This year has been a good one. There are though a few posts that are ever popular and for the most part everyone loves. Just in case you missed them- here is a quick review of the top 10 most popular posts for 2015.
Not that the rest of the posts are loosers…. and I hope that you stick around after looking at them to read a bit more and maybe try a new technique or two.
I am totally excited about the coming year and all the ideas I have percolating in the brain– it’s ready to explode with awesome ideas! Not that I’m biased about the awesomeness at all.
Enjoy the posts and I hope you stick around for next year (sign up for email updates here so you don’t miss another thing…. or join me in the quilt-guild for a totally different experience with exclusive patterns and guest designers)
10+ Most Popular Posts : 2015 Edition
This little page is the best. It will send you to the right posts where you can learn how to sew up different projects using the quilt as you method and technique. It’s not as tricky as you think!
Perfect for boys or girls– and anytime during the year! Mine still use theirs and love it. The zipper is a bit tricky- but there have been some additional helps to go along with it just in case you get stuck. Yes, the tail is wrong– but this is imagination at it’s best! (right?)
Depending on how speedy you sew- this could take up to an hour. Super simple and great for when you need a gift quick and you’re in a jam.
Great tutorial for using up your little bits and pieces and scraps that are overtaking your area! No piece is too small for this method. Time to get stitching!
This is the best clothes hack on the planet. No more undies showing out the backside! Keep your briefs private and your pants up!
Need a little quilt to sew? Baby sized and simple? Not a whole lot of thinking or fabric is needed for these. It’s a great place to start when you are a beginner– or not.
Look at that little baby! She is all grown up now, sniff sniff. Anyways. Here are 18 bunny patterns that are totally popular. The bunny Eliza is holding are ones she sewed all by herself. Great for kids to learning some stitching with.
So easy to stitch. Great for any kind of project or kits that you put together. Could be used for toys and notions or whatever else you’d like to see inside the bag.
So handy this little bowl potholder! Keep your fingers from getting burned from the hot bowl. You know what I’m talking about! This is a total finger tip saver.
Need a size? Want it reprintable and reusable? These hexagon templates are just great for printing and using over and over again.
This tutorial will show you how to hand applique using freezer paper. It’s a goodie!
Do you have a favorite post from this year? What was it?