Author Archives: Luv2Sew

Birds On A Stick

Birds on a Stick By Liz Kettle Create a flock of fabulous feathered friends with this fun summer stitch project! I like to have a bunch of birds ready to go for a travel stitch project. What I especially love … Continue reading

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Internationally Known Quilter, Shruti Dandekar is Havel’s Newest Ambassador!

by Luv2Sew and Shruti Dandekar Havel’s Sewing is  thrilled to introduce our first ambassador from India, Shruti Dandekar. She’s talented and business savvy, and using both skills to keep the art of quilting alive and vibrant in her home country! We asked … Continue reading

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Coffee in the Garden

Coffee in the Garden by Jamie Fingal A fun Spring to Summer narrow wall hanging that will fit most anywhere in your house 9×25, that is both pieced and raw edge applique. A charm pack friendly project. 20 each 5” … Continue reading

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A Fun 4th of July Table Runner Project!

by Jessica Schunke of A Blue Sky Kind of Life [http://ablueskykindoflife.blogspot.com] I don’t often make decorations for many holidays other than Christmas, but this summer, I was really itching to add a little color to my dining room table. This … Continue reading

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A Handy Piecing Trick!

by Emily Lang Use this piecing trick anytime you want perfectly matching patchwork, especially when using small pieces. What you’ll need: Scraps, or cut squares Lightweight fusible interfacing – such as Pellon’s Quilter’s Grid (Pellon 820) Havel’s Ultra-pro seam ripper … Continue reading

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