Author Archives: AngelaEG

New Pattern: VFD Eye

For fans of “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” the Volunteer Fire Department Eye! Also, I’m helping to coordinate two quilt alongs for Fandom in Stitches, set for 2018. We’re not announcing the fandoms yet, but if you’re a fan of … Continue reading

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New Pattern: Sylveon

Now available in the Craftsy store! Many thanks to pattern tester Wendi Riggens, who knocked out two patterns this week. Only two more blocks left in the series and the Eeveelutions series will be complete! The rest of the series: … Continue reading

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New Pattern: Jolteon

Jolteon is available in the Craftsy store!

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New Pattern: Eevee

Eevee is available in my Craftsy store. Many thanks to Katie Yoakum for testing, I hope your friend enjoyed the gift! Jolteon is currently being tested by another quilter, who is planning to help test the remaining patterns as well. … Continue reading

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New Pattern and Yard List Additions!

Officer Hopps of the Zootopia Police Department is available in the Craftsy store! I’d forgotten someone had already tested it for me, and it’s just been waiting around for a while. Also started making blocks for a non-fandom quilt I’m … Continue reading

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Yard List

Inspired by Ursula Vernon‘s list, I’m trying to identify the animal and plant life around the house. There’s far more than I have listed right now, but I’m slowly learning to identify plants. Common Garter Snake: He lives by the … Continue reading

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So it begins!

Left to right: Bell peppers (slow pokes! the cucumbers started a week after you!), a forest of roma and big red tomatoes, basil (one measly sprout, and possibly a second on its way), cherry tomatoes (none, actually, the quitters), and … Continue reading

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