Have you Baked Someone Happy lately? To me baking means sharing, caring & it has the added bonus of bringing happiness to my friends & family. How about this slogan on a cute apron? Join me today at www.quiltsocial.com when I discuss how to place the "Bake Someone Happy" design on an apron with Mont Marte Paint Sticks & art supplies. The pattern is a free download, check out Painting on fabric is fun with Monte Marte paint sticks blog post to get the free pattern designed right here in my studio.
Thanks for following along all week with my posts as guest blogger at www.quiltsocial.com . Have a great weekend & Bake Someone Happy!😊❤️🍰
Today at www.quiltsocial.com, I'll show you how to embellish a cute pre- made beach tote with the Mont Marte Fabric Art Set . The canvas tote is included in the set making this project so easy! Check out the free tutorial here.
Today if the last day of the tutorial all about recovering a lampshade with Mont Marte fabric paints at www.quiltsocial.com. I'll be discussing how I outlined each of the designs on the lampshade with free motion stitching. The free motion stitching really makes the floral designs come to life. Check out the post and be sure to comment below & let me know what you think and/or leave me any questions you may have.
Tomorrow, I am embellishing the easiest tote ever at QUILTsocial as well so check back often to see what I am up to with these amazing fabric paints.
Happy Tuesday, Do you have an old lampshade that screaming "recover me"? If so head on over to www.quiltsocial.com to look at my blog post Getting creative with Mont Marte fabric paints & a lampshade- Part 2. This is a creative look at how to recover a lampshade and it could be very customizable with any design or theme your creative mind can think of.
It was so much fun to paint with these paints, they are bold, non bleeding, gorgeous colours and oh so easy to work with on fabric.
Check this post out and don't forget to leave me a comment below the post. Have a great day!
This week at QUILTsocial , I am explaining how I used Mont Marte Fabric Paint and art supplies to recover a lampshade.
The title is of the blog post is: Recovering a lampshade with Mont Mart art supplies- Part 1, Part 2 & 3 will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday.
It is a technique I have never used before but the paint is really awesome and the recovering process worked! There is also a video tutorial showing you how to recover a lampshade with fabric included in this post. Be sure to watch so you can Reduce, Reuse Recycle. The post is here at www.quiltsocial.com
Happy Monday, Enjoy the blog post and I encourage you to comment or ask any questions you may have. 😊🌷
Make It Modern with QUILTsocial
Need to freshen up your table decor or take away any pandemic blues with a gorgeous table runner? This series of blog posts is for you! I hope you will follow along and enjoy here.
All this week from April 12-16 I'll be guest blogging and sharing how to make HRT's (Half Rectangle Triangles) at www.quiltsocial.com
I'm going to be demonstrating with some very nice fabric and notions as shown below.
Stay busy, don't let this pandemic get you down, have a great week and Happy Monday!
OMGee this is my first video, go easy on me!!
Next week I'm guest blogging at QUILTsocial If you have never tried an HRT or want to try something new, then this is the blog post for you..
Below also is a pic of the table runner made from the gorgeous Fabric Creations Cotton Fabric I will be discussing.
Hope you are having a great week and join me April 12-16 here.
Happy Thursday, Today at www.quiltsocial.com I'm working with Sulky Transfer Pens to show you how to make creative labels for your quilts. So easy and lots of possibilities! Check it out here and see my label and quilted inspiration below:
...and there you have it, check out my blog post at www.quiltsocial.com for how to make the quilt labels and the Sulky Transfer Pens can help you with any graphics on any crafting art or quilting project.
Have a great day!🍁
Happy Wednesday! Today @ www,quiltsocial.com, I'll be demonstrating how easy, fun and creative it is to use Fabric Fun Markers to make a quilt label. These markers are duo tipped for fine or wide lettering and drawing and permanent, yay! Love the vivid colours and you can use them to make an entire quilt as I did. See photos below:
My quilted inspiration, done with Fabric Fun Markers!
The label made for this quilt:
I encourage you to look at the tutorial here and consider getting your hands on these markers at your local sewing retailer, it will open up a world of possibilities for you.!
Have a great day, the sun is shining in Waterloo🍁
Happy Tuesday! Today, I’m sharing with you how I make quilt labels using UNIQUE Sewing Permanent Fabric Pens and UNIQUE Sewing Laundry Marking Pens at www.quiltsocial.com. These labels are very easy to make, affordable, quick to complete, and with a little creativity you can make your labels look extra special.
Check out the complete how to tutorial here and enjoy your day!🍁
Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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