Pay It Forward Mini Quilt

October 24, 2016By Amy RehBeinProjects, Quilting No Comments

I was inspired by a tiny little stack of seven fabrics a quilty friend gave me a few weeks ago from her stash just because they reminded her of me. That is pretty sweet. Quilty friends are awesome. I thought I would showcase them with some simple white fabric and make a mini for another … Read More

Boro Mending Style Boxed Corner Tote

August 22, 2016By Amy RehBeinSewing 6 Comments

I’ve been so inspired by Japanese Boro Mending lately and wondered… could I use The Dream Fabric Frame to create the look of the Boro Mending on a tote bag? Essentially we’d be creating the fabric panels on The Dream Fabric Frame and I was right, we could! I opted to use a heavy duck … Read More

Putting Your Best (Quilting) Foot Forward

July 8, 2016By Rebecca Kemp BrentQuilting 6 Comments

One of my favorite features of any Brother machine I’ve owned (there have been and are, ahem, “several”) is the range of accessory feet included with the machine. That’s right: you don’t even have to make a separate purchase to start enjoying the benefits of specialty feet that make sewing, embroidery, and decorative stitching easier … Read More

My New Sewing BFF – My DFF

April 12, 2016By Rebecca Kemp BrentQuilting 8 Comments

Repeated cycles of washing and drying can cause shrinkage. This is true of clothing, and I think that’s happened to my house, too. After all these years of rain and sun, and my house seems to have shrunk (LOL). I mean, it seemed like quite a big house thirty years ago! I knew I’d never … Read More

Quilted Tote Bag on The Dream Fabric Frame

April 4, 2016By Rebecca Kemp BrentQuilting 4 Comments

Totes are always handy to use or give, and this quilted tote bag one makes a great showcase for quilting on THE Dream Fabric Frame. The fabric requirements are generous. Use the extra fabric for practice quilting or experimenting. Then, turn the scraps into an accessory pouch or keychain ornament. Finished size: 13 1/2″ x … Read More