Tag Archives: Fiber Arts

Valentine’s Day mug rug

Mug rugs are one of my favorite ways to use small scraps of fabric.  Rather than save them for a big project, I like to use them right away.  Here’s the latest one. I want to try this same technique … Continue reading

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Unique crocheted flower

I’m not sure I should call this a flower.  It looks more like something that belongs on the bottom of the sea.  This is what happened when I tried making some crocheted coasters from a tea dyed t-shirt. I don’t … Continue reading

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Quilting news from Country By Design

I’ve been gone about as much as I’ve been home recently, but I have been working on a couple of projects. This is the duffel bag that I made from the pattern and fabric that I picked up while I … Continue reading

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Source for homespun fabrics

Once upon a time, I used homespun fabrics and natural muslin for a lot of my place mats and table runners.  Don’t know where I got off track!  Anyway, I was cleaning out a drawer in my desk and came … Continue reading

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Suppertime and I’m not cooking!

I need to get to the kitchen, but I want to get this posted first.  We are in line for some severe weather later which will mean no computer.  I did a lot of computer work today, getting the mini … Continue reading

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Finally finished!

I finally finished the table runner that I have been talking about forever!  See what you think.  I like the way it turned out. Now to get it listed on Etsy!

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How-to: Rag quilting – Choosing fabric and getting started

Even though most of this information is already available on the web, there are a few things that I have learned by trial and error that make the rag quilting process easier.  If you can cut a straight line and … Continue reading

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