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On Another Note 2

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Hi all and welcome to - On Another Note!, where I share some things I found this week that I hope you might like too! It is snowing and cold here! Hope your warm wherever you are or your cozy by a fire. I found this great free crop top every teen would love at Camelot Fabrics!
http://camelotfabrics.com/pdf/2015-spring-collections/A-019_GWE-G.pdf
You can find Camelot Fabric double gauze fabrics at Camelot Cottons House Designer - Nordic Double Gauze Fabric Collection or any other double gauze will do.I really love to read Jacquelynne's Newsletters on her blog she has a .pdf for a lovely mug rug Valentine's Day Mug Rug - Jacquelynne Steves and did I say - FreeWanna have some fun for Valentines check out what me and @craftyrie are up to CraftyRie: How about a VAL? You can make anything fabric, paper, even sticks we don't care!Looking for the Nuts About ? Blog Hop Post - click hereIn The Boon Docks: Nuts About ? Blog HopStill going on over atSeams To Be Sewand Giveaways everyday!

Nuts About ? Blog Hop and Giveaway

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I have always loved a good blog hop and this is a great one so far! Nuts About ? was thought up by Marian of Seams To Be Sew! She is such a sweet hostess. Thank you Marian for all your hard work. I spent a great deal of time thinking about what I am nuts about! My family (yes, but not for a hop), I truly love pincushions, but I really do have a thing for pillows!I am Nuts for - PillowsDon't you just love Charlie Harper! I do! Sometimes a print is just to perfect to cut up. Do a little straight line quilting and make pretty pillows for your couch. The lighting in my house was bad today, so out on the lawn for photos.
Here are a few I have made over the last 8 months! Great way to practice invisible zippers!
Making couch cushions kind of brightens up a room! Holidays is just one reason to make a pillow or two!
Even the neck pillow got recovered! Love the blue roses by Cotton + Steel! It is removeable.
These were all made using Lori Holt patterns from her book, Farm Girl Vintage (I am nu…