Flowers and Fat Quarters

| Fabric, Flowers and Gardening

I ran down to Minneapolis today to do an errand for my mom and she thanked me with these beautiful flowers.  It’s such a breath of fresh air to have fresh flowers as the snow is beginning to disappear and the first signs of spring are seen in the garden.  Thanks Mom! While down in […] Read more…

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| Apparel

Wow! I can’t believe I got second place in the Lil Blue Boo / Dharma Trading Design challenge.  Thanks to everyone who voted.  All of the other entries were so great!  I may just have to borrow some of those ideas for my own projects.  I could totally see my son in the Monster Hoodie! […] Read more…

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Kisses for a teacher

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One of the teachers at my son’s preschool is having a birthday soon and the kids are throwing a little party tomorrow.  We heard she likes Rice Krispiy bars and I saw this post just before Valentine’s Day (but I didn’t get a chance to make them) so I thought it would be fun to […] Read more…

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At the end of the rainbow

| For Kids, Holidays, Tutorial

Here’s a super quick (5 minute) tutorial for a pot of gold!  You’ll need 1 piece of 8″x12″ black felt (or other color of your choice), the pattern, and your “gold”. Cut out 2 pattern pieces (on fold).  Sew around the edge with 1/8″ seam (shown here in light colored thread). Pull corners out (on […] Read more…


Spicy Pony Head

| Apparel

Yup, you read that correctly.  Spicy Pony Head.  So my brother-in-law and his wife love the spicy pony head comedy sketch from the Kasper Hauser Comedy podcast.  (If you haven’t heard this yet take a listen here.) Anyway, my husband had a great idea to make a spicy pony head t-shirt for their 2-year old […] Read more…

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