Stolen Moments » my quilting, sewing, and crafting blog

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    Hi! I'm Traci. As a wedding and portrait photographer, I have a photography blog that shares the work I do for clients. This blog is for my other creative side. The side that goes weak at the knees over fabric, adores anything crafty, and gets cranky without some sewing machine time!

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Monthly Archives: March 2011

finished: mardi gras quilt

Remember the quilt back that went from pretty stack of fabric to hideous “I-can’t-possibly-use-this?”  Well, it wasn’t really the fabric’s fault.  The strips looked fine, they just didn’t look okay with the print I was using.  I realized that the section I had pieced didn’t need to be a total loss, though–that it just needed […]

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pajama pants for will

The other night Nic complained that Will never seems to have any clean pajama pants.  This is because I recently noticed that most of Will’s pajama pants come to just below his knee, and so while putting away laundry I’ve been tossing the worst of the outgrown pajama bottoms into the closet (a shrine to […]

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innocent crush charm pack giveaway

Time for a giveaway!  I’m celebrating three things today: (1) finishing the vacation video/slideshow that I’ve spent weeks on, (2) the almost end of March [my least favorite month–winter is just too long], and (3) according to google reader I am just 5 people shy of having 200 blog followers!  So it’s time to giveaway […]

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‘vintage flair flats’ – house slippers

I got to spend the late afternoon in the studio this afternoon cutting fabric for upcoming projects and finishing these slippers. I used fusible fleece instead of interfacing on the sole to provide a little extra padding. I love the bright polka dots mixed with the subdued Hope Valley print. The afternoon was beautiful, and […]

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secret treasures

Even during the decade when I wasn’t quilting, I occasionally wandered into a fabric shop and bought a pattern or yard or two of fabric.  A few years ago I bought a portabellopixie pattern that I have been looking for for a few months.  I knew it had to be somewhere, but hadn’t had any […]

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