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I am finishing up a few projects for work. This one is Fly A Kite designed by October Afternoon. I love the main print of the girl swinging and the boy playing with his puppy. The coordinating prints make for great contrast with the fun prints in this fabric collection.


You can see the whole quilt here. All of these are free projects you can download here.


I love how this quilt turned out and it is very simple to cut and sew. This is a great quilt design for showcasing a bigger main print.




Look how pretty and vibrant these colors are corals, grays and aquas. This is a stunning collection designed by Emily Taylor called Verona for Riley Blake Designs.



Again this is another quilt I designed and you can download the patterns. They are free.




This fabric collection is called Stars and Stripes designed by Deena Rutter.


The reds and blues are colorful and saturated in color. I am going to have to make me a cute summer picnic blanket. I hear it calling my name.



This is another free pattern. Be sure to check it out. Super easy!


This  fun project I just finished to put in October Afternoons booth at CHA.


 This is the Fly A Kite fabric collection. I used my pattern from the 
Butterfly Kisses Pattern Company called No Calorie Pin Cushion.You can find the pattern here.For those of you coming to Ruby's Inn in February I will be teaching this class. I can't wait. We always have a lot of fun. I love the ladies who attend this event. 

  


I stayed up most of the night working on a blessing dress for my granddaughter. I can't wait to post pictures when I am finished. Just a hint, it's super easy and I used up a lot of lace I have collected over the years.

Happy Sewing!
Jina





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  1. Love that Fly A Kite....quilt and fabric! Very fun designs! Thanks for the pattern link too! :)

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  2. Oooooooooooo, that Fly a Kite is adorable with that fabric. Love it!

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