Lisa made this 35” square baby blanket using the Project Dovetail collection from Michael Miller Fabrics. The pattern is just one block repeated and turned different directions. The back is an all over cotton gray butterfly print. For the binding, we used left over scraps from the charm pack.
We cut our own 5” x 5” charm packs of the collection with our Accuquilt. Other charm packs bundles are for sale! Each includes 48 squares that makes putting a quilt together a breeze! Streamline your creative process with precuts. Looking for a little more fabric than 5” squares? We also have jelly rolls and fat quarter bundles of this collection available in our store.
JoAnne made this bag for her grandmother who graduated in the 50's. She’s part of the reunion committee for her graduating class. They make sure to have a reunion yearly. Now she has something to carry around her reunion planning paperwork in!
This is the tote that we use as a first project for our sewing class. It’s size is good for carrying projects in but can also hold paperwork without being too big/bulky.The white trim is actually elastic that was carefully sewed flat. The inside features a double pocket on one side and a zipper pocket on the other.
Measuring Tape Lanyards
We whipped up some quick lanyards the other day. Our current ones looked a little worn out so we wanted to make something new! After exploring our large ribbon selection, we decided on using measuring tape ribbon. Functional and cute?! Can’t beat that! Now we’ll never need to worry about not having a tape measure on us!
The yellow measuring tape has 3/4 inch black hem tape on the back and the beige one has 7/8 inch blue grosgrain ribbon on the back. We used approximately a yard of each ribbon per lanyard.