My Halloween mug mat! I love the cutsie side of Halloween. Bobbing for apples, candy corn, scarecrows, candy. I can't do devil, witches, goblins and the scary stuff for Halloween. SEW, I came up with this Halloween Mug mat. The stipple quilting is do
Mug Rug for a Special Aunt! I hope she likes the mug rug I made her. I think I did a nice job matching up the embroidery thread with the fabric. It was such a fun project but very labor intense! The mug rug design is from Five Star Fonts a
I had a blast from the past stitching out my new zipper case. It's fully lined, extra thick padding and has no raw seams. I like that! My zip pouch easily holds my IPAD mini with the smart case attached. I love the little hanging strap that doubles as
My beautifully padded nook purse. Lift up the top flap and there is a concealed zipper. I have also made a nice crisp divider pocket to keep the charger separate so it doesn't scratch the cover. The blue strap fits perfectly so i can use it as a cross
School will be starting here in 2 weeks. My husband drives a school bus and absolutely loves his job. This year, he will be getting a surprise pouch to keep all his little necessities handy while on his bus route. It's SEW cute!
Ewwwwwwwwwwww. The thought of touching that dirty cart at the grocery just makes me want to cringe. When I'm out and about, I just can't wait to get home and give my hands a good scrubbing. But...in the meantime, I can attach this little pouch to my key
My Spring Mini Table Runner. It is fat quarter friendly and uses 2 fat quarters. The inside fabric is 6" wide and the border fabric is 22" wide. The 3 flowers with leaves were a design I found years ago. I knew it needed a stem so I added ric