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Wrap them in fairy tales - Let's make a quilt together

I made these two quilts a while ago but I think I've never really shared them with you. So, here we go... This is actually the quilt I made for my son. My daughter got a pink version but I think she secretly likes this green one better. Hahahaha, I can't blame her... Let me tell you a little more about them. Every night I tuck my kids in bed, using their wrap them in fairytales quilts. And every night I tell them that their quilt will keep them safe through the night, protecting them from nightmares and sad thoughts. Because every stitch it took me making those quilts, I made while I was thinking of them. And when I have to...

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Sweet Cinnamon Roses - Press & Journal

Ohhh, I am so excited abut this. I know, I know - I should try to keep my cool but this is just so soooo exciting. And I am glad I can finally share it with you...  Sweet Cinnamon Roses is featured in the Press & Journal (September 26th, 2020). Well if we are honest, I think it's more our community that made it into the newspaper. Our kind and caring quilty community, sewing together whilst sharing the love for fabric, texture and of course quilts. The article is pretty much the perfect summary of our LETS MAKE A QUILT TOGETHER community. We are not just quilting along anymore but we are also helping each other through these strange days. Because we are...

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Let's do this!

 Let's make a quilt together.  We are super close to be back to lockdown again. During the PM’s broadcast a couple days ago, it was mentioned that the restrictions probably won’t be lifted anymore over the next six months. And it’s affecting all of us again. I am not sure what your situation was in March but I pretty much froze for a couple weeks/ months. Couldn’t do anything really and lost my sewing mojo… BUT this time around I am determined not to let it happen again. I want to fight the lockdown blues and make something that brings me joy instead. And I really hope you will join me on this journey.   I would love to make...

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