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Thursday, January 12, 2017

Quilt as you go with ThermOWeb and Jen Jangles Fabrics

Happy New Year Therm O Web fans.  This is Jenifer here with you today to share a fun quilt I made using the wonderful Jen Jangles fabrics and an easy QAYG block.  In December I started getting a little overwhelmed with all of my unfinished projects sitting in boxes. There were a few of these blocks in there because I was trying out a new technique then other assignments and projects got in the way and there it sat.  I knew I wanted to start the year off with a clean slate.  I finished 1 project a week and had 4 finished quilts to show for it and to give as gifts, Win Win.  My Daughter has claimed this one as her Movie Quilt to snuggle in and watch movies.
I make a lot of projects through the year and I end up with a lot of scrap pieces of StitchNSew Sew in Fleece.  I don't like to throw away the larger pieces but I didn't know what do do with them either.  My solution was Quit as you Go (QAYG).  Maureen Cracknell has an awesome tutorial on how to get started.  My blocks finish at 9" and the sashing is 2".  This quilt is not very big and it is a perfect lap quilt size and a completely manageable project for a new technique.
Tip: Taking a picture of your blocks can help you see the big picture to find out if any of the same colors are touching. Snapping a few pictures can help with placement and also if you need to clean up your area you can easily put everything back into place.

Quilting 9" blocks is a lot easier than quilting a whole quilt, when I was ready to layer I used my SprayNBond Basting spray to hold the back in place and quilted 1/4" on each side of my sashing and my quilt was done.
Supplies used:

Friday, December 16, 2016

Christmas Ornament-TOW

Hi, this is Jenifer here with you today to share this fun ornament that I made using the Heat N Bond Transfer Sheets.  I love how it turned out and I think I will be making a set of them to go up on my tree.

Isn't she pretty, I got this free image from Ephemeras Vintage Garden and just knew she was the destined to be an ornament.
Gather supply: HeatNBond Inkjet Transfer Sheets, Printed Image, scissors, Iron and Fabric.

Place the image face down on the fabric and Iron using a high setting and applying a little pressure.  While still hot, remove the paper backing and you will have a beautiful image on your fabric.

This is the image once the backing has been removed.  *One thing to note is that you must use an inkjet printer or your image won't transfer over successfully.  Now you are good to either decorate your image or leave it as it is. 

I used some vintage lace and flowers to dress up my ornament, the possibilities are endless.

Supplies Used:
Olislo Iron
May Arts Ribbons

Thank you so much for taking a look at my project today and I wish you and your family the very best over this Holiday Season.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

December Daily-DCWV

Welcome DCWV fans! It’s Jenifer from the DCWV Social Media Design Team! I love December Daily's but I never seem to have enough time to complete them.  So this year I decided to keep it super simple.  I am going to keep this in my bag and I will fill out a tag for each day with thoughts or activities and pictures.  Keeping it low key just might make it work for me.

I found this beautiful Christmas book at a book sale for $.25.  It is a beautiful red and had these beautiful gold embossed holly leaves on the cover.  I wanted to do something special with these and incorporated them into a shaker box.

This book is not very thick so I had to keep everything pretty simple.  To add some texture I created some little pocket pages with some glitter and floating elements.

Each page has a number for each day in December, I cut these out from the All About Christmas stack.  This stack has so many cute designs it was hard just picking out a few fun pages and elements.

Here is a side view.  I just love looking at all the fun goodies poking out.  Keeping my fingers crossed that I can get this book done this year.
Thank you so much for looking at my project today and I hope you have a wonderful Holiday Season.

Supplies Used:
All about Christmas stack DCWV
Ribbons May Arts
Strings Blue Moon Beads
Bow on the Cover from the Gift Decor Stack

Friday, November 18, 2016

Mini Winter Wreath- DCWV and Eileen Hull Hop

Good Morning DCWV fans and Eileen Hull fans.  I am so excited to share my project with you today.  I had this fun mini wreath laying around my craft room for awhile now just waiting for the perfect opportunity to get it decorated.

The new Twist tool from EH makes it easy to twist wires, threads and strings to make awesome projects.

Here is a close up you can see I used some wired strings around the wreath and also for the hanger.  I can't wait to use this tool again, it was so much fun.  I used the new Cranberry Christmas stack and some velvet flowers I had in my stash and the entire project took about 15 minutes.
Thank you so much for stopping by today,
Have a wonderful Holiday Season.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Burlap Christmas Mini Album-DCWV

Welcome DCWV fans! It’s Jenifer from the DCWV Social Media Design Team!  I can't wait to share this fun mini album that I made using the new Cranberry Christmas stack and the Burlap Paper pad.  It always amazes me what a little bit of beautiful paper and ribbons can make such wonderful, beautiful pieces of eye candy.

Peek at all the wonderful goodies on the inside. 

Pages 1 and 2: you could tuck a family picture back behind the fun little bird ornament.

Pages 3 and 4:

Pages 5 and 6:

Pages 7 and 8:
Back: Of course the back had to be cute too :)

Some times you just need to make something beautiful to sit on your table or shelf.  

Cranberry Christmas stack-DCWV
Burlap Paper Pad-DCWV
May Arts Ribbons
Blue Moon Beads

Thank you so much for taking the time to look at my project today I wish you the very best this Holiday Season!

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Quilt Market Projects for the ThermOWeb booth

Hi there Therm O Web fans :)  This is Jenifer here with you today to share the projects that I made for Quilt Market.   Moda was kind enough to send out this beautiful Manderlay fabric for the booth and Wonderfil Threads provided us with some beautiful threads.  I can't wait to see this booth.

My first project is this knit wrap skirt that I did in Alabama Chanin style, with raw edges and hand stitching.  I used the new Soft Stretch interfacing for the waist band and it is beautiful giving some stability but still giving the fabric some movement.  I appliqued these roses to the bottom corner and did some hands stitching with some beautiful Wonderfil thread.  I am so pleased with how the skirt turned out that I can't wait to make some more.

For my second project I made this fun little purse using some Fusible fleece and the awesome fabrics from Moda.  I made a cute flower out of some flannel using the Soft Stretch and it almost turned my flannel pieces into felt give it the stability I needed to make a flower without all of the bulk.  There will definitely be more flannel projects in my future.

For my last project I made a fun hoop showcasing the beautiful Moda fabrics and I couldn't help but add some beautiful Deco Foils to it.  This hoop came together pretty quickly and would look really cute with a couple others that coordinated with it. 

Friday, October 28, 2016

Mini Album with DCWV-Pink and Main Hop

Hi there Welcome to the Pink and Main/ DCWV hop :)
I had so much fun creating the one page album with the beautiful Pink and Main Stamps. 

Here are some close ups.  I hope you have some time to take a look at all of the wonderful projects in the hop.  Here is your next lady :) Pamela