Lorine Mason - Designer, Author, Innovator
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Cuddle Twins Pillows

  Kinda cute and Kinda goofy, these pillow stuffies are for the child with an edge. A personality that says I like my cuddle twin and their going with me wherever my journey might take me today. My daughter, loved Miss Piggy from the popular show The Muppets and insisted on wrapping her up like a baby doll and carrying…

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Christmas Greenery Storage with oly-fun*

The holidays are officially over and it is getting close to the time for our annual family event entitled ‘ Mom is having us over to dinner so we can help put away Christmas ornaments”. I will say however that the family is getting harder and harder to convince that they should help as they now have their own homes. Oh…

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Bowl Full of Jelly

Smoothfoam™ Holiday Ball

Supplies: One 3 inch diameter Smoothfoam­™ Ball, Red Acrylic craft paint, Paintbrush,Twelve inches of 1 inch wide Black Nylon Webbing, One White Buckle, Three 1/4 inch black buttons, Glue gun, Hot Air gun or blow dryer. How To: 1.  Paint the ball using the paintbrush and acrylic paint. It will take more than one coat, be sure to let paint dry…

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Embroidered Baby Ornaments

Are you looking for some great Handmade Holiday Gift ideas? If so, you have come by at just the right time. Some of my favorite bloggers and generally super creative friends have put together a plethora of ideas for you to choose from when looking for your next project. Here is just a glimpse of what you will find as…

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Microwave Heat Bowls

  With the cold weather approaching, it seems like the perfect time to stir up some of your favorite soups and stews for family and friends. Straight from the pot to my bowl is my favorite way to eat hot foods but my second favorite is leftovers. I use my microwave to heat up those delicious leftovers and I must…

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Robert Kaufman Apron with Logo

Handmade for the Holidays – Holiday Apron Panel

NOVEMBER 9 – post at 7am PST (10am EST) Welcome to the final day of the 4th Annual Handmade Holidays Blog Hop! We hope you enjoyed the projects from the last 2 days! A few years ago we were looking online for handmade gift ideas and thought it would be great if there was a resource dedicated JUST to handmade…

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Holiday Millie B bibs

Welcome to the Fat Quarter Face-off Holiday 2014. Robert Kaufman fabrics and Fairfield have tasked the Master Makers, in which I am one of with the challenge of creating something with a bundle of fat quarters sent to us by Robert Kaufman. I received the Winter’s Grandeur by Studio RK and was delighted to make up a couple of Millie…

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Robert Kaufman Fat Quarters Watermarked

Holiday Hot Pads

Nothing says the holidays like homemade whether from your sewing machine or your oven and giving from your heart is always a good thing. Using these beautiful Robert Kaufman Winter’s Grandeur by Studio RK prints made choosing the prints to incorporate somewhat difficult. Creating sets of these fun hot pads is fairly simply, follow the step by step directions and in…

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Shoe Stuffies

Are you looking for a special gift for yourself or a dear friend? Did you happen to make the Shoe Bags featured recently in the Fairfield World blog post? If so, perhaps this is the project you have been looking for….. Supplies for Shoe Stuffies: oly*fun™ Bubble Gum poly-fil® polyester fiberfill Embellishments; Buttons Ribbon; 16″ of 1″ wide ribbon for each…

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Floral Hairband

There’s a new cord in town! Hebe cord by Sullivan’s USA

Floral Hairband Supplies: One Skein Hebe Cord*, Hairband, 3.5 mm Crochet Hook, Spool Knitting Tool, Large Eye Needle, Fabric Glue, Three Buttons, Scissors, Measuring Tape or Ruler *Hebe cord is available from Sullivans, USA How to: 1. Following the instructions given with the Spool Knitting Tool; knit a length long enough to cover the hairband. 2. Insert one end of…

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