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PeelnStick with our Therm O Web Ruler Tape

National Sewing Month 2013 Hi everyone! All of us at Therm O Web would like to thank Moda for the chance to participate in their month long promotion!

 Therm O Web is well known for our HeatnBond® products. Today three of our Therm O Web designers are sharing ways to use our PeelnStick Ruler Tape. Take Me to the Sea 1   
 I made this pillow as a housewarming gift for my sea loving, nautical decorating sister.  She prefers a modern decor so I didn’t want to get too patchwork-y on her.  Instead, I had a little fun with applique and some free motion stitching. I’m here today to share a quick how to with you. Supplies: 2 squares of linen measuring 16″ 1 16″ square HeatnBond Fusible Fleecescraps of PB&J by Basic Grey for Moda Fabrics scraps of HeatnBond LitePeelnStick Ruler Tapethread invisible zipper from ZipitTake me to the Sea 2   
 First, apply the fusible fleece to the wrong side of the pillow front. Download the pattern for the word “SEA” right here.  Apply the HeatnBond® Lite to the back of three scraps and trace the pattern (in reverse) on the paper backing.  Cut your letters.  Adhere a strip of PeelnStick ruler tape to the pillow cover to serve as a straight edge and also to help you find the middle of the pillow.  Place your “E” at the center.  Iron the letter appliques in place.
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 Reuse the original strip of PeelnStick ruler tape and just move it up above the word “SEA.”  Place a second row of the tape about 3 inches away.

  Take me to the Sea 4
 Use the tape lines once again to locate your center and as a straightline guide.  Free motion quilt the words “take me to the” in a contrasting thread.  Here I used navy and stitched each line twice.  I didn’t premark my fabric but you could write with a chalk pencil first and follow your lines with your quilting. IMGP7328b
 Stitch around the edge of the letters in the word “SEA” as well. IMGP7329b

 Change the thread in your machine to blend with your background fabric.  Free motion quilt some waves above and below the quote for texture. Now it is time to finish up your pillow! Visit me, Amy Friend at my blog (www.duringquiettime.com) for more fun projects!


Hi this is Jenifer here with you today to share a quick and easy zipper pouch using BobbinsNBits from Moda and the PeelnStick ruler tape from ThermOWeb.  These are so easy to make you will be making them for gifts for everyone you know.


Easy Zipper Pouch by Jenifer Cowles

Directions:
Put a few of the 12″ segments of the PeelnStick Ruler Tape on your cutting surface, this will make cutting quick and easy.
Cut out 4 9×7 pieces 2 for the outside of the bag and 2 for the inside of the bag.  Baste the top of the outside fabric to the top of the lining fabric, press 1/4″ from the top.  Sew on your zipper to both sides of your basted edges.
Unzip half way.  Sew the remaining 3 sides together and turn right side out through the zipper you left unzipped.  Your pouch is finished.

To make a cute little zipper tassel take some 1/8″ ribbon and cut 6-6″ lengths.  Fold in half and wrap with a small piece of ribbon, tack it down with a few stitches and attache it to the zipper.

Here is your finished zipper pouch to fill with all kinds of goodies or to help keep your purse organized. Thanks so much for taking a look at my project today.


Hi everyone! I’m Molly Hanson, I am a quilter who specializes in free motion quilting and I blog over at SewWrongSewRight.blogspot.com. I am also a designer for ThermOWeb and I was recently asked to come up with a project that shows how I like to use my PeelnStick Removable Ruler Tape. I chose some of my favorite Kate Spain prints from her Terrain line. I am a big fan of this ruler tape and I have come up with a fun project that I hope you all will enjoy!
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Fabric Requirements: 2 pieces of 14.5”x 10.5” quilting cotton or decorator cotton for the exterior 2 pieces of 14.5” x 10.5” quilting cotton or decorator cotton for the lining 1 piece of 4”x 8” fabric (exterior fabric) for the handle 1 piece of 2.5”x4” fabric (exterior fabric) for the pull tab 1 package of Heat N Bond Fusible Interfacing Heavy Weight 20”x1 yard 1 package Peel N Stick Removable Ruler Tape 1 14” all purpose polyester zipper in a coordinating color
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Step One: after you have cut all your fabric pieces cut interfacing pieces the same size for all 4 big pieces (14.5 x 10) you should have enough to cut all 4 from one package of interfacing. Follow manufacturer’s instructions to fuse interfacing to the wrong side of the fabric pieces. DSCN0919 
Step Two: Get out that Ruler tape and cut yourself a 2” section. Now use a clear acrylic ruler and put your sewing machine needle in the down position. Butt up the edge of the ruler to the needle and make sure it is perfectly straight- then put down that 2” section of tape a few inches in front of your needle- you can see in the pictures where I put mine. You want to make sure the edge of the tape closest to the ruler actually goes under the edge of the ruler just a hair. Now you have an extra place to line up your fabric edge to make sure you are getting a perfect seam- but more on that in the next step! DSCN0920 DSCN0921 DSCN0927 DSCN0928 DSCN0929 
Step Three: Okay now we are going to make the handle for our bag. Take your 8×4 piece and finger press it in half lengthwise. Now open it up and fold both long edges toward the middle lining up at the center folded line you just created. Now fold the whole thing in half encasing both raw edges in the center- just like double fold binding. Press the whole thing and then using your ruler tape line up the edge of the fabric with the ¼” mark on the ruler tape- and carefully sew keeping the edge lined up down the length of the handle. Next line up with the ½” mark and do another seam line, and then again with the ¾ “mark. That ruler tape is pretty
handy stuff eh?
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Step 4 now we will make the tab- fold in half the same way as before and finger press, again fold edges to the center and fold in half again- and then press. Next topstitch around the edges 1/8” away from the edge- you can use that ruler tape marker you made for that too! DSCN0935 DSCN0935 
Step 5 Okay- deep breath- zipper time. You can so do this! Open up your zipper and press it so it is flat. Now take one piece of the exterior fabric and one piece of the lining and lay the top piece right side down on the zipper (pull side up) and put the lining right side up beneath the zipper. Line up all three edges on the 14” side. If you have never installed a zipper before then I suggest you take a moment to hand baste it in place or pin carefully so it doesn’t shift while you sew it. DSCN0939 
Step 5 Install your zipper foot and line up the foot as close to the teeth of the zipper as you can (you won’t be able to see the teeth so you will have to feel for them) – *NOTE* start and stop ¼” away from the edge of the fabric- this is very important! Start sewing stopping before you get to the pull and leaving the needle in the down position, raise the presser foot and gently pull the zipper pull down the zipper moving it out of the way so you can continue sewing. Go slow and try to keep things as straight as possible. Step 6 Iron back both seams fully exposing the zipper teeth- press thoroughly- and head back over to the sewing machine. Reinstall your regular or 1/4” patchwork foot and topstitch ¼” away from the edge of the seam. DSCN0940 
Step 8 Repeat steps 6&7 with the other side of the zipper and the other pieces of fabric Step 9 Still with me? Good work! You‘ve survived the zipper, the rest will be a piece of cake! Okay now let’s take both lining pieces right sides facing each other and sew the edges opposite the zipper together with a 1/4” seam allowance- leaving a 4” gap in the center for turning. Do the same with the exterior pieces except this time sew the whole thing, no gap required. Step 10 Right, so now we have these two tubes with a zipper holding them together in the middle- so next you need to line up that bottom seam you just sewed with the zipper (make sure they are exactly lined up) and pin in place- Pull the zipper down toward the exterior piece and pin all along the both edges once the bottom seam is lined up with zipper. On the side of the exterior fabric part where the zipper pull is if it is fully opened you want remember to fold your pull tab in half and slip it in the very center right where the zipper and bottom seam are with the fold pointed in. Leave a ¼” poking out so you can make sure it is lined up and you catch it in your seam- it is not a bad idea to backstitch over this area to give it added strength- and go slow when sewing this part, there are a lot of layers for your needle to go through, use your hand wheel if necessary. Sew both sides closed and do the same thing with the lining. DSCN0944 DSCN0945 
Step 11- Okay, we are getting close now- all we have to do is box those corners! I like to box my corners by making a 2” square mark on each corner- from seam to edge- and then I cut it by hand so as not to cut too far with a rotary cutter. Once all 8 corners have their 2” square cut out I open those square and line up the 2 sides and sew with a ¼” seam allowance. Remember to put the handle through the two exterior corner holes on the side where the zipper pull is if it is fully closed- leave it poking out a little bit so you make sure to line it up in the center and catch it in your seam- see picture. DSCN0947 DSCN0948 DSCN0949 

Step 12- Turn the bag right side out through the opening in the lining and hand sew the lining opening closed- voila- you have a finished bag!


Today we’re not only giving away our PeelnStick Ruler but also a large (retail value of $109) assortment of our HeatnBond® products!

To enter please leave a comment about what your favorite project you’ve recently completed. You will have until September 30th at midnight to post a comment. All winners will be randomly selected and announced o the Moda…The Cutting Table Blog on October 2nd.

Make sure to visit the Moda blog every day for more opportunities to win! And please stop by and visit our Therm O Web blog for more ideas and giveaways as well!

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230 thoughts on “PeelnStick with our Therm O Web Ruler Tape

  1. Thank you for the projects and tutorials…. that is an interesting tape and the first I’ve heard of it!

    I have completed my version of Eleanor Burns First Ladies quilt and it is hanging in my living room.

  2. I finished a clutch bag a week ago. It has summer color (just don’t want to let go of summer yet). That tape is so cool! I’m going to have to get me some!

  3. I just finished 3 totes for 2 of my grandkids. two small totes for them to carry their little storybook bibles in and one “Going to Grammy’s” tote bag so they can bring extra clothing and favorite toys along when they come to visit. Thanks so much for these great tutorials. Wish I would have had the PeelnStick™ Ruler when I was working on them!

  4. I just mailed off a quilt to my daughter. It has been sitting in my quilting room waiting for a label. LOL I am currently working on a bed quilt for my husband using scrap fabrics.

  5. I just finished a chevron quilt which has gone off to my guild as a charity project. I can see lots of uses for this tape, including using it on my old Singer machine which has no 1/4 inch mark on the face plate!

  6. I have to say my very favorite project this summer was a ladybug quilt whos spots sported the cross stitch ladybugs that the ladies in my charity group stitched. This quilt was so special as it was my 100th quilt for charity that I have made using the Cross stitched squares from my charity group WOCS

  7. What a handy notion~! I’ve not seen this before. I’ve just finished working on two pillow shams for my mother-in-law, to match the quilt I made for her several months ago. This ruler tape would have come in very handy on that project. Thank you for the chance to win.

  8. Thanks for the great tutorials. My most recent finish is a quilt I started back last fall for my friend. I ended up having wrist surgery in December so was not able to finish quilting it. But it’s all done now. An early Christmas gift 🙂

  9. completed my first 2 civil war quilts and eleonor burns first ladies oops maybe i should clarify the tops are done have not quilted thanks for the chance to win

  10. I finished a snowman wool tablerug for a Secret Santa gift. I am little ahead of the game on that gift. I better get busy on the birthdays happening in a month. soardkgatfusedotnet

  11. LOVE the heatnBond products! I use them ALL the time for my wool appliqué projects! I am currently working on Christmas gifts that require the fusible and wool. Makes applique so much easier for me! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  12. Last week I quilted and bound a scrappy blue and white log cabin quilt that I had pieced at least 3 years ago — and I absolutely love it. Not sure why I ignored it for so long!

  13. I just finished a wall quilt with Jan Patek’s pattern for a scarecrow and used my own scarecrow, so it was fun to make something from a pattern but see one of my designs in a quilt.

    Debbie

  14. I have not used ruler tape yet but I just love the bag that Molly Hanson made so I am going to have to go get some and try it. What a great idea Molly, love those colors too. The purple zipper really pops. Thanks.

  15. My most recent project I finished …using Moda fabrics!….was personalized mug rugs for a few teachers I’ve been working with in Special Education. They work so hard and so unselfishly that I thought they deserved a small gift. I hope they love them as much as I do!

  16. My favorite recent project is making simple (yet very pretty) table runners in seasonal colors and prints. I just love working with fabric – from selection and preparation to sewing and finishing. I am happiest when I have a project underway!

    Thanks for the instructions for the projects and the amazing items in the giveaway!

  17. I am working on my Stonehenge/Jamestown BOM – will finish it this week or bust! Need to make a pillow and zipper pouches for my daughter’s birthday on the 30th.

  18. I really, really want the PeelnStick Ruler Tape which I have never seen before -such a clever idea.

    Some nice ideas- I’m enjoying this Tour of the Notions!

  19. I’ve never seen the peel n stick ruler. Interesting! My favorite project recently has been a baby quilt with some applique giraffe and elephant shapes.

  20. I recently completed a quilt top for a member of my small quilt group. It is a scrappy quilt top made with bright fabrics. It’s colorful to say the least!

  21. What great products and projects! I just finished making a large lap quilt for a friend’s 5 year old grand daughter who recently lost her father. It felt so good to be able to offer a little joy at such a horrible time.

  22. I love that ruler tape, so cool. I think the last thing I made was a little shirt for my granddaughters teddy.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

  23. I’ve been working on some wallhangings I’m making for doorprizes for a forum get-together next month. I’ve been using a lot of your products lately! LOL!

  24. Great tutorials. I finished a baby quilt this weekend for my newest great nephew due in October. Now I’m working on my Sister’s Mystery
    Quilt, which needs to be ready by the first weekend in October. That Peelnstick Ruler Tape looks amazing. Thanks for the chance to win.

  25. I like the look of the ruler tape, I can think of a few uses for that 🙂 I recently made a custom diaper bag with matching changing mat and stroller liner, which I’m really pleased with. It was a new design and I hope the new mum likes it as much as I do 🙂

  26. I often have difficulty locating a ruler that will fit inside each of my machine embroidery hoops. This new tape just might fit the bill!

    I recently used Moda Batiks to make a Calypso Tote Bag for my sister, in honor of her 60th birthday.

  27. I have been away from quilting for 20 years and am just now taking it up again, so the last project I finished was a king-sized bed quilt over 20 years ago. Love the stick-n-peel ruler!

  28. I’d have a lot more to say if you had asked about starts instead of finishes! But today I am finishing two bee blocks for a dear friend. I’m crashing her bee and sending blocks from her sister and me, so she’ll think of us when her beautiful quilt is complete.

  29. I recently completed my first quilt. It was a simple chequerboard style, in crib size (45″ x 60″). For my first full size quilt, I was quite proud of it! 🙂 xx

  30. Thank you for introducing me to your ruler tape. I just finished two baby quilts for baby shower gifts. Just found out we are expecting two more grandbabies so I guess I will be working on two more baby quilts.

  31. I really like that little duffel bag. I could really use the ruler tape on my sewing machine. Still working on my husband’s quilt. It’s king size so it’s a long-term project. I get bored easily and have to work on something else also.

  32. i’ve just finished stitching a monster as a 1st birthday present for a friend’s son. It was great fun and definitely one of my favourite projects lately. The tape looks brilliant, thanks so much for the chance to win all those goodies.

  33. Thanks a bunch for the chance to win the awesome HeatnBond giveaway! I’d really love to try that tape! ☺

    I belong to an online group of quilters and several of us made blocks for a member who recently lost her husband. It was my pleasure to assemble the blocks and finish the quilt. A whole lot of love and caring thoughts were sent to her family and I was very happy to finish the project. ♥

  34. Wow – great ideas! My favorite projects lately have been doll clothes and accessories. These products make sewing such small things much easier.

  35. I just finished baby quilt for new great nephew, almost done with baby girls blanket, who lives in Kentucky. Just love the patterns and projects you have. Hope to win…

  36. I didn’t even know this product existed. It looks so useful, I sure will be looking for it. Thanks for the opportunity to win. I just finished making a small wall hanging for my aunt, for her guest room. She chose such lovely colors. It was so fun to make.

  37. Great bag!
    I am not quite finished with my project yet but sure could of used this basket to help:)
    I am making the Flats House by Angela Yoden. All the paper dolls are done so just finishing up the decorative stitching on the house panels. Then sew together:) Lots of fun!!!!
    Oh and I am making 2… why not?

  38. Great giveaway! Thanks so much! I just finished a Christmas quilt and a blog hop project. Of course, there are many more projects to complete. 😉

  39. I just recently made my granddaughter a nap mat to use at preschool. I appliqued her name and an owl on it using Heat N Bond. Thanks for info about the peel n stick tape. I had not ever heard of it.

  40. I just finished a Star Surround QAL by Happy Quilting Melissa. Love, love how it turned out and I know my daughter will be over the moon with her new quilt. I really like HeatnBond products, they make interfacing and all the stuff under the fabric so much easier to do. I’m looking forward to trying the measuring tape. Thanks.

  41. Thanks for the tutorial and patter. My most recent finish was a machine appliqué wall quilt of a bald eagle for the office wall at the camp where my husband is the director.

  42. Recently finished a baby quilt for my grandson. Now working on one for my granddaughter. I also finished an Iris wall hanging for myself. Thanks for the ideas, tuts and the giveaway!

  43. Love the look of this product and thanks for both the cute bag projects. I have recently finished 3 quilts, one a large lap batik quilt for my husband, another a BOM from my local quilt shop, and a wall quilt for my brother who just retired! It is his ‘outdoor/hunting’ quilt as this is his hobby and so the quilt is a Holly Taylor design of ducks, hunting dogs, and woods!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  44. Love it! And would love to win!
    I recently completely a set of baby alphabet blocks for my friend’s daughter’s 1st birthday that spelled her name.
    Now I am working on a baby quilt for a friend who just had a baby boy.

  45. This summer I made owl pillows for my grand daughters using Heat n Bond products. The girls love them, especially the wings which also serve as secret pockets.

  46. I love your blog and want to thank you for all the fun ideas and patterns. I would love the peel and stick rulers. Guess I need to look in my favorite shop for it.

    Avon

  47. I recently completed a paperpieced pillow cover for my daughter. She’s a baker so I made a mixer. I don’t have trouble paperpiecing, but picking fabric…I’m not so good at that. But I am quite proud of how it turned out and can’t wait to give it to her!

  48. My last favourite project was a Geranium Dress (from Made by Rae) for a sweet little girl. I was very pleased with how well it turned out. (It’s been a very long time since I sewed for a little girl!) Thanks for the chance to win.

  49. I just finished my name tag for the guild I just joined. Just a little paper pieced tree but it is so cute!

    Thanks for the chance to win.

  50. I am working on hand-sewing binding on 5 quilts for Christmas presents.

    Thanks for this lovely drawing. I am most impressed with HeatnBond and can’t wait to try it.

  51. Your tutorial is perfect – thanks!
    I made 4 wee wall hangings of houses on hills with lots of cute detail… They are so darn sweet, if I must say so myself!! I just love ’em!!

  52. The last finish I had was a wall hanging. I’m working on a king size quilt top, just have three columns to sew together and then the borders. Have a few WIP’s. Would love to win this giveaway..can’t find HeatnBond in Mexico.
    thelady at hotmail.com

  53. Just finished a tote bag for my daughter, on to working on two t-shirt quilts, a halloween runner, two or christmas runners, and many more projects for Christmas as time allows.

  54. I just finished a MQ Inspired Messenger Style Diaper Bag that Momma and Papa loved…I think its my very fav of all the diaper bags I made thru the years :-)Thank You!!!

  55. My lastest project was a cozy flannel quilt for my daughter and her new hubby to snuggle under while they are watching TV. It’s bigger than a lap-size, but not quite twin-size.

    I really like Molly Hanson’s bag. I’m thinking of adding dividers inside and using it to store my pens, pencils, and markers 🙂

  56. My latest finish is the quilting and binding on a wall hanging my daughter pieced for my grandson. Currently working on the quilting for another wall hanging.
    Thanks for the chance to win this prize and the tutorials.

  57. I recently finished a Swoon quilt from the pattern by Camille Roskelley & it is my most favourite quilt ever. Thanks for the chance to win – great tutorials!

  58. What a neat bag! I just finished a sudoku quilt for a grandson, and have a fleece quilt on the frame for another grandson. Love the peel and stick measuring tape, had not seen this before. Thanks for the chance to win!

  59. Well, it’s not yet finished, but I’m trying out a small quilt using the little, itty bitty twister template. This PeelnStick Ruler you’re showing looks terrific. Thanks for showing all the demos. Gotta get some soon!

  60. The last project I worked on was my Christmas cards. I draw a pattern on the therm o web, place it on the wrong side of my fabric, cut everything out together and press into my card front. It looks gorgeous!

  61. Finishes are slow to come around my house. I most recently finished several hand work projects…and I could have made use of peel and stick rulers if I had been aware.

  62. I love the boxy zip bag tutorial. All three patterns are easy and fun! I’m making a tumbler baby quilt for my niece and a Christmas quilt with a jelly roll as my leader-ender project. I feel so efficient when I do that!

  63. I just completed some cosmetic pouches similar to the ones featured in this post. They would have been easier to complete with the peel and stick ruler tape! What a great idea! Thanks.

  64. Thanks for the great tips on how to use the PeelnStick as I have never seen it before.

    I have just recently finished up a patriotic quilt that I am donating to Quilts of Honor. My quilt guild and I are just finishing up a project where we are making 300 pillow cases to be given to homeless Veterans at a Stand Down event they are holding.

    I love to sew and quilt and get great joy out of making something for someone else. I can see myself making some of those little bags in my near future also! They would be great for little Christmas gifts and such.

  65. I just finished a Christmas stocking for my newest grandchild, now I’m working on an advent calendar. We’re in the middle of a house remodel, so the only sewing going on is by hand. Can’t wait to get back to the machine and my sewing room.

    Love this tutorial, thanks so much for sharing.

  66. My favorite project to finish recently was the stack of 120 swap blocks that needed to be mailed by the 15th of this month. I’m so relieved to get them finished and off in the mail–now the hard part–waiting to get the swaps back!!

  67. I just completed a wristlet bag. I think this product would help me with my next project a cape for my lil grandson. He wants to be Super Noah so I will be appliqueing the emblems.

  68. My favorite recent project is a Halloween wallhanging from the October 2009 Quiltmaker magazine. It used Snails Trails blocks for the center and four witch faces around the finished piece. Made it look the hats were entertwined. I used Heat n Bond ultra, because it’s what I had on hand. It’s a little stiff so I’ve bought some regular Heat n Bond for future projects.

  69. I just finished a Welcome to the Cabin wall hanging and used heat and bond to iron on the cabin applique! I would be happy to win your prize! Thanks!

  70. Wow this is awesome. I cant wait to try it. I just did an applique on a quilt and I did use the heat and bond, I could have used that peel and stick

  71. My fav project that I’ve finished is everything I was able to do this past weekend at a quilt retreat because it had been over a year since I’d been able to work on quilty projects because of other obligations. =)

  72. A baby quilt is not only my most recent but probably what I have done most frequently. I really like this ruler tape! kathleen dot lutz at doh dot state dot nj dot us

  73. I am most proud of the Amy Butler weekender tote I finished a few months ago. I love taking it on trips with me and had so much fun making it that some lucky friends may get them as Christmas presents. Thanks for the chance to win!

  74. My recent finish is a Quilt for Kids project. Feels so good to share my learning pieces! Thanks for putting my name in the hat for this drawing – a really nice selection of items!

  75. This bag is super fab! I’m making it today, because it is a quick project and makes a great gift! Thanks for the lucky give-away! I couldn’t live without these products, they are the best.

  76. I have recently finished my daughter’s 21st birthday quilt . It’s at the long arm quilter now and I’m excited to see it quilted ! Thank you for your great tutorials.

  77. I just finished a pinwheel baby quilt. Thanks for the tutorial. great ideas and great tools in this blog hop. I need to win the lottery so I can purchase all of them.

  78. I recently completed my first quilt top. I have however bought several patterns for making bags. I also have a couple of ideas I would like to try for applique. The selection of products to use for each of these is really overwhelming. Would be a great win for trying different products.

  79. My recent favorite project is gym bags for my boys for school – as they are practical but very unique as no one has the same one. And also a pair of pants I made my son. He keeps telling me they are his favorite because we don’t have to fold them up like all his other store bought pants. 🙂

  80. Such an informative post! I use Heat and Bond quite frequently…just completed a wallhanging with coneflowers on it..and I love it! Thank you for the giveaway.

  81. Thank you for the great tutorials. I love making bags. I am definitely going to try this one! The PeelNStick Ruler Tape is a “must have”! What a clever tool. I could really use this on my current project where I have to embroider some words. Thanks for the chance to win some fabulous prizes.

  82. Wow!Great blog post with lots of ideas! You make the little bag look easy! My last fun project was a table runner for a friend’s birthday and I will definitely be making the bag for another gift 🙂

  83. I’ve been recently working on a quilt for my mum. A HUGE quilt, made up of log cabin blocks in reds ans blacks. The top is already finished. Now for the quilting!

    Thanks for the chance!
    🙂

  84. I made a zippered bag for my daughter recently. That peel and stick tape would have been handy. Thanks for sharing and showing how to use your products. Definitely need to add this to my sewing supplies.

  85. Wow – what a great giveaway!
    This product looks really great. I made some darling bags for my girls that work just perfect for their laptops and/or ipads.

  86. I just finished a Quilt as you go bag using holiday fabrics. And have the front and back done for a quilt, now I just need to sandwich and quilt. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  87. I recently taught my three granddaughters how to make their first garments, skirts. I’ve taught them how to chain piece so the next step is a quilt top. Wish me luck. Thank you for the chance to win such a nice prize.

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