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Andrea and Vicki came over on Monday to do some sewing, eat, gossip, lust over some new lines of fabric. You know, all those things girls do when we get together:) We can always count on Vicki to have the latest and greatest and if you haven’t seen Fig Tree’s new line, Strawberry Fields, then you must run to the quilt store. Sooo pretty and we’ve determined that it matches my kitchen perfectly…hmmm another project? Yikes!

So, back to my title. I was so easily distracted by the sweetness of those fabrics. Now onto the sweetness of gumdrops.

Can’t stop making gumdrops. So easy, so fun. So cool looking!

Andrea made the 24″ one out of Amy Butler fabric and polka dots and mine of course is the OU one:)

Holy tower of gumdrops!

The cubs one is my fave! It’s going on the Esty site along with the kiddie one.

At least these don’t make you fat.

Enjoy the weekend everyone. I’m going to be busy, busy. I’m rearranging and changing so check back next week to see what I’ve been up to!

The SewMod Gumdrop Party was Sunday. We met at Vicki’s house and I wish I had taken a pic of the food bar she had set up where we each made our own calzone and sodas. Kelly brought chocolate chip cookies and Pattie brought gourmet chocolate cupcakes stuffed with marshmallows. I know, you’re hating on me right now for the lack of pics. I’m so sorry!

We had a great time, as usual! Thanks Vicki for being a great hostess!

Meet SuperCool Kelly. She made her gumdrop in a black and tan with a cute polka dot top.

Vicki made a kids one for her nephew Kenny.

Looks like Auntie Vicki is taking a break on your gumdrop Kenny:)

And finally, mine and Paige’s. I used Central Park by Kate Spain and Paige used some calming green prints from her stash. I found hers to be very soothing colors.

These were so easy to¬† make! I’m definitely making more. I think maybe a Cubs one for Russell and an OU Sooners one for the Etsy shop. Wouldn’t that be a fun one!

What’s next you say? How can we top tuffets in February and Gumdrops in March? Well, April’s party is going to be cooking lessons from Kelly’s friend, the chef at Cooking Fools, in downtown Chicago. Unfortunately, I won’t be attending this party but I look forward to Paige’s post and seeing what foods everyone learned to make. I’m sure I’ll be missing a great party…bummer:(

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