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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The Smorgasblocks: No Y Seam Feathered Star

First up on our delicious Smorgasblock menu is this beauty, the No Y Seam Feathered Star by Jessie Ziegler of Threaded Quilting. Now before you think I’ve gone completely insane and this quilt is going to be way too difficult for you, let me explain. I have never made a feathered star before but this
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Exhibit

Exhibit is another quilt that started out as a design for Andover fabrics. The first version was done out of Lizzy House’s Natural History line.   We knew we couldn’t get the Lizzy House fabric in time to make the quilt for market, so to the stash we went! A stash is a beautiful thing.
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