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I made this fun little needlebook about a year ago when Sunny Day hosted a Needlebook Sew Along. It's pretty cute and easy to stitch up! I hope this tutorial inspires you to make your own Sunny Clamshell Needlebook #sunnyclamshellneedlebook Clamshell Exterior Template Clamshell 2.25" Template    Materials: Variety of fabrics for the clamshells Quilters Template Plastic or cardboard to make clamshell template Muslin of light colored solid fabric for the foundation (8" X 8") Felt Small piece of Vinyl for a pocket 8" X 8" fabric for lining 8" X 8" batting 1 yard of bias binding  Snap or...

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I am well into the quilting phase of my Norah Quilt! Yayyyy! Here is a link to my tips for hand quilting with perle: Hand Quilting   And, please, watch Sarah Fielke's video for fabulous tips and superb hand quilting technique. You can find the video here:  Sarah Fielke Hand Quilting  Happy Stitching!  

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The idea for a Sunny Log Cabin Sew Along took root with the desire to put together another single block log cabin, similar to the one I made for the baby Norah.  A few friends wanted to join in on the sewing,and before long we had the makings of a Sew Along! But what a perfect Sew Along! The log cabin is an old block, dating back to the time of the Civil War. In fact, the block likely was to pay homage to the humble beginnings of Abraham Lincoln. It's an easy block to sew, and, very often, the...

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We are tickled to be able to share the fun things the Sunny Gals have been stitching with Little Red In The Woods. Little Red is the latest collection from Jill Howarth, Zippyboro, for Riley Blake.  As the name suggests, its all about Little Red Riding Hood....including grandma and the big bad wolf! We had several projects in the works with this collection! All for gifting! And isn't that the most satisfying excuse to sew?  First up was a Prettified Pincushion using Aymi's pattern from the book, Patchwork Please! I have made more of these pincushions than I can count,...

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  Holiday making adds an extra spark to our special celebrations This year why not deck your halls by stitching up some cones with out of the ordinary Christmas colors and cheerful pom-poms? Christmas Cones are a fun addition to the holiday tree, window sill, or fireplace mantle. And this project is fast and easy enough to get the kids involved in all the Merry Making! Simply pop in a candy cane or small gift, and your season is bound to be merry and bright!   Materials List: Christmas Candy Cone Garland Template 1 piece of fabric for the exterior, 12"...

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