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Summer Fun

We still have so many summer memories to share with you but there just aren't enough hours in the day to get them all in this space in some kind of timely way. But trust me… they're still coming :-)! For today, I at least wanted to share with you three fun things… First up-  Our much anticipated FEED SACK BAGS pattern is done, up on the site and ready to ship! We are totally addicted to these bags! I know that so many of you have been waiting anxiously for this since I showed them to you on my way to Quilt Market in the spring and I am so happy that they are finally ready to ship! … middle size on Gabrielle, serious model pose! Btw, Miss Gabrielle who has worked for us forever, just got engaged a few days ago. We are so…

It’s Bag Day at Fig Tree!

  I know most of you are here today to see who won the SPELL IT WITH FABRIC BLOG HOP… so let's get that out of the way first before I start talking to you about bags! For the winner of the fat 1/8 bundle… On 2/22 at 1:47 pm, Meredith said: Anything made with you utterly beautiful fabrics will be amazing! I credit Fig Tree with changing my fabric palette from dark country to your stunning, fresh designs. I would love to see a fig tree quilt, with a centre medallion of a tree, or a basket quilt. Thanks for the constant inspiration and the chance to win! Thanks Meredith for the awesome comments!   For the winner of the charm pack and bundle of mini charms… On 2/20 at 2:09 am Laura Lynch said:   Joanna, First, I…

Honeysweet Pattern Showcase: One Piece Bag

Okay… I have to rave about this bag a little bit…  I don't know if you know but some of our most popular patterns over the years have been bags. We have an EASIEST BAGS EVER series with handbags, totebags and accessory bags in them and they are basic and are accessible to make and easy to construct so that people who are afraid of bags won't be intimidated. This here back really should have been a part of that series due to its simplicity but its name was just turning out too long LOL! It really is one rectangle with a handle loop sewn to it while it is still flat. It is then folded up and the 2 side gussets are pinned in and sewn. That's it! True story.  We really think you might want to try it…