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Schools out and the dog days of summer are here.  To keep things fun and fresh, I wanted to make a few personalized beach towels.

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There is a new baby in town!!

Which means it’s time to create a new family tree for one special family!

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Well, some of you got a glimpse at this crush last week via email…. Sorry for the mix up.  I hit the wrong button and before I knew it my unfinished post was out and about in the world – wide – web.  You caught me… I’m human!

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Today’s post is about the little things for the studio.  We all have fun tools that we love and can not be without.  Well, I have a small thing for pin cushions.  These tiny cuties help prevent me from stepping on a stray pin on my floor. (been there, done that! my girls need a serious case of “ear muffs” when it happens.)

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Now that you know how to “Knock off” your favorite skirt, the question is how do you put it together??

No worries, I have you covered!  Like I said, my skirt was super simple.

~Knit fabric

~Front

~Back

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~Waistband

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A few weeks ago while shopping, I picked up what has quickly become my favorite skirt.  Sadly, the store only offered it in dark gray and black.

So, I decided to take matters into my own hands and “Knock it off”.

And when I shared the photo of the finished skirt on my Facebook wall, I quickly realized you might want to do the same!

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Ever wonder where some designers find such amazing fabrics?

I do! I am in love with fabric.  My collection is sometimes considered a borderline hoarding addiction.  And don’t laugh but it has also been said that “at times I am in need of an intervention”.

Photo credit to bhg.com & Vintage Chic Furniture

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Ever wonder what a Fat Quarter is?  Well, if you are not a quilter you might think it is a plump coin for your pocket.

But no, it is not a new measure of $$.

It is a piece of fabric that measures 18″ x 22″.

Photo credit to Fabricworm.com

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