Monthly Archives: March 2011

Infinite Variety 3 Centuries of Red & White Quilts!

Thanks to Joanna Semel Rose and her very generous husband Daniel, The American Folk Art Museum was able to exhibit 650 red and white quilts from her collection at The Park Avenue Armory Wade Thompson Drill Hall. Admission is free … Continue reading

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Congrats to Bon Vivant Giveaway Winners!

Check out Thanks to Ryan Walsh and The Fat Quarter Shop for featuring my Bon Vivant collection and organizing the giveaway of my accessory set, wine & cheese tote, and fabric swatches. Congrats to winners Wendy, Sharon, Jen, and … Continue reading

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Paris Potholder!

Here’s a new idea for sewing with my Bon Vivant fabrics from Windham! If you’d prefer an oven mitt we have one a few posts back. This is a bit more simple and makes a cute hostess gift – or … Continue reading

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Bon Vivant Eiffel Tower Block & Quilt!

See how beautiful my Bon Vivant fabrics from Windham look in this 12″ x 12″ Windblown Star block layout! Or maybe you’d prefer trying it in the teal, choclate, and camel colorway? Here’s our plan for a lively twin quilt … Continue reading

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Bon Vivant Sleep Mask..

Tired of trying to sleep when there’s too much light (on planes, trains, or in the backseat of a car)? Maybe an eyemask would help a la “Holly Go Lightly”. For the main area we used my Bon Vivant accessories … Continue reading

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