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Knot and Thread Design, Pattern, Soft and Stable

Camden Street Satchel

I am beyond excited to be releasing this pattern!  It has been in the works for (dare I say it) years!  I am so glad that I can finally set it free. This bag made with one of my favorite products of all time, ByAnnie's Soft and Stable, that gives it great shape, and helps with ease of construct.  I quilted straight lines on my striped fabric.  And just to answer your questions now, the strap is made from a cotton fabric, and covered with a polypro strapping.  It is not leather, but give the appearance of leather, (which I love!) Includes a zippered pocket inside, to secure all your valuables. I love the opportunity to add a pop of color on the inside! Also a back slip pocket for easy access. It is available now as a PDF pattern that you can download.  But don't worry, if you are a paper pattern...

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Knot and Thread Design, Olivia's Baskets, Pattern, Soft and Stable, Uncategorized

Olivia’s Baskets

I am so excited to finally share this pattern with you!  It has been a long and exciting process to release my very first pattern, but it is at the printers as we speak and will be arriving very shortly. However, I didn't leave you hanging - the PDF version of this pattern will be available during my Cyber Monday special!  You will also receive 20% off in my shop using the code CYBERMONDAY.   My Olivia's Baskets pattern is being released just before the arrival of my 2nd niece, Olivia.  My oldest sister is due with her first baby in just over a week! Yippee! I crafted these sweet fabric baskets for her nursery.  They are made with Soft and Stable, which offers a perfect construction, and, most importantly, a design that's safe for babies. The baskets on the cover feature Lella Boutique's fabulous new line, Sugar Pie, that will be available in...

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Long Arm Quilting

Machine Quilting

I am SO excited to be offering quilting services to my quilting friends!  I have been quilting on a Gammill Statler Stitcher for about 10 years now.  I did all the machine quilting for Quilted Works for about 6 years.  Since I moved away from St. George, I have missed being able to quilt my quilts, and my bag fabric! AND NOW... I have a machine of my own!! I feel beyond lucky and blessed to have a machine and to be able to offer services to others!  Shout out to all in my life who have supported me and believed in me to get to this point!  I love you all forever! So if anyone has questions about machine quilting designs, pricing, batting, etc. Please send me and email at kaitlyn@knotandthreaddesign.com or DM me on Instagram @knotandthread Would love to help you finish your quilts! I am working on getting a...

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Art Gallery Fabrics, Blog Tour, Bonnie Christine, Hello Ollie Fabric, Open Wide Bag, Patterns by Annie, Uncategorized

Hello Ollie Blog Tour

So excited to be apart of this wonderful blog hop featuring Bonnie Christine's fabric line Hello Ollie.  I feel so privileged to sew for Bonnie for Spring Market just a few months ago, as she debuted Hello Ollie for Art Gallery Fabrics.Hopefully you got a chance to check out Lisa's beautiful post yesterday. There have been come incredible posts already from the #HelloOllieBlogTour so hope you will continue to join us!  Here is the schedule for past and future posts!If any of you follow me it is no surprise to you that I sewed up one of Annie's fabulous designs.  Her Open Wide! pattern is one of my most favorites.  I love making it and especially find great use for these bags everyday!  I had a hard time picking which prints to use from the line (because they all are so great) here are the prints I ended up with!I quilted these...

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One hour baskets, Pattern Tutorial, Soft and Stable, Uncategorized

One Hour Basket

Hello!! I have been major absent from my blog for quite sometime.  But I am excited to start a new beginning.  This fall is a new beginning for so many things.. new HUSBAND, (I've been married just over 6 weeks now, the happiest of my life.) New apartment, new sewing space, new semester at school.  I have many "new" things and hoping to make blogging regularly apart of all that is new. I am also a new "aunt" as I inherited many many nieces and nephews when I married my husband. I will also be be gaining 2 nieces this October and December from my own siblings. I thought I would share one of my most recent projects. The "One Hour Basket" has been a favorite for awhile now.  I really love the simplicity and ease of this pattern.  Of course its fabulous that its a FREE tutorial. (All...

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