A little over 3 years ago, right about when I started this blog, I met a very nice woman who was also a new quilt blogger named Heidi Staples. To this day, Heidi remains one of my quilty/blogging BFF's - we talk often and despite the fact that we live on opposite coasts, we were even able to meet in person a couple of years ago when I was on the west coast for a few days.
However, even if Heidi was not a good friend of mine, I would still love her new book - Sew Organized for the Busy Girl: Tips to Make the Most of Your Time & Space 23 Quick & Clever Sewing Projects You'll Love
Her book is full of amazing projects, wonderful advice, neat tips and tricks, and, well, it is just overall inspiring! Heidi also includes a few tips from some other sewing bloggers - including a little bit from me :)
I haven't been sewing much recently but after seeing the dotty hexagon pillow in Heidi's book, I now know what I want to make with these epp hexagons I made, um, possibly two years ago, um, maybe, hm, could they have been sitting around unused that long, hmm. Anyway, the pillow is the perfect project for using these. I think I need to make a few more for variety but eventually . . .
|photo from Sew Organized for the Busy Girl|
March 30 - Lynne of Lily's Quilts
April 6 - Jodi of Tales of Cloth & Angela of Cut to Pieces
April 13 - Lindsay of Craft Buds & Debbie of A Quilter's Table
April 20 - Leanne of She Can Quilt
April 27 - Fat Quarter Shop
May 4 - Erin of Why Not Sew?
May 11 - Jennifer of Ellison Lane Quilts
May 18 - Svetlana of SOTAK Handmade
May 25 - Lucy of Charm About You
June 1 - Maureen of Maureen Cracknell Handmade
June 8 - Becca of Bryan House Quilts
June 15 - Beth of Plum & June
June 22 - Jessica of Quilty Habit
June 29 - Caroline of Sew Can She
July 6 - Heidi of Fabric Mutt (Tour Wrap!)
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Loved your use of Liberty fabrics!ReplyDelete
I know that I would love this book, thanks for sharing about it.ReplyDelete