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Jan 6, 2016

Catching up...

Jan 6, 2016
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Every year, I stress out about the holidays AND the launch of a new Block of the Month Club during December.  Now that it's January and all of the chaos is past, I can breathe a sigh of relief.  Kiddos are back to school, BOM has kicked off... it's time to settle into prime sewing time - WINTER!  As if to remind me, the mild fall we had was immediately booted.  It's a pleasant 12 degrees this morning, and perfect weather to hunker down and sew.

I'm planning a few new quilts for this winter.  I can't wait to pull some fabric stacks.

But first, I wanted to put together a little Make-n-Take Kit for the Book Signing events I have coming up in the next few months.  I've been working on these Greeting Cards with fabric scraps.  They are no-sew - just fusible web.  So quick and fun!  They use a couple of the quilt blocks from Sister Sampler Quilts.  These will make great birthday cards or thank yous.  Whatever they need to be! Pin It

3 comments:

  1. Your cards are perfect! I'm curious, how did you keep the cardstock from warping/curling from the heat of your iron? Would you be willing to share your technique?

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    1. Glad you like the cards! I do not have any secret technique. Perhaps it is in the quality of the card stock. I had no trouble with warping on the cards. I pressed the Heat'n'Bond lite fusible web for about 8 seconds for each piece. The envelopes didn't fair as well, but it all still looks cute. The cards really came out perfect.

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