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Projects 2018
Wine gift bags
Ringing in the new year with some champagne fabric! Jackie made this reversible wine bag to jazz up a bottle she brought to her in-law’s house. This fabric is versatile enough that it can be used for other special occasions as well.

Pillow Covers
JoAnne’s grandfather requested that she make him another cover for his favorite head pillow that he uses while watching TV. By the looks of the previous cover, it surely gets a lot of use. (haha) She couldn’t decide between this flannel combo or a fishing themed one, so she decided to make both! They came together quickly and we think the zippers give them a finished look. 
Pillow measures 14" x 18" and 14" coordinating brown/black zippers were used.

Eagles pet bandanas
Who wore it better? 
Jackie made a couple of Eagles bandanas for our furry friends to wear while they watched the Super Bowl. Aren’t they such little models?
Both were made from 100% cotton material and lined with coordinating dark geometric dot fabric. Each measures 7" x 12" at the widest points. Double fold bias tape was used to make simple ties. One was embellished with white ric rac while the other featured a white, scalloped lace trim.

McCall's long sleeve dress
Lisa made the dress below using a McCall's pattern with a 
stretch knit fabric. She chose to make it long sleeves but used narrow elastic to ruche the bottom of the sleeves up her wrist. It was the perfect print and color for the winter wedding she attended. Even Ophelia (our dressform) looked great in it.

Eagles pillowcases & blanket
These items were made for a local family's fundraiser. 
The basket was stuffed with a few Eagles goodies made by Jo. It included a throw (approx. 54" x 60") and two pillow cases. The throw was made of fleece and lined with wide-back flannel. The pillowcases are 100% cotton with coordinating prints.

Mod Monsters
These cute little guys were made up using the 
Mod Monsters panel from Quilting Treasures. They go together pretty quickly with easy to follow directions and a few notions. All you need is matching thread, some stuffing, and Poly-pellets (or something similar) to add weight to the bottom and feet. This helps the monsters sit up. The bellies were stitched around using batting to create a little dimension. Most of the sewing can be done by machine. The eyes were the only hand-sewn item put on at the end of the project. We turned our monsters into martians by putting them in front of our new Out of this World fabric collection.

Picture Pals
The picture pals are a quick panel project featuring a duck, bunny, and bear. Each stands at approximately 8 1/2" high with a 3x4" clear vinyl frame on the front. Other than the panel, you will need a few other notions that include ribbon, buttons for the eyes, stuffing, and poly pellets. They have easy to follow instructions making this a great gift idea for a child in your life. They would be perfect to feature a photo of a relative for the baby to look at!

Bunny Bowling

This Bunny Bowling Panel is a quick 
project that would make a good gift for Easter. Grab a ball and use them as bowling bunnies or split them up as individual gifts. Each panel comes with 6 unique bunnies. We stuffed ours with Poly-fil and put a little bag of Poly-pellets in the bottom to help them stand up.

Oasis Make-up Bag
Jackie made this cute makeup bag from our Oasis collection. The 
gold vinyl on the bottom is soft enough to sew easily but sturdy enough to give the bag structure. The color picks up on some of the gold undertones in the fabric. We just love the pop of color in the lining and her handmade piping!

Tea Time Placemat & Napkin Set
Each kit includes a 2 placemat and napkin sets. 
Original pattern; designed and sewn by Lisa Mainiero.
Kits available: $24.98

Polar Pals Pillow Case
Pillow case kits available! 
its come with everything pre-cut to the exact dimensions needed. Sewing is the only thing that needs to be done. This 
project is a quick and easy project great for beginners. 
We used a french seam technique on our pillowcase to hide the inside raw edges. Pillows can also be finished using a serger or a zig-zag stitch.
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