"Woven" Fabric Pincushion

22 Feb 2013

                              

                 Hi, this is Nancy from prims and proper a little shop on ETSY. I make sweet girly stuff for your home and your favorite dog. I am very happy to be teaching again for Riley Blake Designs. Today we are going to be using the Little Red Riding Hood collection by Tasha Noel. When I first saw this fabric, I thought it was adorable. I knew the colors and the size of the prints would work well for the design of my pincushion.                               As a little girl, I loved making potholders for my Grandmothers by using stretchy strips of fabric ... ...read more

Catch me if you can!

18 Feb 2013

Hello, everyone! This is Denise Russell from Pieced Brain. Check out the qui
On the Go1

lt I just finished using Riley Blake's On the Go line! I had a blast putting it together, as I kept imagining a little boy sitting on it, playing with his toy cars, trucks, and airplanes... Printer Friendly Version I have prepared a list of all the materials you will need, as well as pictures of every step. The quilt is assembled in columns, not rows, and I also have a picture showing what the columns look like. You will cut squares and rectangles, piece the ... ...read more

Animal Pin Cushion

15 Feb 2013

Hello, I am Laura from SunFlowerFreckles. My daughter Miranda (8yrs old) got her first sewing machine from Grandma this past Christmas. To show how simple you can make a Pin Cushion I had her help me make one for her new machine. We picked out the Mystique line from Riley Blake since we both love the black and white. Supplies needed:  Coordinating Fabric, 2 – 3 Buttons, Floss or Thread, Needle, and Stuffing
Face Cut

Find a round object to trace for the face of your animal; we used an empty butter container. Trace two circles on your fabric and cut them out ... ...read more

Necklace Box Pin Cushion

08 Feb 2013

Main Tut Photo

Printer Friendly Instructions Course Instructor: Stacy Olson of Freshly Handmade Hi! I'm Stacy of Freshly Handmade and I am so glad to bring you this great pin cushion tutorial that is not only easy, but super functional. I wanted to create a pin cushion that would also carry the essential notions needed for when I am hand-sewing quilt binding. I hope you take a stab at one of your own. MATERIALS REQUIRED RILEY BLAKE FABRIC: (a)  small dots red - 3" W x 5.25" H (b)  small dots orange - 1.5" W x 5.25" H (c)  small dots ... ...read more

UFO to GO ~ Portable Design Wall

05 Feb 2013

UFO to GO!
UFO-to-Go

Made with Riley Blake Designs' Cotton Laminate fabric and "Sew Together" notions  by Deonn Stott of Quiltscapes ~~~   What's a UFO?  "Un-Finished Object"... or maybe an "Un-Fulfilled Opportunity"?  I think you are going to love making this quick portable design wall!   Use this project to lay out quilt blocks or store supplies for any work in progress. Fabric sticks to the fleece lining and stays put when rolled up in the laminate cover.  It's the perfect size for a tableside workspace next to your sewing machine, or grab and go to a class or retreat!   Supplies ... ...read more

Flower Pincushion

01 Feb 2013

My name is Randi and I blog at Dukes and Duchesses.  I'm so happy to share a fun pincushion tutorial today. My girls are learning to sew and I decided to make them a cute little flower pincushion to use.  My kids love spaces for treasures so this pincushion has a fun little pocket sewn to the back to hold small instructions or a packet of needles. Printer Friendly Version
flower pincushion

Supplies you'll need: flower template {I drew my own: a simple circle about 7 inches wide and a petal} up to 4 coordinating fabric pieces, depending how much ... ...read more

Super Quick, Super Cute, Super Star-Baby Blocks

28 Jan 2013


Hello all you crafty people! This is Jessica from MamaJama Quilts. I am excited to be able to post this follow up tutorial! Last Monday we made the Super Quick, Super Cute, Super Star Baby Quilt. Today I get to show you the coordinating toy baby block. I am located in Layton, Utah where we are in the middle of our inversion season with an ice storm on top of that. That means we haven't seen the sun in days, and it is freezing cold outside. The positive part is I get to stay in where it's nice ... ...read more

In love pincushion

25 Jan 2013

Hello I am Nati and I blog over at Nati’s Little Things. Today I would like to share with you the “In love” pincushion.
Pincushion

I made this pincushion using fabrics from the Sweetest Thing collection from Riley Blake, I used a few of the fabrics in the collection, but if you are up for making one, make sure you check out all the fabric in this collection, it is adorable. In addition I made a matching needle case for my sewing room. It is a very handy needle case with pockets to carry things around. You can find the ... ...read more

Super Quick, Super Cute, Super Star!

21 Jan 2013

finished product

Hello there! I am Jessica from MamaJama Quilts. I can hardly wait to share with you this quick and cute project. Using precut fabrics makes this project fun and easy. With most of the cutting already done, and such a large selection of fabrics in one packet of 5" stackers this scrappy look comes together with little effort. Riley Blake fabric lines assure that your project will coordinate. A note about precut 5" stackers. Each stack includes one of each print from that line. Because each line of fabric is unique some stacks may have more or less squares than ... ...read more

The Cube Pincushion

18 Jan 2013

Hello!  My name is Vicki and I blog over at Quilting Lodge.  I'm super excited to be able to share my pincushion, The Cube, with all of you today.  Seriously.  I can barely contain myself!  I do feel the need to warn you that this tutorial is picture heavy.  I just couldn't get around sharing a lot of pictures to help explain the process.  Enjoy!
The Cube Pincushion

Click here for a printer friendly version. I decided to stray from the "normal" pincushion filler and used a non-traditional smooth foam cube.  Don't worry, you can find these at your local ... ...read more
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