How to Dress a Dragon: Part 3

Last step! And the most intense. It’s time to wing it! Except not wing it in the traditional sense because that would be failure. At least for me. Anyway! I am always happy to support fellow designers, which is what I did for the Gremlin’s wings. I used a pattern called Wife-Made Dragon Wings, which
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How to Dress a Dragon: Part 2

I’m a big fan of dress up, but I’m also a big fan of multi-use makes. For the Gremlin’s Halloween costume, I wanted to make him a dragon hat that could double as his winter hat. I found this FREE, that’s right it’s a freebie, pattern from Purl Soho. Click here to download your copy.
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Conifer

Conifer! Conifer! Conifer! I had this idea to make pine cones last year when I put together the Gremlin’s Christmas stocking. When I started it, the strips were too tiny, you couldn’t see the fabric, and I was worried it looked like piles of (reindeer poop). I also didn’t have it separated out into blocks;
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Yonder Quilt Along: Row 11

I am so excited that we are finally on the short rows! Rows 1-10 didn’t seem that long, but after blasting through Row 11 they seem gigantic. Row 11 is another ladder row, so simple and quick is the name of the game. I had a fat quarter of the green manta rays from Zuma,
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Yonder Quilt Along: Row 9 & 10

I knew it was going to happen eventually; even with the casual pace of a new row every two weeks I was bound to fall behind. Row 9, another row of Arch blocks, was it. Ah well. That’s why we like to keep it casual. I used a green with touches of pink from Tula’s
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