Category Archives: Andrea

12 Weeks of Homemade Christmas: The Apron

Written by Andrea I haven’t made an adult apron in a long time. As a matter of fact, I think that the last adult apron I made was for a family member who meant the world to me who has now passed. I think he wore the apron once – on the day I gave […]

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12 Weeks of Homemade Christmas: Kids Gift Ideas

Written by Andrea There’s a slight chance that I go a little overboard at Christmas time. Brad has even tried to find a nice way to suggest that I’m neurotic about it. I am choosing to ignore his opinion. Honestly, I can tell you that I love Christmas so much because I really do love […]

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12 Weeks of Homemade Christmas: Finishing the Quilt

Written by Andrea Once you have made the quilt top, it’s time to put it all together and finish it. I’ll preface this entire post by saying that I am finishing this quilt by what I’ve always heard called “tacking.” There is probably a better term… and it might not even be considered quilting. But, […]

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Quick Clarification on Quilt

Written by Andrea One of our readers, Shauna, is a very crafty lady. And, I lost her with the triangle on the Quilt post from earlier. Sorry, Shauna! I thought that might happen to someone (thanks, Shauna for telling me!), since I didn’t have a clear photo. SO… here ya go! I’m giving you a […]

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12 Weeks of Homemade Christmas – The Quilt

Written by Andrea I started sewing when I was in high school. My sewing class teacher was fabulous and really inspired me to sew more and more by encouraging me to come to her class any time I had free time in my “study” period at school. I was in her class more than any […]

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