“United We Stand” by My Red Door Designs

I bought this kit at the quilt festival , from My Red Door Designs. I absolutely love it! πŸ™‚ Not only is it patriotic but I also get to learn how to do different kinds of projects. I’ve never done yo-yo’s before and what a better way to learn that with this beautiful pattern! This adorable kit comes with the pattern, directions and ALL the … Continue reading “United We Stand” by My Red Door Designs

Cheryl Ann’s Design Wall: A Must-Have in your Crafty Room! :)

I was walking around the quilt festival and came across Cheryl Ann’s Design Wall booth and just knew I had to have one of these in my crafty room! It’s such a neat concept: an easy to build stand, slip in a flannel piece of fabric, and with the slanted design, it holds your pieces of fabric! Maybe it’s just me wanting to simplify the … Continue reading Cheryl Ann’s Design Wall: A Must-Have in your Crafty Room! πŸ™‚

ADVICE NEEDED: Sewing Machine Tote Bags!?

After everyone, at the quilt festival, persuaded me to attend the Road to California‘s quilter conference, I’ve registered for some classes! I even printed the entry form to submit a piece!! πŸ™‚ Raymond’s little sister, Jeanie, supervises ALL of my printing! She even bites and tugs at the sheets of paper as they slide into the printer, just to make sure that I’m paying attention … Continue reading ADVICE NEEDED: Sewing Machine Tote Bags!?

My last day at the Quilt Festival!

On my third day at the quilt festival ,well actually everyday I was there, I snapped pictures with my iPad and it got a lot of attention! πŸ™‚ I bought this skin ,at skinit.com, with Raymond’s baby picture πŸ™‚ isn’t he adorable!? This picture was taken on the drive home when we first got Ray! He was only 3 pounds in this picture, now he’s … Continue reading My last day at the Quilt Festival!

The Iron Quilter’s Challenge !!

I had the pleasure to attend the Iron Quilter’s Challenge, during the quilt festival at the Long Beach Convention Center, and it was UNFORGETTABLE !! I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I was excited about the event when I first read about it. “Culinary artists have done it, and now fabric artists try their hand (or hands) in Quilting Stadium! Be part of a … Continue reading The Iron Quilter’s Challenge !!

“Wee-beings” by Kenzie Mac & Co. :)

At the quilt festival I met Nancy, co-owner of her shop with her daughter Lauren, Kenzie Mac & Co. They have such adorable patterns and kits for kids clothes, totes, aprons and many more! And all of their products are MADE IN AMERICA! Big plus! “Kenzie Mac & Co. was inspired after the birth of a precious baby girl named Mackenzie. Mackenzie’s mom[Lauren] and grandma[Nancy] … Continue reading “Wee-beings” by Kenzie Mac & Co. πŸ™‚

Tutorial: Fabric Keychains

I just got back from The Quilt Festival’s preview night and, MY GOODNESS, I NEVER WANTED TO LEAVE! πŸ™‚ So many nice people, so many beautiful quilts, kits and patterns!!! I’m so glad I decided to buy the package weekend tickets! I met so many nice people and will soon post about what I bought, what I will be featuring and creating tutorials and many … Continue reading Tutorial: Fabric Keychains

Tutorial: Fabric Keychains

I just got back from The Quilt Festival’s preview night and, MY GOODNESS, I NEVER WANTED TO LEAVE! πŸ™‚ So many nice people, so many beautiful quilts, kits and patterns!!! I’m so glad I decided to buy the package weekend tickets! I met so many nice people and will soon post about what I bought, what I will be featuring and creating tutorials and many … Continue reading Tutorial: Fabric Keychains