeous knits (like the best quality I’ve seen on the market). Anyway, she wanted me to make a […]

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  • Sarah J.

    I love this! Thanks for sharing- I am putting it at the top of my “to make” list. You are a brave girl hiding Liberty- but it totally shines through in the end!ReplyCancel

  • Beautifully done. I love this! I actually *am* a total AC fan (although I am waiting until I (finally!) get down to the size I’d like to be before I make something that takes that many hours…) but I would never have thought to hide patchwork between layers of knit (and Liberty at that?!) Although it would take longer to sew – this would be an excellent use of improv – pieced scraps…. hmmm
    (how did you baste your layers?)ReplyCancel

  • Your blanket is so pretty! I had caught a look over on IG when you were making the patchwork and never would’ve thought this was the plan. I’m really temped to try this out, did you have it in a hoop to stitch up and how did you transfer the images on to the knit?ReplyCancel

Alison Glass is revamping her quilt patterns and doing a series of mini patterns this January. They were unveiled at Market in Houston this past weekend, and I’m excited to show you two new versions of Opposites Attract and Shift!  I made a 20″ square version of Opposites Attract with a mix of Handcrafted prints […]

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  • Emily

    these are amazing! in fact i didn’t realize how amazing until i saw the very coordinated rainbow hand quilting on the back!!!!ReplyCancel

I have been on pins and needles waiting for Handcrafted II to come out. The moment it loaded onto Westwood Acres, I had a bundle in my cart! I’ve been trying to stay busy with custom orders, but as soon as they are finished, I’m chopping right into this! I haven’t posted any tutorials lately, […]

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I was recently asked to make a bolster sized pillow based on these potholders I made which were based on the Orimono Pillow from Anthropologie from several years back.  I LOVE the look of this pillow- this style of anything really. Visually, I feel like its just a treat to the eyes. You can see […]

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