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Welcome to day 3 of the #WonderlandHOP . Today I have two more fantastic projects for you (I can totally say that since I didn’；t make them *wink*)， a perfectly charming Pinwheel Quilt and some adorable girls Easter Dresses!
First up is Christina of Emily Ann’；s Kloset. She made this adorable Pinwheel Quilt using Wonderland and some gingham fabric. Oh be still my heart， how I love a good gingham!! ？I’；m so excited because this is the first time that I’；ve seen a quilt made with Wonderland! ？I so want to STEAL it for myself!!!yellow throw pillows
For those of you who don’；t know herpillow cases vintage， Christina features amazing and gorgeous sewing and quilting tutorials on her blog， Emily Ann’；s Kloset. She also shares heartfelt stories about raising her daughter who has special needs. ？I think I’；ve mentioned before that I have an adult brother with Autism，？and I find reading her thoughts and stories about her daughter so inspiring.
She didn’；t JUST make a quilt she also used the leftovers to make this patchwork zip pouch.. HOP on over to her blog to get all the details about both projects!
Stop #2 today is Liz from Simple Simon &； Company. ？Liz was one of the VERY first sewing bloggers that I ever met! She and her sister-in-law Elizabeth (yep， they are both named Elizabeth Evans， funny huh) run the Simple Simon and Company blog and I’；m happy to call both of them friends. I was lucky enough to steal both of them away from their families for a few hours last month to have lunch when I was visiting Utah.
They also have a fabric line with Riley Blake called， Four Corners and are rapidly working on releasing a line of girls sewing patterns!
Liz is sharing with us all the details from the Easter dresses she made her girls. ？Did you notice that black and white one？？ It’；s toally genius and I’；m wondering why I didn’；t think of that!!
Hop on over to Simple Simon and Company to get all of the details!
This traditional girl scout/ boy scout craft got a remake this year thanks to the Etsy fabric labs. If you missed making one for someone you love this past year for the annual international meet-ups, you can still purchase the fabric here. You can also make one yourself by tracing teacup bottoms on scrap fabric. This is a great way to stretch those left-over odds and ends you may have laying around your sewing room. You will need: Fabric (Scraps Are Fine) Pen Scissors Thread Safety Pin Needle Optional (Teacup or small circle to trace on fabric)
When it comes to interior design, most of us think of over the top showroom style homes found in magazines and adverts. While we may all dream of having a million dollar show home, the sad reality is that with the current state of the global economy, most of us are lucky to even be able to afford to redecorate. Still, no matter what your budget, there are a number of different ways to bring new life in to your home with some simple neutral interior design ideas and tips.
I have been trying out the new punchwork feature in BERNINA Embroidery Software 7. So easy!?We have a lovely yarn store a few doors down from our shop with a wonderful selection of wool roving. A little goes a long way!