Deborah Bryce

Deborah Bryce

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The lazy girl version diy tulle skirt. No seams. No gathering. No hemming. Just cutting, basting, and attaching the elastic band.

The lazy girl version diy tulle skirt. No seams. No gathering. No hemming. Just cutting, basting, and attaching the elastic band.

Hooded Panda Cowl- Free crochet pattern in adult, child and toddler sizes

Hooded Panda Cowl- Free crochet pattern in adult, child and toddler sizes

I love this poncho because it’s so versatile and soooo easy! Even a beginner can execute this pattern and make it look amazingly beautiful. I love a pretty blue piece to layer with jeans and a while t shirt, but this would be gorgeous in any color. Please note that this post contains an affiliate link and I will earn a small commission to help support this blog when purchased through this link. I use all products I recommend because[Read more]

I love this poncho because it’s so versatile and soooo easy! Even a beginner can execute this pattern and make it look amazingly beautiful. I love a pretty blue piece to layer with jeans and a while t shirt, but this would be gorgeous in any color. Please note that this post contains an affiliate link and I will earn a small commission to help support this blog when purchased through this link. I use all products I recommend because[Read more]

Quilts For Kids...they send you the stuff...you sew it...it goes to children with life-threatening illnesses or children of abuse...LOVE this idea!!

Quilts For Kids Downy will send you patterns for easy quilts you can make and send back to them for kids in hospitals! Helps children in need find comfort.

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Port Softies for Chemotherapy Patients This project was a collaboration of several people in my local quilt club. It was inspired by my friend and fellow quilter, Nancy Fish, and her need for a cushion to cover her port from the seat b…

Make a chemo port pillow from fabric scraps! They are not only a nice gift for people going through chemo, but also something to donate to a local hospital.

Make a chemo port pillow from fabric scraps! They are not only a nice gift for people going through chemo, but also something to donate to a local hospital.

Super handy yarn reference chart from Michael’s!