A Little Snuggle from Moda!

I put it off as along as I could.  Saved it for last.  I’ve heard so many stories about “Minky” and how hard it is to work with that I was dreading sewing on Snuggle.  But guess what?  It’s SEW easy!  Really!   I should have known Moda would do it right!

Cream Snuggle backed with my cream fabric!

I’m using Snuggle colors that look great with my new fabric line, and I’ve been snuggling all week!  It’s wonderful!  Snuggle gives you the soft, plush feeling without all the problems.   It’s wide, so I wondered how on earth I was going to cut it to the size I needed.  Onto the cutting table it went.  I doubled it and then doubled it again and cut through four layers at one time without any problem!  Four layers!  My rotary cutter loved it.  So does it make a mess?  Not much.  It only ravels on one cut end and I can live with that.  The other end and the sides hardly ravel at all.  Here’s what my cutting board looked like on the end that ravels. Not bad!

So the next time you’re in a quilt shop that carries Snuggle, pick up a yard or two.  I’ve made so many blankets this week using my satin (colorfast and washable), fabric and Snuggle I could open a store!  And remember that satin pleated trim?

It goes perfect on Snuggle Blankets.  What a treat and  “Sew” easy!

I’m onto pattern writing this week so hopefully you’ll be hearing a bit more from me.  I hate it when I’m so busy I can’t tweet, or blog.  I’ll be getting to all those emails waiting for answers this weekend.  TGIF!

Hugs,

Anne

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  • Bradie Sparrow - These snuggly, satiny, beauties look absolutely dreamy Anne.ReplyCancel

  • Ronda - Oh Anne it looks like you have had a great week! The fabrics are beautiful but I cant wait to see bits of your new patterns!!!!ReplyCancel

  • jaybird - snuggles and satin trim… oh so pretty!!!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann - They look so comfie Anne, just what a little one needs to cuddle up in.ReplyCancel

  • cheryl in kansas - OH Anne…I want a snuggle! That blue and brown one would work!!! (smile) I soooo can’t wait for your new fabric to be out! Are your going to have the trims available on your website…just in case my quilt shops here in Wichita don’t order any???

    Have a super weekend…I am jealous….I will be outside doing yard work.ReplyCancel

  • rachelgriffith - oh anne.
    how perfect.ReplyCancel

  • Vicky - I tried Minky once and it was awful. You’ve made me want to give Snuggles a try. Just might have to make a Snuggles quilt WITH “tailored” ruffles! :)ReplyCancel

  • Stefanie - Those look like they are soft a butter! I could make an enter wardrobe out of it, just kidding. Maybe at least a dozen quilts for myself :0)

    Enjoy your weekend & I’ll be looking for you on twitter!ReplyCancel

  • auntiepami - I love it. Can’t wait to see your new line!ReplyCancel

  • gerry - Hi Ann- I love your patterns and blog. I was wondering if you would give me permission to name my blog “Rabbits prefer chocolate”? I, like you am a big bunny fan and it seems fitting. I would give you credit for the name and link to your website.

    thank you- gerry burklowReplyCancel

  • amber johnson - Those pleated ruffles are absolutely gorgeous! And, thanks for letting us know how easy Snuggles is to work with. I definitely won’t be scared now.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer - Yummy! That is the best blankie idea ever! I must make one for my daughter–she’ll love it!ReplyCancel

  • Natalia Burgos - Gracias por compartir con nosotros esos truquitos para hacer mas sencillo nuestro trabajo.
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  • Mary H. - You convinced me. I have my snuggle! Did you do any quilting on it? Not sure what to do with it now that I have it. It is sooo gorgeous I don’t want to mess it up!!

    MaryReplyCancel