Favorite 2018 Projects

Over margaritas, quilty friends and I were discussing favorite projects from this past year. I have a few, two of my favorite were an auction package for my school and the Go Teal it on the Mountain. Yesterday, I created a pillow casing from an old feed sack (zipper and all!) and placed a fat feather pillow inside.

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Perfect for snuggling up for holiday break TV binge-watching. ๐Ÿ™‚ Anyhoo, here are a few of my favorite projects from 2018:

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I have two unfinished quilts that I hope to work on next week – didn’t quite get them done in time for 2018. Ah, well. So? I hope to hear about some of your own favorites that you’ve worked on in 2018.

Regardless,ย Happy 2019! May this year bring you and your’s health and happiness.

Have a good 2019! – – Joanne

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DIY Simple Doll Wardrobe

Asked to donate an item to our school auction; I decided upon an 18″doll package. Some of the package items included aย wooden doll bed, tiny wooden hangers and clothing. Looking for simple storage ideas for clothing and accessories; George and I combined several designs we found online.ย 

The clothing storage rack’s total size is 10″ deep by 18″ tall by 20″ wide. George cut 5 wood pieces: 2 tall tapered sides (I traced pattern shape on paper), a bottom, and 2 storage section wall sides which are 3″ tall.

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IKEA Hack: Doll Bed

Every teacher is asked to donate an item to our annual school auction. I decided upon donating an 18″ doll and accessories after finding theย handmade school uniform made forย my daughter’s A.G. doll. The package has grown. LOL.

Every doll needs a bed, right? IKEA’s solid pine Duktig bed fits 18″ dolls perfectly; but it is a little bland.

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