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Camp S’more Series: Pillow-Palooza!

Welcome back to my Camp S’more Series. It’s pillow day!! Thanks to the kind folks at Ink and Arrow Fabrics my Sew Junie camper is getting a mini-makeover. This cute fabric is just perfect for my 1971 Shasta Camper that I took from 70’s to farmhouse cozy 2 years ago. When I started my pillow-palooza, I really wanted to mix it up. I wanted this set of pillow covers to be fun and exciting, with a lot of patchwork and pattern play. Most importantly, I needed to get them done quickly. What I didn’t want was to go to the fabric store. I had my stack of Camp S’mores fabric from Ink and Arrow, a mountain of pillow forms, and my handy stash of trims. What I was short of were invisible zippers. Originally, I had intended to use my basic invisible zip pillow cover pattern from At Home with Modern June. Past the basic construction, I meant to mix up the pillow fronts with a combination of looks, but I only had a few …

Camp S’more Series: Crafty Tutorial

Today I’m showing you all how to make a simple no-sew project using Ink and Arrow’s newest fabric line, Camp S’more! When I saw this fabric, I knew that making s’mores was going to be a must, so I made a bunch of fabric flag skewers to make my Quick and Easy S’more recipe even better! Scroll down and learn how to enter to win enough fabric to make my quilted tablecloth! Flag Topped Skewers! Supplies: Skewers Scissors (optional) Rotary cutter, acrylic ruler and cutting mat Diagonal cutting pliers Fine point marker Glue stick Washi tape Small diamond 45-degree ruler (optional) Step 1: Cut your skewers down, using a pair of diagonal cutting pliers. I cut my sticks to various lengths, from 5 1/2 to 7 inches long. Step 2: Use a diamond shape 45-degree template tool to create 5 1/2″ wide diamonds. I used washi tape to make marking out 2 1/4″ triangles quick and easy. Once you have one-half marked, then flipped the ruler around to create the other half of the diamond. …

Quick and Easy S’mores

As you know, I’m hosting a blog series in support of Ink and Arrow Fabric’s new fabric line Camp S’mores, designed by Lisa Jane Smith. Shortly after getting the fabric I knew I had to make a big plate of s’mores. I don’t need to explain why right? Anyone that knows me well knows that I have a soft spot for marshmallows. So I thought I’d take a break from sewing and crafting and share with my no-fail s’more recipe. These are so simple to make; even your kids could whip these up for you! Step One: Lay out 4  individual graham crackers squares and top with 1/3 cup of Trader Joe’s Chocolate Chunk Chips. I like to use these chunky chips because they melt faster than candy bars do and I always have them in the house. But, mostly because they are oooooh so darn good. Microwave for a full 30 seconds. Step 2: Next, add an s’more friendly marshmallow on top and microwave for 10 seconds and smooch. Repeat this one more time …