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  • 06/04/13--10:42: love stories in minnesota
  • we just got back from a visit with my family in Minnesota for a week.  it wasn’t exactly spontaneous as we knew we were going to go there at some point this spring or summer. the timing for our visit got a little bit more urgent a few weeks ago, though, when a doctor delivered […]

    The post love stories in minnesota appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    we leave tomorrow on vacation.  (yes, I am aware that most people are preparing their children for a return to school.  no, we are not skipping out on education.  school starts super late around here.  so, you know, we might as well take a vacation.)   we are heading deep into the woods of nearby […]

    The post cuddly, our new pint-sized herringbone quilt appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    I’m thrilled to be over at Craft Snob today sharing an easy zipper pouch tutorial.  Don’t miss it!  If you are visiting from Sara’s lovely site, hello!  

    The post the crafty essentials zipper pouch appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    From our family to yours, we wish you all the best in 2014!  It’s been an amazing year and we are prepped and ready for an incredible holiday season.  But, it wouldn’t be nearly as wonderful and amazing as it has been without all of you.  I love the connections, heartfelt and full, that have […]

    The post last-minute gifts & well wishes appeared first on a happy stitch.


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  • 04/17/14--05:56: Lua Sleep Sack
  • Prepare yourself for some serious cuteness.  Honestly, hold onto your ovaries ladies because scrumptious baby cheeks, huge baby eyes and tiny little hands in an adorable sleep sack are about to come barreling straight at you! All of this cuteness is courtesy of Ana from StraightGrain and her amazing new Lua Sleep Sack pattern. I […]

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  • 05/23/14--08:18: Baby Girl Memory Quilt
  • People always say, “every quilt tells a story”.  I’m not the type to lay down quilt “rules” but that saying right there is a knock-down, full-on truth.   Quilts come together slowly and they take attention and care.  Consideration goes into color and placement; size and direction. Quilters find balance while maintaining interest. Then there are […]

    The post Baby Girl Memory Quilt appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    Valentine’s day is a hand-makers holiday. No doubt.  I always catch the crafting (love) bug and cannot stop. This year is no exception and I’m excited to share Valentine projects all week. (I realize it’s a little late but inspiration strikes when it strikes and I’m running with it!) I’m starting with this reusable, hand-stamped fabric […]

    The post How to Wrap a Heart :: Resuable Fabric Wrap for Valentine’s Day appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    I wasn’t kidding when I said I was going to share Valentine’s Day ideas all week. I really am! What is better than a little sweet nothings treat bag, am I right? Yup, right. I love the way packaging can make something ordinary look extra-fun and super special and, as it happens, my kids love M&M’s. […]

    The post Sweet Nothings :: Treat Bags for your Valentine {a free printable} appeared first on a happy stitch.


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  • 03/02/15--17:49: wooden quilt blocks
  • March! I’m positively thrilled you are here.  Winter might end after all!  I’m spending this week catching up on old projects that are more creative in nature… little less predictable and more creative adventuring.   Bit of whimsy here and a bit of “I wonder how this will turn out” there. I’m a true believer that […]

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     A little over a year ago I was invited to join a community of bloggers, The Creative Mamas. We commune on Facebook; gathering as bakers, writers, designers of small imaginary worlds, sewists, hand-printers, and everything in between. It’s grown to be a group providing great support and inspiration for me.  I rely on those ladies for […]

    The post this baby of mine :: baby cloud mobile, dreamy swaddle blanket & artist rolls appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    I feel positively bombarded with advertising every day and I think I’ve noticed it more these days because I’m not shopping for clothes for myself.  So, I decided to do some advertising for the dreamers and artists and the whimsical makers in my life. These are products made or dreamt up by my friends and comrades […]

    The post Support a Dreamer & an Artist appeared first on a happy stitch.


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  • 08/19/15--19:05: Christmas Stitches in August
  • Look! Holiday fabric!  Because, you know, sewists are the only people who are sweating it out behind an iron and sewing machine in the dog days of humid August heat while staring at snowmen, icicles and mistletoe.  It’s just a cruel truth. Sadly, these aren’t for me (though they do have me thinking I should […]

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    Way back (ah, decades ago!) when I was in college in Madison, WI, I met a vibrant, adventurous, elegant woman whose bohemian and artistic outlook was a revelation and an inspiration.  One of those friends whose free-spirited nature stills shapes me to this day.  When she got married this summer I knew I wanted to make her […]

    The post Sunprinted Tablecloth and Napkins appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    I have been bursting with a secret for about a month now but haven’t been able to say anything. So here it is: I have a project in the most recent Mollie Makes magazine! Issue 58 to be specific.  Well, sort of.  It is an exclusive project, meaning it’s included as an insert, a special […]

    The post My project for Mollie Makes magazine appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    There are lots of lessons to be learned in life.  The lesson I learned most recently is that kids are tacky.  They like to take an idea and really kick it into overdrive…make sure everyone “gets” it.  And that, my friends, is the takeaway lesson behind these house pillows. I was so honored when Sara from Radiant […]

    The post Radiant Home Studio blog tour :: Highland Avenue Houses appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    {peg fairies by Sophi Karkeek} Ack! It has been over a month since I wrote here! I always find it a little embarrassing when I neglect the blog. I do this funny thing where I talk in my head to you guys but don’t match it all up with pretty pictures and non-imaginary words and […]

    The post Not about Money. Other Reasons to Sell at a Craft Fair appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    Every year I try to sign up for Sanae and Ute’s fabulous Secret Valentine exchange.  I have managed it for the last two years and that is a good thing because when the deadline slips past me I end up super bummed and kicking myself with regret. The reason I love it so much is mostly because […]

    The post Hand-Stamped Tote with Leather Handles :: Secret Valentine Exchange appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    I don’t want to boss you around or anything but you are gonna want to put down whatever you are doing and make a linen and pom-pom infinity scarf. Or, maybe make a dozen…just to be sure you are ready for the holidays.  Why linen and pom-poms? Because, dude, they are amazingly fun together! I was […]

    The post DIY :: Make a Linen and Pom-Pom Infinity Scarf appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    For the past three or four years our family has celebrated the build up to Christmas with an activity advent calendar.  As much as I love chocolate (and I really love chocolate! Make no mistake) I find the advent calendars with candy add unnecessary sugar to our diet and the holiday season is already a […]

    The post Midnight Village Advent Calendar :: a printable activity advent DIY appeared first on a happy stitch.


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    I find it really hard to know what to sew for men and because sewinG is my love language, I struggle with how to make Father’s Day special in that handmade way. So, a few years ago when I pulled together boxer shorts for my husband in very special llama fabric, I realized that boxer […]

    The post Handmade Father’s Day : Boxer Shorts appeared first on A HAPPY STITCH.


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