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This quilt was especially designed with boys in mind because there just isn't much of anything fun for them. It's simple, classy, and masculine using the Riley Blake Designs fabric line All Star.

This has been my top selling skirt pattern. Who would have ever guessed that this Christmas fabric "Be Merry" would sell so much fabric. It's such an adorable skirt and easy to make.

This is the snowflake skirt made out of the fabric line "Sublime" made by Riley Blake Designs and designed by Doohikey designs, a local artist I work with,who's incredibly talented and has so many great ideas.
Another skirt. I've made so many to go to different stores for trunk shows. It really is a great pattern and looks fabulous in any fabric. The cute rose is also in the instructions with the pattern.

This quilt was inspired by the "Be Merry" fabric line from Riley Blake Designs. It is a simple block put together with borders to showcase the fun snowmen and Christmas trees.

This quilt is hanging at the Quilting Cottage where I took this picture.


This is a quilt with the "Be Merry" fabric also from Riley Blake Designs. The pattern is so simple and the words are ironed on and then blanket stitched around the edges. It's a reminder of that great Christmas legend "Twas the Night Before Christmas"


This is a three tiered gathered skirt for a young from sizes 1-12 in sizes. This would be a great pattern for a teenage to make using gathering stitches. She can pick out coordinating fabrics because I know how s always love more than one fabric. The cute rose on the side is also easy to make. Instructions are all in the pattern.



This Fancy Clancy Skirt is a very simple pattern for the young teenager or woman. The pattern is for sizes 1-12 in . The waist is elastic and the instructions are very easy to read and follow. I love it because it is so versatile. You can dress it up or down depending on the occasion. I love how s and women are wearing more dresses.


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