Fun Pendants made by Art Under Glass
I have several favorite Etsy shops and Art Under Glass is one of them.
You may remember last year I purchased several of these pendants for girlfriends, and now I’ve found this one which is perfect for my Halloween festivities. I think it will go nicely with my “Wicked Witch” costume, don’t you think?
Becky’s pendants are well made and beautiful and very reasonable priced. If you’re like me, you’ll want several because….well, because it’s fun. And she will make custom sayings for you (which I’ve done several times)….so you can get exactly what you want. So great! Support an American craftswoman!
Happy quilting….and prepping for Halloween!
And how cute is this fabric twine? Pretty cute, I’d say! And while I’d like to take credit for this incredible invention, I….alas….cannot. One of my friends sent me this fabric twine tutorial by My Poppet and it instantly resonated with me.
So I started making some because goodness knows I have a FEW scraps. (Hence the Scrapalicious Class people! Yes, it’s for me as well as you!) And pretty soon I had a huge ball of twine.
But me, being me….I had to find a way to “liven up” the presentation of the twine on the spool, so I got some jewelry wire spools from my friend Kathy at Moon Silver Studio and I was off to the races into my studio. I fashioned a cute cushioned top for the spool and am planning to make a cute round label to put on the bottom. Well everything just has to be cute, right? Then I wind about 4-5 yards of the fabric twine on the spool and it becomes just the cutest gift EVER! (OK, tired of me saying, “cute” yet?) I’m even thinking of making some to list on my Etsy Shop page.
This fabric twine tutorial will be the focus of my next Scrapalicious Class coming up on Thursday, September 11th at Our Sewing Room in Springfield. So if the twine moves you, come on down and learn how!
And here are some ideas on how to use fabric twine from all of you:
1. Using them in the garden to tie up vines
2. Braiding them together for bag handles
3. Wrapping packages
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I now have two Kona Solids for sale on my website! They are only $8.00 a yard plus shipping. At the moment, I’m only carrying two colors, but if the response is good, I will start adding colors.
Solids are good for almost every project. And if you put them on the back of your quilt, and use lots of fun threads and quilting patterns, you have a really cool reversible quilt! Like this one….