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  We are so excited that Fabriflair™ is featured on both RJR Fabrics and Cotton & Steel Blogs today! To celebrate, we are giving away a complete set of our Fabriflair™ dimensional paper piecing kits here--one of each of all six of our Fabriflair™ Kits!   GIVEAWAY CLOSED: Thank you for playing along with us!     Watch this video on creating a Fabriflair™ Radiant Star!   Follow us @indygo_junction and @amybarickman_studio on Instagram for more Fabriflair inspiration, and when you make...
We finally recovered from our annual event, Spring Quilt Market! This year, we flew to beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah for a week. There is always a mad rush in spring to get our products ready for market, but this year we were especially busy as we developed 22 new patterns, including our Indygo Essentials garment line, three coloring books, two embroidery books, and a new line of dimensional English paper piecing kits called Fabriflair! Below is our Indygo group...
In 2010, Amy published her book Vintage Notions: An Inspirational Guide To Needlework, Cooking, Sewing, Fashion & Fun. This book was a departure for her - it was not a sewing or craft based project book. Instead, it was built around the materials of The Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts & Sciences, a school that opened in the early 1900s.     This February marks the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Institute and we are celebrating all year...
We are so excited to share with you Amy's new video tutorial - Create A Zipper Pull Necklace!     Amy has always loved using sewing notions in unique ways. We have many different patterns that use zippers, snaps, hooks & eyes and buttons to make brooches, necklaces, bracelets and even earrings!     Our Mixed Metal Zips pattern features jewelry using brass, silver and copper colored zipper yardage, snaps and more. My Garden Zips, Woodland Zips and Springtime Zips...
For this project you will need to raid your husband's (father's, brother's or son's) closet for the material - you don't need new fabric, just some old shirts! Take that discarded button up out of the boardroom and into the kitchen as an Upcycled Apron. This giveaway is closed.     This pattern includes two unique apron styles. One is an over-the-head smock style, which features a front tie and two large pockets. The neck, pocket and armhole edges can...
We are excited to share with you our new technique video on sewing an easy and professional bias neckline facing!     At Indygo Junction, we love garment sewing - but it can be tricky to sew a perfect neckline facing. This technique, which is featured in our Gathered Back Top & Tunic pattern, is a simple but very effective way to create a smooth, professional finish.       Join IJ team member Betsy Blodgett as she walks you...
The holiday season is here! It's time to start decorating for the most festive time of the year and planning your "make" list. This year we have the perfect pattern for you - the Show Your Spirit Gnomes. This pattern is great for many reasons but here are our favorite three: You can make them with upcycled materials Everyone loves a gnome - these are perfect as a gift You can easily transform the gnome into Santa - instructions are...
In honor of the release of our new video, Recycle Denim Jeans, we are sharing tips for working with denim all week long. Our biggest advice about working with recycled denim is to NEVER throw away the back pockets. You can use them for so many things - they are fun and functional. On this version of the Grab & Go Tote we patch-worked different colors of denim together for this purse and then added a (carefully) cut off pocket...
In honor of the release of our new video, Recycle Denim Jeans, we are sharing tips for working with denim all week long. We think denim is one of the best canvases for embroidery - hand or machine - we love them both! We have been working with the decorative stitches that are on our sewing machines. These simple stitches, which come with most machines, are such a fun way to add detail to a project. I love how the...
In honor of the release of our new video, Recycle Denim Jeans, we are sharing tips for denim all week long! One of our favorite features of denim is its rip-ability (is that a word?? It is now!). The way denim is woven means that when you rip it, you can use the raw edge without having to worry about it unraveling. In fact, it creates a really nice soft edge which can add layers of texture to a project....