Thanks for participating in the Notion Commotion Blog Hop! The winner for our Mini Scrap Grid interfacing is kquilt17. I have emailed to notify them of their name being drawn. I hope you will join us again for a future Blog Hop!
Today’s blogger is Annette Ornelas from Southwind Designs. She is blogging about a tool that is very close to my heart, as I am the designer! It is the Bias Binding Simplified Ruler by Creative Grids. Hop on over to Annette’s blog to see what the commotion is all about! http://southwindinspirations.blogspot.com
Today’s blogger is Susan Emery. She is the designer for Swirly Girls Designs. Her took to blog about is the Creative Grids Kite Plus Ruler. I actually just used this ruler too in working on a Row by Row Shop Hop quilt. Read all about her notion in her blog post. Just click the link […]
Today’s blogger is Laura Blanchard. She is the designer for Plum Tree Quilts. She is blogging about the Red Sew Glasses. Please hop on over to her blog to read what it is all about! Laura’s blog is: http://plumtreequilts.wordpress.com/
Celine Perkins of Perkins Dry Goods is our blogger for today. She is reviewing Corner Cutter Tool for Fast Flying Geese which she found at Quilt Market in Pittsburg this spring. The link to her blog is: http://www.perkinsdrygoods.com/blog/
Today’s blogger is Brenda Miller of Among Brenda’s Quilts. The tool she is blogging about today is Lumitask Sew lite. Hop on over to her blog to see what all the commotion is about! Brenda’s link to her blog: http://amoungbrendasquilts.com/
Today’s blogger is Debbie Wendt from Wendt Quilting. She is reviewing a binding tool she found at Spring Market 2014 in Pittsburg. Let’s hop on over to her blog to see what the commotion is about! Link to Debbie’s blog: http://debbiewendt.wordpress.com/
Today’s Notion Commotion Blogger is Kate Colleran of Seams Like a Dream. She is reviewing a sewing guide found at Spring Quilt Market 2014 in Pittsburg. Let’s hop on over to her blog to find out what the commotion is about! Click this link to get to Kate’s blog: seamslikeasdream.com/blog
Today’s blogger is Joanne from Fat Quarter Gypsy. She is reviewing binding clips she found at Spring Market 2014! Let’s hop on over to her blog to read all about them! Click on the link below: Fat Quarter Gypsy
Do you like little things? I love miniature things! Anything that is normally large reproduced in a tiny size just gets me smiling and feeling all warm and fuzzy. (See below for my collection of tiny cooking pots and a chance to win a free panel of the Mini Scrap Grid!) I like to […]
Today’s Notion Commotion Blogger is Kris Poor, of Poor House Quilt Designs. Her notion to blog about today is Dritz Soft Grip Tweezers. Let’s hop on over to her blog, to find out what the commotion is about! Click on this link to go to Kris’s blog: Poor House Designs
I was visiting with Timmesa at Creative Sewing Machines in Mt. Airy, NC this week and she showed me a quilt she has taught as a mystery class using the Honeybell Stars pattern. She had her students create their embroidery at home before class using the background fabric and specified sizes of embroidery to create […]
This quilt was made as a shop sample for The Busy Bea in Chester, VA. They cut their own strips from fabric in the store and used blue as the lightning and yellow as the background. The layout is the same as the pattern with the exception of adding the half-square triangles all the way […]
I love this new fabric from Blank! There is every element a quilter loves-large print, medium print and small print, and light value, medium value and dark value to make it interesting. Stay tuned to be able to purchase this pattern. It is being printed by July!!
While teaching at Wish Upon a Quilt last week, one of my students, Janet W. shared this cute bag made using Anything But Boring‘s pattern for the Zip ‘N Tote bag. She used Quilting Treasures focus fabric and Michael Miller fabric for the handles.
Would you like to make this quilt? Would you like some fabric to help you get started? Read to the end of this post to see how you can receive it! A friend of mine became a U.S. citizen last year. I wanted to make her a red, white and blue […]
Here is the Two Hour Tulip in two different fabrics, found in two different states.. My friend Kris was recently in Omaha, Nebraska and saw this purse made up in Nebraska fabric. Isn’t that cute? She saw it at the store Country Sampler.Here is their link: http://www.countrysampleronline.com/ My daughter-in law, Juli Pope, found this at her […]
Have you made anything from the new “pleathers” that are out now? I have used leather to make a purse before (see previous blog post dated July 24, 2010) but have just tried the new fake leather fabric. When teaching at Sew Much Fun in Columbus, Georgia, (website http://www.sewmuchfunincolumbus.com/) a few weeks ago, the class was […]