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creativebug’s photo: ...and Part 1 of our Fabric Design Series in collaboration with @spoonflower and featuring @lizzyhouse, @heatherrossinsta and @dsquilts is live! Run, don't walk, and watch it right now. We're even streaming it in the office. Link in profile. #fabricdesign #creativebug

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Handy Hints

Interesting. I don't use fabric softener since I switched to Watkins but this looks pretty cool.

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FOUR BLACK CATS AND FRIENDS QUILT pattern Try black, navy,green, multi, etc


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This is a yo-yo covered pumpkin .It was a custom order for an Etsy customer. I just love yo-yos, don't you? The pumpkin itself is a large yo-yo that's been stuffed and then covered. The smaller yo-yos are attached with thread and a little fabric glue.

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DIY Toddler Birthday Shirt with HTV and Fabric Appliqué

How to Cut Fabric and Make a No-Sew Appliqué| Where The Smiles Have Been

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Learn How to Sew with Knits

You know how it’s always about the details. And, when sewing with knits, the details really matter. Learn about those details and why they they make a difference. The Seasoned Homemaker

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How to throw a gorgeous barnyard wedding that’s both elegant and rustic

I could do a barn wedding...

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Harry Potter Custom Mouse Ears

Harry Potter.... enough said. These ears are covered in a Potter-TASTIC printed fabric completed with Swarovski accented Golden Snitches. They are

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