Tablet Shoulder Bag from ‘On the Go Bags’

Hello, and welcome to visitors from the On the Go Bags blog tour! When Janelle and I started this process of writing a book together from two different countries, we had a vision in mind. We contacted some of our favorite bag pattern designers to see if they could see themselves as a part of…
Hello, and welcome to visitors from the On the Go Bags blog tour! When Janelle and I started this process of writing a book together from two different countries, we had a vision in mind. We contacted some of our favorite bag pattern designers to see if they could see themselves as a part of…
Are you getting ready for the holidays? I wanted to share with you some little fabric gift bags I whipped up with an easy drawstring bag tutorial by my friend Veronica! If you enjoy sewing more than you like wrapping presents, you’ll want to make several of these to have around the house. This adorable…
Dear sewing friends, Today, I’d like to say thank you for using your talents to inspire others and bring joy to those in need! I always knew that sewing people were the most generous bunch, but it’s a great reminder to see those finished NICU charity smocks arriving on my doorstep day after day. So,…
   Indiana . . . You’re like a warm hug. The Hoosier state. It’s where I went to college and dedicated my twenties to making a home. Though I’m a Tennessean now (who grew up in Ohio), Indiana is the place I met some of my dearest friends. A place where questions were asked, and others…
The first week in June, I spent 3 days in Fenton, Missouri at Baby Lock’s headquarters for their Common Threads event. I can’t wait to tell you more about my time there! But first, a cute baby… This adorable little gal belongs to another Lindsay. It was fun to see her squishy cheeks every day,…
  Have you noticed the awesome Low Volume Plus Swap blocks people have been posting on Instagram? I had no idea when I started this swap that the response would be so awesome, with more than 150 sign-ups! Here are some of the 49 blocks I’ve made so far for the swap. I started with…
My friend Sara sent me some of her brand new Fantasia fabric that she designed for Art Gallery, and I couldn’t resist stitching up a comfy tee and pajama pants for Elliot!   This T-shirt uses the print Miniature Hills in Metal, and I used a pattern from the book One-Yard Little Wonders. Just like…
  About 18 months ago, I designed patchwork curtains to appear in a book and hang in Elliot’s nursery.  The theme of the book was any projects made from fat quarters, so I utilized my easy Half-Square Triangles (8 at a time) method to maximize the number of patchwork pieces from each fat quarter. Of…
These bright and happy floor pillows were sewn with Ann Kelle’s Remix fabrics and Robert Kaufman’s Kona Cotton Solids. Though I first met Kelle at Houston Quilt Market, she actually lives down the street from me. Isn’t it a small world? When Kelle asked if I would sew some assorted floor pillows for a photo…

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