I tackled my first zippered pouch on Friday. I was so nervous because I haven’t sewn with zips in ages. But it worked out just fine! I used this great tutorial over at Flossie Teacakes with the addition of linen piecing along the bottom (coupled with Leaves | Sky from My Happy Nursery) and a handy lip balm pocket on the interior- because no matter how small the bag I always lose my lip balm!
I’ve been planning some baby gifts lately and I must say, My Happy Nursery couldn’t’ve come at a better time! After doing a dry run on this simple and stylishly contoured burp cloth, I thought to share the project with you. I made these 4 in under an hour, so it’s a fast, practical but fun, last minute project, too.
Gina’s busy crunching numbers with the official inventory tally, but it’s more than apparent that My Happy Nursery is our most anticipated and popular collections to date. It’s flying out of the warehouse! Lucky for me I had a few yards of all the prints to make samples for market… otherwise I’d be in a pickle for additional projects and giveaways.
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Beautiful ruffled (or would you say pleated?) pillows in the blues from My Happy Nursery. Another brilliant interpretation of my scratchy notes by Jaclyn.
Look for these at Quilt Market!
We have double the exposure in this cool double issue by the newly launched Mark Lipinski’s Fabric Trends. This flip/flop issue has two magazines in one: The project/editorial on one side and the fabric gallery on the other.
Newly released for an October delivery. My Happy Nursery is a spin off of our popular Flock and Speckle prints from My Happy Garden. After many requests to rerun them, we decided to give it a go and add a few new prints and the color pink to the assortment.