PROJECTS, PATTERNS and INSPIRATION using Hello Winter Flannels coming soon!

How to Sew a Sleep Mask

How to Sew a Sleep Mask

How to Sew a Sleep Mask​If you want to cocoon yourself in darkness for a better night sleep then sleep masks are the way to go. (Also called eye masks or dream masks) These make great stocking stuffers, party favors for sleepover and gifts. They also help shut out the...

How to Sew a Button-Up Scarf

How to Sew a Button-Up Scarf

How to Sew a Scarf with Buttons If you are looking for a quick & easy holiday gift, teacher gift or things to sew and sell - this Button-Up Scarf is for you. Made from 2 pieces of fabric and some buttons you can whip these out in no time. The video below walks you...

FREE QUILT PATTERN: Sparkly Stars by Melissa Corry

FREE QUILT PATTERN: Sparkly Stars by Melissa Corry

FREE QUILT PATTERN: Sparkly Stars by Melissa Corry Melissa Corry of Happy Quilting created this gorgeous Sparkly Stars Quilt with my Hello Winter flannel fabrics from Riley Blake designs AND she is giving you the pattern FOR FREE! (Thank you Melissa!) Sparkly Stars is...

FREE CHRISTMAS QUILT PATTERN: Let it Snow

FREE CHRISTMAS QUILT PATTERN: Let it Snow

FREE CHRISTMAS QUILT PATTERN: Let it Snow Want to make a quick, easy and free Snowman themed Christmas quilt? This pattern uses the panel and prints from my Hello Winter flannel fabric collection from Riley Blake Designs. The finished quilt size is 71 1/2” x 78...

Sneak Peek: Hello Winter Flannel

Sneak Peek: Hello Winter Flannel

Hello Winter Flannel coming in April 2022 I'm so excited to give you a sneak peek of my new Christmas Flannel - Hello Winter  - coming from Riley Blake Designs in April 2022.  This collection features a soft, neutral color palette, playful snowmen, and Christmas...

Hello Winter Fabric

While I’ll never pass up the opportunity to build a snowman there is something magical about snowmen at Christmas.

When my son was little my parents lived by Lake Tahoe so the family often gathered at their house for Christmas, skiing and building snowmen. My favorite memory was from 1998 when my son was 5 – he was so determined to build a snowman on the deck no matter what! He couldn’t have been prouder of the resulting snow pile complete with a carrot nose, rock eyes and mouth and skewer arms.

While snowmen may only last a little while in physical form, their memories are forever. May these cozy flannel snow folks bring back fond memories and be a part of new ones. Happy Holidays!

Deck Snowman - Christmas 1998