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A Fabriflair™ Radiant Star is the perfect way to display your favorite fabrics from precut packs. It is one of our most popular patterns, and is also available as a digital pattern. It's simple to make but stunning to display! This kit was inspired by a vintage star in feedsack fabric found at an antique show, and it's the spark that set off our beautiful line of Fabriflair™ kits. You can read about it more on our founder, Amy Barickman's blog. This kit comes in a large...
There's something so thrilling about a New Year! In Amy's book Vintage Notions, on the subject of a New Year, an article from Gustave Weinss in 1920 states it perfectly. "A new start enables us to go on our way encouraged, reinvigorated and determined to dare and do." How wonderful it is to have an annual opportunity to review what's working in our lives and what isn't; making small changes with the goal of more joy and order in the year ahead....
  Our new embroidery book, Land that I Love, is made to celebrate our state pride and the locations our stories are written, while carrying on the tradition of handmade home decor. This book perfectly embodies vintage made modern--a classic way to celebrate our modern homes.     These patterns are perfect for lots of different types of projects like stitching on ready-made blanks. Stitching on items such as dish towels, aprons, tablecloths, napkins, or pillowcases make a rewarding quick project,...
Here at Indygo Junction, we are pretty excited to usher in our first holiday season with FabriFlair™!     These dimensional paper piecing kits offer unique, clever, and practical projects to showcase your favorite fabrics, embroidery and fiber art for quilters and sewers alike. They are a great on-the-go project, and a perfect gift for loved ones.     The Brio Sphere and Bowl gives you options - create a fun home decor piece (use as a bookend or door...
Have you started your spring cleaning yet? If you find yourself with a pile of worn-out jeans, don't throw them away - upcycle them into a new project! Here is a little inspiration for you...     Now that you are excited about upcycling, check out some of our great recycled patterns!
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....
In honor of the release of our new video, Recycle Denim Jeans, we are sharing tips for denim all week long! Today we want to share with you one of our favorite denim design techniques, combining and reversing the denim to create layers of color. Our Pieced Pet Pillow is a perfect example. Don't feel like you need to try to match your denims - combining different colors creates a unique patchwork effect.     If you want a contrast,...
The contest has ended, congratulations to Judith M. who is our winner! We are so excited to release our newest video, Recycle Denim Jeans! As you know, we love incorporating recycled denim into our patterns. It's fascinating to see all the styles, colors and washes. Anyone remember the old acid-wash jeans? Or who still has their 90's Boyfriend jeans from the Gap? Sometimes it's time to retire these old friends and give them new life – here is a video...