Hi! The pattern I used for the I pad cover is #1210-I-Cozy Palooza by Whistlepig Creek Productions. It's fairly easy and goes quickly once all the cutting is done.
Nancy, I missed your birthday. I hope you had a wonderful day.
Thanks Nancy! I made that for my nephew when he was born. It's a really easy pattern and I think the colors of the 30's reproduction fabric worked well with it. Glad you liked it.
But did you have a good trip?
Nancy, you can't be back already!!
Love the pinnie, thank you Nancy!
Hi there, I was looking at your Summer Breeze quilt. I see that its a DP9 But I'm trying to figure out what was the layout of print vs. white? How many times was white used as the main block and the same with the floral? I would like to make one that looks like this. I hope you can understand my question. Thanks
Good Morning. Just popped in and looked at your albums. I love the blue and yellow quilt. Hope you are having a great weekend.
Thanks for the tip on the Lexmark printer cartridges. Will check them out. They sure don't last very long for the price you have to pay, so a freebie now and then would be great.
Thanks for your comments about my table runner Nancy! I like how it turned out too. The applique really is not that hard to do....you should give it a try! I only do raw edge fusible applique which is quick and easy, along with decorative stitching on my machine to hold down the edges. I know the hand sewn turned under applique technique is beautiful too, but I don't have the patience or the hand ability to do that kind of work anymore. I'm happy with anything I can just machine sew!