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Drunkard’s Path wallhanging

Peggy from Florida has been having fun with the Drunkard's path Collection.

She writes :

Here's a picture of my Drunkard's Path wallhanging. It was made using the 3" Drunkard's Path download. I still have to finish hand-quilting it.


Size 24 x 30"
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Sewing kit

Erin made this great little sewing-kit from the Drunkard’s Path collection. She writes :

I was inspired by a post from Karen at SewManyWays to create this travel sewing kit. Her Tuesday Tool Time tip about using an eye bolt to hang around your neck to hold bobbins or spools of thread was my inspiration for the idea. I attached a length of ribbon to the eye bolt and then added a little needle case at one end. Then I modified the idea further by adding the scissors to the other end of the ribbon. I used the Drunkard’s Path collection to create the needle case. I’ll be posting a link to the step-by-step tutorial on my blog.


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Tea Tote

Erin made this really cute and useful project with the Drunkard’s Path collection.
She writes :
I made the tea tote to carry my favorite tea bags with me. You could use it to carry tea and/or packets of sweetner. I used the Drunkard’s Path collection to create it.

It measures 3” x 3” when closed. I’ll be posting a link to the step-by-step tutorial on my blog.


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Pinwheel Tablerunner

Sue made this great project with the Drunkard’s Path collection. She writes :

This is my new table runner. It will be given to the 150th Anniversary collection of stuff to be raffled off. Our church and another small church, share the same Pastor and this June marks 150 years of being joined.

The table runner was quilted on my longarm which just had a computer added to it. I am having so much fun trying all of the features……so this is my firstproject and not perfect quilting by any means. Lots of learning curve needed.