Sunday, August 28, 2011

Ribbon taggies

I've been working with this lovely Anne Kelle fabric making some ribbon taggies for my craft fair table. These designs are so fun, and I have tons of different ribbons to use from all the cards/scrapbooking I've done. I have a creamy white chenille on the back of the blankies, and they measure about 14x14 (not including the ribbon).

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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Cosmetic clutch

Another little bag using some more Amy Butler fabric. I added a little strap this time. Great way to use up some leftover fabric! Today, I'm linking over to Sew Modern Monday at Canoe Ridge Creations (click on the button in my sidebar to visit!).

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Pleated cosmetic bag

So, this is the same bag, but I was having a bit of trouble with the lighting, so it looks a different. Anyhow, I wanted to make a zippered pouch with pleats in it and decided to use this Amy Butler fabric I had leftover from an apron. I'm happy with this little pouch, probably will make a few more for the craft show.

I'm a bit late today, but will still post this over at Quiltstory for fabric Tuesday anyhow.

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Owl blankie

I love this fabric!! It's by Anne Kelle and the colors are perfect for a baby shower gift when the gender of the baby is not known! I've decided to register for a craft show in PEI in November so now my brain is working overtime trying to decide what to make for the fair (and how to display it!)

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Alphabet Soup blankie

Another rainy day here in Halifax, so I made this little blanket set. I used the My Mind's Eye fabric Alphabet soup. Anyone familiar with scrapbooking would likely recognize this fabric too since it is also a paper line!

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Crayon wallets

It was a rainy day yesterday, and the girls were at a friends house, so I decided to make a few crayon wallets. Soon enough, school will be back in session and there will be lots of birthday parties to get ready for! (Pattern was purchased at JCasa Handmade). I'm linking this post to Quiltstory today!

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Crocheted slippers

No, I did not make these awesome little slippers, I bought them at a Fibre Mill in Belfast,PEI. They are handmade in PEI, by a family that has the website The bottom is suede, the inside is fluffy sheep's wool. I wishing for an adult size pair!

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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Back from the Island!

I made these little bags one rainy day while visiting my parents in PEI. Now my Mom is hooked on making them too! The brown fabric is by Bonnie and Camille (for Moda) and the blue is Henry Glass.

I'm late posting today, lots of house stuff to do earlier, but I'll link this to Fabric Tuesday at Quiltstory also.

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