• Old Fashioned

    I still love using vintage reproduction prints in my Christmas projects.

    There is such a warm feeling to these muted colors and small scale patterns

    These will make great ornaments. Each round is part of a vintage Christmas ball.
  • Socks Two At A Time

    Also known as TAAT socks.

    I have serious one sock syndrome, so I thought I would give taat socks a try.

    I started these socks over a year ago and they still aren't done...Safe to say that I may not be cut out for sock production.
  • Felt Stars

    It is amazing how easy it is to make star ornaments with a little felt, floss and stuffing.

    Not to mention pinking shears.

    The finishing touches come with white felt snowflake cutouts sewn and embroidered.
  • Sew Your Own Shoulder Bag

    This is a great class, I'm your teacher!

    Sign up on Skillshare for one free month and take my class Sew Your Own Handbag.

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  • Ornaments

    Glass ornaments can be so much fun to fill.

    Glittery snow, block letters and bright red string.

    You can add all kinds of little details to make them your own.
  • Cats and Quilts

    Cats love quilts as much as people.

    It might have something to do with how cuddly quilts are. Daisy loves to be covered up and will stay there all day. When I lay a quilt top out on the floor she is ready to pounce!

    This quilt was made using Electric Quilt 6
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Hi...I'm Karen

Thank you for visiting. Feel free to leave comments and ask questions. Sewing, Knitting and Quilting are my favorite crafts to talk about.
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