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Adventure is Calling – Sleeping Bag Quilt

We’re visiting SQUATS & RUNNING STITCHES today, where Summer is sharing her super fun Sleeping Bag Quilt featuring fabric from the Adventure is Calling collection designed by Dani Mogstad. At first glance this looks like a normal quilt, but take another look and you’ll see that Summer added a zipper to make this the perfect…

Warm Wishes – Christmas Village Quilt Along

We’re visiting JESSICA DAYON today, where Jessica is introducing her upcoming Christmas Village Quilt Along featuring fabric from the Warm Wishes collection designed by Simple Simon & Co. This quilt is so fun and the Quilt Along is totally FREE! You may recognize those cute house blocks from her popular Little Village Quilt Along. Now…

Tiny Treaters – Trick or Treat Sibling Dolls

We’re wrapping up our Tiny Treaters Project Tour with a visit to BEE SEW INSPIRED, where Jennifer is sharing four adorable Brother/Sister Trick or Treater Dolls featuring fabric from the Tiny Treaters collection by Jill Howarth. Check out this sweet little sibling set! Big sister is happy to take little brother around the neighborhood for…

Rainbowfruit – Daisy Dress

Today’s stop on our Rainbowfruit Project Tour takes us to ANG IN LALA LAND, where Angela is sharing the cutest ever Daisy Dress featuring fabric from the Rainbowfruit collection designed by Amber Kemp-Gerstel of Damask Love. Angela used the Daisy dress pattern by Peony Patterns (found HERE). Let’s start off by taking a moment to…

Make it Modern – Confetti Hearts Quilt

We “LOVE” a good heart quilt, and we are totally smitten with this fun, super modern heart quilt featuring Riley Blake Confetti Cottons, Texture, and Kisses Basics. This quilt was made by our talented office manager, Mindy. Mindy used the Confetti Hearts quilt pattern by Modernly Morgan (found HERE). Instead of keeping the hearts all…

Tiny Treaters – Crafty Sack

We’re visiting AMISTA BAKER today, where Amista is sharing her seriously cute Crafty Sack featuring fabric from the Tiny Treaters collection designed by Jill Howarth. Amista used the Crafty Sacks Project Bag pattern by Rosie Taylor Crafts (found HERE). Such a fun patchwork project bag! We absolutely love the look of these colorful prints paired…

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