We made some samples up to show off our new QT Fabrics baby bib panel. Each panel comes with 6 animals. You can make either 3 or 6 bibs depending on whether you back them with each other (to make them reversible) or not. Instructions are included for sewing them both ways.
We decided to use soft, yellow terry cloth which makes them durable and gives them a little weight. Plus, terry cloth is very absorbent! Pearl snaps give a nice, finished look and make it easy to put them on and take them off. These would make a great Christmas gift for the little one in your life!
Pocket Wall Hanging
The 2017 calendar by Northcott Fabrics has the cutest sayings. We couldn't resist using them for a wall hanging. Whether it's for a sewing room or a kids room, this versatile organizer provides plenty storage space that's readily accessible. The calendar hangs from a button that can easily be changed out monthly. The middle piece is chalkboard fabric that can be used for to-do lists, project notes, upcoming events, or daily reminders.
Includes a banner and a pocket wall-hanging.
Flight of Fancy
Our new Flight of Fancy collection is a real eye-catcher! This 42" x 58" quilt was made using various coordinating fabrics from the collection to border the main center panel.
Green Lace Skirt
Adriana made this green lace skirt lined with coordinating fabric. The wide elastic waist band provides a polished look and ensures a perfect fit!
Adriana made this moon quilt for her son's space themed room using three shades of Kona Cotton and Northcott's Stonehenge in shades of gray for the back. The crescent and craters are done with heat-'n bond light and then zig-zag stitched. It came together rather quickly and we think the little guy likes it! It is reversible moon fun!
Galaxy Cat Dress
This dress is out of this world! It's made by one of our customers with Timeless Treasures fabrics and a McCall's pattern.
Chunky Yarn Scarves
We love our Softee Chunky yarn by Bernat. It's perfect for the winter season. We whipped up each of these infinity scarves in less than 2 hours using 2 skeins of yarn. The regular scarves took a little bit longer to make and used 3 skeins of yarn. These would make great, affordable Christmas gifts!