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Warning:  Super long blog post here.  Might want to grab a cup of coffee or tea and a snack before settling in ... ;)

Whew!  I think this book has got to be the most anticipated publication for people like me who can't get enough pretty-pink-sweet-floral-fun-cute-feedsack-Japanese-style sewing and quilting projects. :)  Happy Flower Quilts indeed!

I've owned the Japanese version (at least I think it's Japanese .. it may be Korean ... not entirely positive ... if you know please clue me in) that was originally published in 2009 for about 6 years now and it is my hands-down favourite quilt/craft book.  Until recently, I always referred to it as "That-Pink-Japanese-Quilt-Book".  And it took me a few years to connect the author as one of my favourite fabric designers, Atsuko Matsuyama (she designs for both Yuwa and Lecien).  It's like she crawled into my brain and my heart and wrote this book just for me.  I know she didn't ... we've never met.  But that's how much I relate to the lovely projects that fill the pages of Happy Flower Quilts.  I flip through it regularly, I fantasize about making everything in it, I study the delicious fabrics and the beautiful photography, and I've even made a few things from it. 

Fun fact:  I was hired as one of the technical editors for this book.  (Still can't believe I had the honour.  Thank you again zakkaworkshop for asking me!)  Kinda weird/marvelous how the universe works.

The invitation to be part of this blog hop was more like a gift because it gave me the perfect excuse/opportunity to make what I've always considered the best project of all ... the sewing kit. 

It is hard to pick a favourite ... all the projects are so pretty.  But there's just something about this kit.  I've spent a LOT of time studying it and enjoying the photographs. 

Fabrics ... I ended up using a whopping 23 prints for this project.  But I probably auditioned 3X that.  I heart my stash. :)  Most of them are by Atsuko and a good number of them have been in my stash for several years.  I followed many colour/pattern cues from the book.  I normally wouldn't even think of using a green/white gingham for a spool.  But that's what Atsuko used for hers and if it's good enough for her, it's definitely good enough for me. 

Templates ... there are several templates for this pattern.  If you're going to make this kit, please note that some templates have the seam allowance included and some do not.  Don't worry, they are all clearly marked.  The only "tricky" one is the pouch body.  But graph paper is so awesome.  Otherwise, it's super easy to simply add the seam allowance with your quilting ruler and rotary cutter.  No stress. :)

(Haha!  I just noticed that I photocopied the templates from my Japanese copy.  The new book is ALL in English, I assure you!) 

In the interest of full disclosure, I had plenty of "do-overs" with this one.  I was quite determined to make my kit as close to perfect as I could get.  After wanting to make it for so many years, I wasn't about to settle for anything less than my best.  Most of my redos were the result of my ever changing mind ... and too many fabric choices ... if there is such at thing ;). 

I "committed" to the cover feature fabric 5 times and changed my mind on the cover border fabric two or three ... once after I'd made all the spools.  But now I get to make something with the leftovers ... yum!  :)

I changed my mind 3 times for the ruler pocket fabric (and messed up once because I had the rectangle going in the wrong direction) but I know I finally got it right.  I also found that the bit of lace for the pocket didn't look right with the lacy, vertical stripe print I chose, so I simply left it off (after much hemming and hawing, because you know me and lace ...).

I had to unpick and resew the zipper like 4 times too.  If you don't get it exactly centered, the two sides close a bit wonky and the corners don't line up.  Mine is still just ever so slightly off, but I finally had to leave that one to Jesus. ;)

Also, just a quick note, the pattern doesn't explain how to deal with the closed end of the zipper when you're installing it.  And there isn't really a clear photo of it in the book.  It took me some fiddling around, but I finally got it.  So here are a few photos of mine for reference, if you need it. 

And don't even get me started on the covered buttons!  LOL! 

At one point I even asked my husband for his opinion.  Of course he picked wrong, tee hee.  But oh are they ever fun to make and I'm going to enjoy finding ways to use the spares. 

I went with these ones because of the zipper.  That zipper is an "ok" pink (not perfect, but it was literally the only option available), but it doesn't match anything else in the case.  So I found this print (cue the angels) to help the zipper pink play nicer with everything else.

That said, all my nonsense is really one of the most fun parts of making - for me.  It's not a waste of time.  I love playing with fabric.  I enjoy that balance of technical, creative, and emotional exercise that comes with making.  I like discovering what works and what doesn't - according to my eye.  And I'm happy to say that at the end of the day, I wouldn't change another thing about my beautiful sewing kit.

Speaking of changing things, I did alter the pattern a bit to suit myself.  Nothing major, just a few little things.

On the cover, I flipped the direction of the word "Sewing" so that it would be right side up when the kit was closed.  And I prefered the border edge with the pincushion so I switched the borders.

I quilted the inner lining because I know that after time and use, the center fold line will get creased.  Quilting the layers together will minimize that inevitable crinkle.

My scissors don't stay put when I open and close the kit.  I made my scissor pocket slightly taller to accommodate my 4" gingher scissors, (they are the best looking pair I have for this kit, plus they work great for fabric, as well as thread when I'm on the go) but that didn't quite solve the issue.  So I'm going to remove the ribbon tab and replace it with a tie for the handles.

I was having a hard time making the corners on the scissor keep and ruler pocket nicely (perfectly) squared.  So instead of making one front and one back of each piece and then sewing around, leaving an opening, and turning right side out ... and then trying to make the corners perfectly square, which I rarely am able to do even when I clip the corners and trim the seam allowance inside ... I did this:

Worked like a charm.

Instead of buying a strip of leather for the thread holder, I used a satin ribbon from my stash.

The pincushion is supposed to be held in place with velcro (loop and hook fastening).  I've never been a huge fan of velcro.  Stuff gets stuck to it and as a mom, I now associate the sound of velcro separating with little people's shoes.  LOL!  I used a sew-in magnet instead.  The pattern also calls for plastic to form the pincushion bottom.  I didn't have any on hand, but I did have some kraft-tex.  It worked great.  I'm thinking you could also use thin cardboard like from a cereal box.

One note about the pattern - the book doesn't include how much to overlap the petals on the pincushion when you're gathering them together with a running stitch.  My overlap is 3/8".

Oh, and I stuffed my pincushion with ground walnut shells (you can find it in a pet store under reptile bedding ... gross, I know) to make it nice and hard.

I used a sew-in magnet for both the little pouch closure and the fastener to hold the pouch to the kit.  I figured that pressing on a snap would be cumbersome if there was - for example - a thimble in the pouch.  But a magnetic snap is easy peasy to deal with.

The literalist in me needed to have silver pins in my pincushion and these ones make me deliriously happy!  I used this fabulous COSMO silver thread.  I know, I know, metallic thread is NOT fun to stitch with, you're probably thinking.  And before I used this product, I would have agreed with you whole-heartedly.  But this stuff is different.  I don't know why or how, but it's a total dream to use.  Honestly.  And then finding these silver beads that I bought years ago for some long forgotten project - probably something I saw in a Martha Stewart magazine once upon a time - was like finding a pot of gold silver at the end of a rainbow!  Don't they make the perfect pin heads?  I started looking for pink beads, but I found these hidden in the same box.  (Not going to tell you how long it took me to even find my bead stash ... ugh!)  But it is moments like these when I nod my head in thanks to the younger crafty me who wasn't afraid to try new things and managed to stock my craft room with many treasures that really do "come in handy some day".

The same literalist tendency led me to these perfectly silvery/gray prints (Lecien's Flower Sugar) for my thimbles.  We all know someone who has/had one of those super cool china thimble collections, right?  For me it was an aunt, who ironically didn't even sew.  Well, that's kind of the look I was going for when I fussycut the fabric for this coordinating pair.

These simple buttons are the result of a ridiculous number and combination of auditions.  Lordy.  I originally had a red heart button that ... ok, it was perfect.  But then again, it just wasn't quite right for some reason.  Can't explain why.  No logic, just a feeling.  So on the 147th dig through my button box, I came across this sweet little flower from my daughter's red cardie (circa kindergarten, sniff!) and that makes me so happy to have it here now.

Another tip: Add the buttons after you've sewn the cover patchwork together.  The buttons can make it difficult to sew perfect 1/4" seams.  Just sayin'.

Oh, and one more thing, the little flower zipper pull you may be wondering about?  Sorry, but if you ask me where to get one, I am of no help.  I bought it at Quilt Market 6 or 7 years ago and I can't remember the name of the vendor.  If you want to find something like it, I recommend looking for leather zipper pulls on Etsy or eBay.  But it really is the sweetest little accessory, isn't it?  If anything I've ever made deserves such a thing, it's definitely this kit!

And now - after all that, plus 6 years - I have THE perfect sewing kit for the Happy Flower QAL I'll be hosting with my friends and fellow Atsuko fans, Wynn and Melissa

(Yes, I've already make a few blocks ... shhh!)

We're starting on March 6th, but I'll be sharing more details in an upcoming post soon.  Hope you will join us!

There's a lot of applique and little bit of embroidery required for the QAL so this kit will be my constant companion throughtout the QAL.  Sorry not sorry if you see my kit a lot for the next year.  ;)

Ok.  If I haven't convinced you to get this book for your library (and quite honestly for your creative soul), there are a lot more inspiring projects and delightful eye-candy coming up for you to enjoy throughout this blog hop.  Here's the rockstar lineup of fabulously talented ladies, plus a fabulously talented gentleman, that you should follow on Instagram if you don't already.  (Oh my goodness I can hardly wait to see what they make.  I feel like a 7 year old on Christmas Eve!)


25 Lisa @aspoonfulsugar aspoonfulofsugardesigns.com
27 Sarah @Sarahedgarprettyfabrictrims alittlehappyplace.blogspot.co.uk
30 Minki @zeriano minkikim.com

1 Heidi @fabricmutt fabricmutt.blogspot.com
3 Clara @claralovestosew Instagram Only
6 Ange @alittlepatchwork alittlepatchwork.wordpress.com
8 Erin @whynotsewquilts whynotsew.blogspot.com
10 Lauren @transientart transientart.com
13 Sedef @downgrapevinelane downgrapevinelane.com
15 Ayda @cafenohut cafenohut.blogspot.com
17 Renee @sewnwithgrace sewnwithgrace.com
20 Heather @vintagegreyhandmade vintagegreyhandmade.blogspot.com
22 Melissa  @ohhowsweetco ohhowsweet.com
24 Greg @greydogwoodstudio greydogwoodstudio.com
27 Stacy @stacyolsondesign stacyolsondesign.com

1 Wynn @zakkaart zakkaart.blogspot.com



I'm really serious about getting as many of you as possible to join our QAL to make the quilt on the cover of this book so how would you like to win one of 10 - yes, TEN - copies of this book?!!!  Zakkaworkshop has generously agreed to give a free copy of Happy Flower Quilts to 10 Pretty by Hand readers.  To enter, please leave a comment here telling me what sewing project you're working on right now.  If you're between projects, tell me what you last finished or what is next on your list.  OR any one of your WIPs will also do.  That's it! 

This givewaway closes Friday January 28 and is open to everyone internationally.   I'll announce the winners next week.

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Reader Comments (278)

How sweet, how delicious! I'd like to run from my work desk now, drive home, and play with my fabric stash. You take such great pictures! Thanks for telling us about this book as it looks fabulous.

I am currently about halfway through Bunnyhill's Spooky Halloween quilt, so I will need the opposite colors to play with next.
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterKathleen Conner
Your sewing kit was very beautiful and I enjoyed reading your post. I am working my way through the Splendid Sampler - I'm very behind having done just over 50 blocks but it has been a terrific learning experience for me. I hope to complete the blocks and make the quilt for my daughter by the end of 2017. That's my big project at the moment but there are always small projects on the go for television time - sewing, knitting and embroidery. Can't wait for retirement when I will have more time for making things!
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterPauline
I am between work at the moment trying to get my mojo and find my sewing room again. I made a lot of Christmas gifts both for family and a few swaps I was in. This book looks gorgeous and I would live to win it!
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterCarin
What a beautiful sewing kit. At the moment I am about to piece a back for a large quilt for the first time and I am planning an I-spy quilt for a friend whose baby is due at Easter. Thank your for the give away x
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterWendy
Que lindo!!!
O projeto que estou a trabalhar é uma almofada que mistura quilt, bordados e costura!!!
Adorava ser a contemplada do giveaway!!!!
Obrigada e muito sucesso!
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterAna
This project looks amazing! Absolutely LOVE your fabric choices!! I am currently working on a few essential oil storage bags for a few friends. They are wanting something cute and practical! Sometimes hard to find both....
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterCarrie
I just finished embroidering 2 tea towels and both sides of a tote bag. Currently I am trying to catch up with the blocks in the Farmer's Wife 1930's Quilt-Along. I got behind during the holidays. I am doing all those blocks with paper-piecing. I would love to receive a copy of this book, I absolutely love your sewing kit!
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMarcia Gilbreath
I'm working on my Swoon 16 with Tilda fabrics! Such a gorgeous post!!
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterAngela
Oh wow, that is one beautiful sewing pouch!
I am currently finishing off some of my cross stitch pieces into "things". Today it was small pillows. On the books for this week are some stash-busting project bags for my yarn-y hobbies.
Happy Stitching!
Jenn @Jenn's Crafty World on Blogger, Instagram and YouTube
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJenn M
Your work is absolutely beautiful. I'm working on a small Valentine's mug rug to send to my daughter. Thank you for such a great place to visit ☺️
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterShirley
I absolutely love everything that you sew. I love your choice of fabric so much, it inspired me to sew the Farmers Wife Quilt from a few years ago. I am using the new collections of Flower Sugar by Lecein. I have about 60 blocks done and plan on attempting to make all of them.
It will probably take me another month and then sashing, and quilting.
I am also attempting the 365 day Challenge and I am on day 25.
Thanks for the opportunity to win the new book. I know how much you love it, since you tried to put the pink sashing on your FWQ blocks and the book was in the background. I am so glad it is finally available and printed in English.
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterCindy Newell
I am dying to have this wonderful book on my hands. It is absolutely beautiful! I am currently sewing table mats and an appliqué project of a bed cover.
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterSabrina
I just finished sewing the top together for a sampler quilt I started last year. It was a block a month sew along and I decided to make 20 blocks rather than 12. Hoping to get it basted tomorrow.
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMarianne
Awesome book! I'm currently sewing the binding on a stained glass denim quilt for a fundraiser. Thanks for the opportunity to win this book.
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterPaula
Love your gorgeous sewing kit! I am working on a strawberry quilt. Thank you for the giveaway for this beautiful book.
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJoan M
SOOOOO in love with this book and your sewing kit, it's PERFECT!!!
I'm working on a dreamy little quilt for my niece who is turning three : ) I got the label on and I'm now ready to stretch and pin baste it for quilting.
This is a awesome give a way , thanks so much for the chance to win!
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterLisa L
I'm currently working on a set of quilted mug rugs, (I'm a beginner quilter), then I plan to make a quilted table topper. Love your sewing kit! It's beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway.
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMary Jo's Poole
I am working on a one Row a month Row by Row Quilt that my Guild introduced at our meeting tonight.
January 24, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMaria
I'm working on Pretty Playtime Quilts for my three granddaughters. I love your projects and would love a copy of this book!
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterCheryl
Dear Kristyne,
first of all: I love your sewing book, so detailled and such a lovely colour combination.
I am actually working on a block for a yearly quilt along in Germany. It is calles "6Köpfe-12Blöcke". 6 german quilters (also Nadra Ridgeway, who is known internationally) show a new block at the beginning of the month. At the moment there are 1.500 german sewers who are working on a quilt which will be finished in Dec.2017. I will use backyard roses for my quilt, perhaps I will also take some fabric of the new collection of ellis and higgs, which comes out in mai. So have a look at this great quilting sew along in Germany and on my instagram account. I would be very lucky to win this new book. I am sure there will be lots of ideas to realize. Huggs from Germany, Nicole
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterNicole
What an adorable sewing kit! I am sure glad you warned us about a long post! :-) It was so worth it! I love it all. I have been eyeing this book and wondering what was inside. Now I am really ready to follow along on the blog hop. You sew such beautiful things. I love your extras (buttons, spools....) Thanks for sharing your process with us. K-
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterKristy Wilkinson
Love everything you make, just sooooo pretty and inspirational. I am making a project bag at the moment with some fabric I bought in Japan while on holiday. I'm going to add some embroidery to it as well.
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMarina
I'd like to finish a lap size quilt for a friend of mine: pink and white with a touch of red. Thank you for the opportunity to win this wonderful book!
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterBarbara
That is some really pretty stuff you did there!!! I love it..... and the book looks great, it is in my wish list, I hope I save the expense and win your giveaway, though (wink) I am trying to finish a quilt for my daughter's 11th birthday next month, wish me luck!!!!
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered Commenterantigone
Thag is so pretty. I love the little pouch. I'm working on an embroidery piece and a little toy at the moment.
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered Commenterbekki
I love what you've done with this project. Thanks for sharing! You have a real flair for choosing fabrics and all the projects you've ever shown us are pure perfection.:)

My WIP is a red, white, and blue scrappy pineapple log cabin quilt (my favorite quilt block). I'll be putting this project aside shortly to create some little red quilted (and lined) drawstring bags for my two young granddaughters for Valentine's Day.

Keep up the good work. I always look forward to your posts!:)
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterDenise D
Oh my, what a total joy your sewing case and the book is : )
Looks completely inspiring from cover to cover.
Currently working on English Paper Pieced Grandmas Garden Hexagon quilt using all Tilda fabric, its a labour of love.
Thanks for the fab post and giveaway
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMandy Griffith
🎀Hi I'm Lorraine and one of my latest makes is my very first Hexie cushion which I am absolutely chuffed to bits with 💝 Not bad for 1st attempt. I have also made a couple of cute egg cosies and am in the process of making another cushion with Suffolk puff flowers 🌸 and a bunny 🐰 for a raffle for a local children's charity 👧🏼👦🏽👶. Your work is very inspirational I just love looking through your instagram photos. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to win one of these lovely books 📚
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterSewlastyear
Well my goodness, I have seen that book before and drooled. I can't ask for it as a mother's day gift because I've already asked for something else, but oh how I would love to have it! Right now I am working on a quilt for my son's birthday, and I sure hope I finish it on time! Julie
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered Commenterjulie
Loving all your hand work, and fabric selections!
Used to have this book, and so tempted to get it again in English :-D.
Maybe after moving to our new place.
I'm currently in the middle of a few hand sewing/embroidery projects...
trying to finish some that were started awhile back, and a couple recent ones.
Will definitely keep up with this blog hop!
Surely more drool worthy eye candy coming up!
PS: Thanks for the close ups & sewing tips on this sewing kit!
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterBitsofStitchingtoo
I made a quick needle case more than 40 years ago when I first got married, that I'm still using. Looking at these beautiful fabrics makes me think I might need to update it with a new one. I love that you took the time to make everything perfect. That's the way I sew as well. People think I'm crazy when I put so much time into something that will be the inside of a project, but I know that it was done properly. My grandma used to turn everything over and check the back or inside when you showed her something you had made. I still feel like she is looking over my shoulder making sure I do my best on everything I make. I'd love to win this book and would probably spend as much time as you do, just thumbing through the pages and drooling over the little details.
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterSherry
oh my gosh, I am so excited about this book and the quiltalong !!!! Right now I am working on Lori Holts adorable sweetie pie quiltalong. What can I say, I love cute !!! :) And your kit is absolutely perfect, love your work !!
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterTerrie
Lovely work, such an inspiration. I have 2 birthday quilts in the works...due the end of month !!
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterAli Newd
I'm almost finished with a bright, scrappy postage stamp quilt. Next up? Back to work on the pinwheel wallhanging I started, or the pink and yellow quilt I was making for my daughter, or the flannel quilt I bought fabric for... Or a new idea that inspires me! :) Love this happy style and all the pink!
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterHelen
When you talked about this book coming out last summer I went right over to Amazon and added it to one of my orders in early July and I waited and waited...nothing. After over four months I called and had them delete it and now it's finally here. Guess I'll be making a trip back to Amazon. I love what you made, it's so darn cute. Not doing much sewing with my machine at this time. I had made a felt colors book for my grandson and all the fuzz from the felt and the constant start and stop of the foot pedal took a toll on my machine so it needs to go to in for repair. I got it to work long enough to also make him a little pocket garage for his tiny cars that he can roll up and take with him. He will be turning two next month. My plan was to make him a tent for his birthday. I bought the poles and that's as far as that got. Then my car broke, twice. Currently all I am doing is sorting and getting rid of my massive fabric and sewing related items. I gave several boxes to Project Linus with more on the way. Now that I think about it I'll get to work on some of my many embroidery projects. Thank you for the inspiration.
January 25, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterCindy from Sacramento
Your project is stunning, every singol detail is perfect!! Thanks also for this great opportunity!! I'm working on smitten quilt now ; )!!
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterChiara
I have no luck but lets give it a try... I am sewing these days sewing machine cover...
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterEsra
Your sewing kit is adorable !!!💗🎀💕 I have two WIP, a quilt for my daughter and a bed runner with coordinated cuscions. thanks a lot for the chance of winning this beautiful book!
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterLaura
Love this make!! I just finished a cushion cover and have two wips going. One is the mini swoon quilt, the other a mini hearts quilt from Quilt Petite. I'm having a great time making all of them!
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterChristina
It's definitely Japanese, Korean has a completely different alphabet.

I've just finished making a bag and I'm thinking of working on a polaroid quilt next
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered Commenterwendy
Your fabric choices are lovely! Finishing up some Grumpy Cat pillow cases today.
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJanet M.
What a treat it would be to win this book! Your sewing case is beautiful. I'm finishing old projects before I start something new but that isn't set in stone by any means!
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJill
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterEmine Nur
I made a tissue holder this morning to hold the darling tissue pack from my SIL that have tiny scissors on them. So cute.
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterTerri Mc
A beautiful cross stitch fairy. But hoping to join you on this amazing book! Thankyou for yr blog & the chance to receive a copy of this beautiful book x
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered Commenterkate
I'm doing the 1 Year of Stitches thing, and tomorrow I intend to spend my day off making a little felt rooster with beads and sequins for the Chinese new year.
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered Commenterbeadgirl
Oh my goodness! Your work is always, always so amazingly pretty and perfect! The sewing kit you made is adorable! The book looks sooooo interesting! I'd love to have a copy. My current sewing project is a whole lot of Alison Glass Flying Geese and low volume background prints to make a quilt for my best friend from high school is going through chemo for breast cancer. She needs a pretty, cheerful, comforting quilt from me, I think.
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterHeather
What a beautiful sewing kit! It is so you! I'm am working on hand piecing a quilt right now. I love hand sewing. 😄
January 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterKristin
Your sewing kit is amazing!! I am currently working on a Hazel the Hedgehog mini quilt for a swap. Then I need a new tote bag for Spring. Thanks for the chance to win!!
January 27, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJacklynn Grimm
That book looks delicious! I'm working hard on my Bonnie Hunter En Provence quilt at the moment.
January 27, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterThe Mulberry Mouse
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