Category Archives: Cotton + Steel

I’m so excited to bring you my latest tutorial for Janome using their limited edition Anna Maria Horner M100! This project was made for Valentine’s Day but you can use it all year long! Its called the Mosaic Heart Tote and I was inspired by the idea of a pieced heart thinking of all the […]

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If you’ve been reading my blog for a long time, perhaps you will remember the Holiday Craft Bash from several years back. I made these incredible stockings that were embellished with a host of hand stitches and embroidered with our names.  Using the same tutorial, I updated our stockings. Our family was growing, and it […]

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  • Super cute! Is this the chair you may recover one day? ReplyCancel

    • Haha, yes! It’s my side of the road special. I had such grand intentions of reupholstering when I got it, but at 8-9 months pregnant I think I got too ambitious. I have the fabric, I just need to DO it. :) ReplyCancel

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

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I am a die hard Boston Terrier fan. I’ve had two dogs in my life, both Bostons, and I find them utterly and completely irresistible. In fact, even in tight financial situations, I find it so very hard not to purchase something with the image of a Boston. So it comes as no surprise that […]

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  • emily

    oh! it looks sooooooo good all put together!!! what is it about bostons? so cheeky and cute!ReplyCancel

Today, Layla and I took some time out to do some responsibility-free, no strings attached sewing. I’ve been working so hard to supplement the income just so we can scrape by, that I’ve not given much time to sewing just for fun. Not that any sewing isn’t fun, because I LOVE every bit of it. But […]

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  • Lauren

    That’s beautiful! She is so talented and has a great eye for arranging colors just like mama. Such special memories you’re making with her! Can’t wait to sew with my girls when they get old enough!ReplyCancel

  • My girl is the same way about soft things. I can highly recommend a minky or flannel backing for a happy customer!ReplyCancel

  • Donna Lee

    Wonderful! You both should be proud! That is a lot of sewing for both of you and I can imagine took patience on both your parts. She will remember this forever, even when the quilt has been loved to pieces.ReplyCancel

  • What a great way to spend some time together. It is a beautiful quilt and I am sure she will cherish it for a long time along with the memories of making it.ReplyCancel

  • What a great quilt! Congratulations to Layla, she’s done a terrific job.ReplyCancel

  • Emily

    amazing! that’s one talented lil girl (just like her mother)!ReplyCancel

  • […] there! I’m popping in today to show off the finished Printshop quilt that Layla and I worked on […]ReplyCancel