Today is the last day of our Safari Party Fabrics Blog Hop. Amy from Ameroonie Designs is sharing a Doll Sleeping Bag tutorial that is just so cute! If you like this tutorial you may also like this American Girl Doll Apron Sewing Pattern.？
I’；m sad to see the blog hop come to an end as I loved seeing all of the projects that all of the designers？made with the fabric. If you’；ve stitched something up with Safari Party fabrics make sure you let me know! Tag me on Instagram @polkadotchair or use the #SafariPartyFabrics hashtag. You can also upload a photo right to my Facebook page!baby pillow set
I always LOVE everything that Amy stitches up and today’；s project is no exception! She made these adorable sleeping bags that are the perfect size for an Amercian Girl doll (or any other 18″； doll).
The bags are simple to make and feature an exposed zipper for an extra bit of detail.
Before we go I thought I’；d do a quick recap of the projects shared as a part of the blog hop and once again say “；thank you”； to everyone that participated!
Amy Smart shared this cute and simple Patchwork Star Baby Quilt Tutorial!？
The girls at Simple Simon and Co made this Saturday Afternoon Quilt.
Bev from Flamingo Toes made this quilt with a special surprise! Animals peeking out of the blocks! How cute!!
Shelly at Coral and Co. made an easy Charm Pack Baby Quilt
and Kate of See Kate Sew stitched up this top using her NEW Saggitarrius top sewing pattern!
You can find Safari Party Fabric in your favorite local quilt shop! Or online in places like Hawthorne Threads， Etsycustomized gifts for men， Fabric.com/Amazon and Missouri Star Quilt Co.
I came across these pom pom window panels from e Cone Hill while browsing through House Beautiful on a plane recently. They’re so girly without being frilly – perfect for my daughter’s room:
There are two ways to realign the safe area with the BERNINA Q-matic Longarm Quilting Automation System. My favorite way to realign when I am stitching out an E2E layout or a custom layout is Snap to Point.
Today I’m going to show you how to make a planner using a simple notebook!? I love planners, but can’t always find ones that are “exactly” what I want. A few years ago I started making my own. The planner I’m going to show you how to make today is perfect for planning out and organizing all of your sewing and quilting projects. I’m also going to show you how to make and print your own stickers for your planner.?I work as a Brand Ambassador for Cricut, this is sponsored content.