Click above to visit this 10-part project, A Little Birdie Told Me. You'll take a photo and turn it into an embroidery and use turned and reversed appliqué, crochet, oya, and beading to make a pillow or a quilt block. The kits are sold out, but to the left is a list of the materials and templates for you to use your own stash.



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Click above to visit the shop and find a few color ways of the mess and mini mess kits. Coordinating fabrics, threads, yarns and beads. So many options! I show the monogram bag in the scraps or bust series. and the mini tool holder in the Blair Stitch Project. An alphabet for appliqué can be found in the blue box above.

Click the button on the left to ride along with me when I took a 5000 mile journey way out west in January and February, 2020. Pulling my Airstream and creating fun and functional projects that I found useful for RV and tiny home living. The projects I made on the trip are pictured below. Kits for the States In Stitches and Lil Airstream are currently being made. And the mesh bottom bag can be created with the Gypsy Satchel kit, where I'll include enough screen to make 2 bags.


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You'll find many kinds of different techniques for skill building. Below are specific projects, but there are a lot more technique-based tutorials and videos that go along with my book, Quilt As Inspired. Please explore!

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Hit this button to get the PDF that goes with the Ohio Star Youtube tutorial.

IMPORTANT: Before printing, make sure in the print menu to choose custom size and type in 102%. Measure the outer light gray lines of the square after printing and it should be exactly 4.5"


Please click on the link above to visit the free tutorial on creating this little satchel. Crochet, embroidery, appliqué, beading, peyote stitch, dimensional fabric elements, tassel making.

Kits are still available in a few color ways. Right is the Santa Fe color. Click the button to the right to visit.

Click the button above to see how I created the Ohio Star quilt with a pile of scraps and how I quilted each square separately and then put them together.

This is such a fun way to fussy cut pieces out of fabric scraps from quilts you've made.

In this 4-part series, I share a few ideas on playing with the little bits of yarns, threads fabrics, beads and found objects you may have lying around your studio.

The shop is ever changing as kits are added to go with the free tutorials.

Ann Myhre

Click the link above to visit the Mandala Unplugged tutorial. This is a 10-week project where you'll learn how to create a central radial design using appliqué, embroidery, beading, fabric folding, knitting and oya. The kits have been sold out, but there is a link below for you to gather your own stash of threads, yarns, fabrics and beads.