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Fun Projects in the works

This month has quickly slipped by and I have been so busy doing projects I couldn't yet blog about. So I will just show a few things that I have been working on for different shows and events that I have been involved in. These ones are for Doodlebug Designs.


Are these not the cutest bags ever. I  used the small strike-offs that we had to make these for Doodlebug Designs CHA scrap booking show last weekend. I used Kim's pattern from here. The instructions are easy. You can make several at a time. This fabric is called Trick or Treat and will be delivering the end of April.


This is my pincushion pattern that you can find here. It is called "No Calorie Pin Cushion" The instructions are easy. I write my patterns with a lot of rotary cutting measurements so you don't have to have templates and you can be more precise in your sewing and quicker in your cutting.


Don't you just want to eat it. The pincushion is out of the line Christmas Candy and will be delivering in May. It is designed by Doodlebug Designs for Riley Blake Designs.

This is the quilt I made out of Feeling Groovy. A Doodlebug Design for Riley Blake Designs. It has wonder under hearts and yoyos to dress it up. Stay warm and cozy under those quilts and fun fabrics from Riley Blake Designs.


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