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Tasha Horsley
Artisitic, fabric loving SAHM of 4 energetic and adorable boys and 1 darling little girl AND the wife of an incredibly smart software developer.
Interests: sewing, drawing, stitching, decorating, taking pictures, family activities, baking, shopping, chocolate!
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Hello! I'm thrilled to have been asked to take part in the Flora and Fawn Blog Tour! This fabric is gorgeous in color, detail and design and has the most beautiful deer print that I just adore! My talented friend, Amanda Herring of Amanda Herring Design, is the artist behind this pretty collection. I chose to make a dress for my daughter and couldn't be happier with the results. Best part is that my daughter loves it too! She thought I probably wished I had a dress like this when I was a little girl. Yes, I would have! It's... Continue reading
Posted Nov 20, 2017 at alittlesweetness
This has been such a delightful couple of weeks for me to see some beautiful projects made with my newest line, Pixie Noel. I'm so beyond grateful for those who have dedicated time to make something for the blog tour! Thank you! Today is my turn, along with Christine from and Kerry from I'm so excited to share a few things with you! I have 3 new embroidery patterns in in the shop that will match the fabric line, and probably a couple more to come along in the coming months before Christmas. The first pattern is Pixie... Continue reading
Posted Jul 29, 2016 at alittlesweetness
Ha Ha! Thank you Linda! :)
I'm so honored and thrilled to have my new fabric collection, Vintage Market, featured over on the beautiful Violette Field Threads blog as part of their Fabric Love series! I've admired Violette Fields Threads' unique, classy, vintage modern pattern styles for a few years now and absolutely love the little outfits they've created using my Vintage Market fabric collection. I'm 100% totally and completely smitten with the Kate dress using my Navy Stripe Border print. Sigh.... I sincerely want this dress for my daughter, so crossing fingers I can get one made! Isn't that just the sweetest thing?! LOVE! And... Continue reading
Posted Jun 25, 2015 at alittlesweetness
I'm so excited to be part of the Riley Blake Spring Blog Tour! As you've noticed, I don't really blog much, but I know a lot of you still do and still enjoy reading blogs, so it's another fun way to be able to connect every once in a while. If you're interested in keeping up with me on an *almost* daily basis you can follow me on Instagram :) My new fabric line, Vintage Market, is set to release in June. It was recently shown at the spring International Quilt Market just last week! I had fun making a... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2015 at alittlesweetness
This was quite the work in progress for me, being my first attempt and experience creating and putting together a quilt pattern. Whew! I go MUCH slower than the average human being of course, but goodness that's a lot of work! I'm sincerely impressed with these pattern designers that just whip em out like nothing! Jeepers! Anyway, super fun and really glad I did it! I learned a few things in case there is EVER a next time. But we'll see about that. :) So, my new pattern is called Blueberry Bliss because it's just full of blueberry happiness! I've... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2014 at alittlesweetness
Hello! Today I'm happy to announce the winner of a Little Red Riding Hood patchwork quilt kit! Chosen randomly.... It's...... Taryn Hawkins who said... Oh I would LOVE to win this quilt kit!! I just had my little girl 3 weeks ago and I would love to make this adorable Little Red quilt for her! Little Red Riding Hood was one of the first books that I bought for her when we found out we were expecting a girl! Taryn, you have no link here, so PLEAAAASE contact me at [email protected] so I can get your address and send this... Continue reading
Posted Mar 29, 2014 at alittlesweetness
I know this is so long overdue, but I've had a few requests for this recently, so I figured it would be useful for perhaps a couple more of you out there. This is a quilt I made for Spring Market 2013 for my Little Red Riding Hood line and it's so simple and fun! The finished quilt is approx. 46.5" x 52.5". Perfect baby or toddler size. Here's a tutorial for anyone who might be interested: Needed Materials: (64) 5" charm squares - (a Little Red charm pack has 24 pieces) I cut my squares from yardage. If you... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2014 at alittlesweetness
I was recently asked by Riley Blake if I was interested in being featured in their monthly mailer to share my sewing studio and any Country Girls projects I was working on with their customers. Yep, of course I was! So I spiffed up my studio and sent off some photos! Wanna see too? Well it wasn't quite as easy as it sounds, especially since we haven't been in the house very long and the little sewing space still needed some TLC. Paint was the first thing on my list! Thanks to a sweet friend I got it done super... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2014 at alittlesweetness
I've waited a long time to show you this line! Country Girls missed going to market by a hair, but it's perfect now and I'm happy it's here! Well, almost. It's available in January 2014! Not sure if that's the beginning, middle or end at this point, but nevertheless....very soon! Yay! This line is really fun because it mixes the red and aqua with the navy, pink and green. You can get lots of different combinations! This line was inspired my love of all things country. To be more specific....Little House on the Prairie, Gingham Girls paper dolls and Holly... Continue reading
Posted Dec 12, 2013 at alittlesweetness
During the summer I had a sweet shop owner in Australia email me some pictures a customer had sent to her, showing what she had made with the Little Red Riding Hood fabrics she purchased from her shop. The shop owner passed them along to me as well as the link to the blog of the lady that made these adorable outfits. It truly brightened my day and I'm in love with these cute photographs! I hope you love them too! All photographs are from The Toffee Tree blog! In LOVE with these gray pants! Now how adorable are those?!... Continue reading
Posted Dec 4, 2013 at alittlesweetness
Hello friends! I know I have been so out of the loop for awhile but I really appreciate visitors, new and old, and I'd love to be able to say THANK YOU! by offering a little sale in my etsy shop! Simply enter COUPON CODE: CYBER20 for 20% off your entire purchase! The sale will continue thru Friday, Dec. 6th. THANK YOU! :) Have a wonderful week! Tasha Continue reading
Posted Dec 2, 2013 at alittlesweetness
love the mini's! go jarom!
Toggle Commented Nov 27, 2013 on A little something at Simplify
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It's been a very long while since I last posted here, but my little summer break kinda extended over just a tad. During the summer the opportunity came up for us to move to Arizona and so we went for it. Our life became much different and focused in a new direction. A wonderful little whirlind began for our family.... We arrived in Arizona at the beginning of October and so far we are loving it! We've enjoyed the new sights and warm weather. The kids are slowly adjusting and hopefully they've all had a little fun here and there.... Continue reading
Posted Nov 26, 2013 at alittlesweetness
adorable mittens and i love your christmas cards!
Toggle Commented Nov 18, 2013 on diy :: felt mitten pattern at nanaCompany
what beautiful cards! i loved minted and wanted to order from them this year since i noticed them too late last year! have a wonderful holiday season! :)
Ok just want to test a post via my phone. Continue reading
Posted Aug 1, 2013 at alittlesweetness
I think I've demonstrated very well after the last 2 markets that I need at least 2 weeks before I'm even partially ready to do anything that doesn't absolutley HAVE to be done. (sorry blog!) After I'm done vegging out for a minimum of 3 days, my focus turns so much to the ongoings of family life and then bit by bit, the necessesities of running a business sneak back in. I absolutley love what I do, I feel so blessed, so lucky, so honored to be a part of this fabulous and fun industry. I love it all, it's... Continue reading
Posted Jun 3, 2013 at alittlesweetness
Hello my sweet friends!! Thank you so much for your comments... You have again made me blush and feel so loved! It gives me great enthusiasm going into market and I appreciate it so much. I really wish I could send fabric to each of you!! THANK YOU!! And now.... My winner is KATHLEEN O'GRADY! Who said... Your fabric is sooo cute! I would love to make some little girl dresses and a quilt, a pillow would be adorable and a tote with some sweet embroidery. Oh, I could go on and on. Thanks for the chance to win! Kathleen,... Continue reading
Posted May 10, 2013 at alittlesweetness
I've just completed a couple of quilts for market, which is coming up sooner than I can say 'Little Red Riding Hood'. It's in just 11 days and I leave in an even shorter 9! eeek and yay!! I'm very excited and at the same time wondering/hoping if I'll be ready. Crossing my fingers over here. I've made a simple patchwork incorporating my border print, which I'll have a tutorial for on my blog shortly after market. I used Little Scallops in aqua for the backing... And Little Floral in white for the's so cute! The chevron quilt is... Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2013 at alittlesweetness
A few months ago we had the cutest little baby twins join our extended family! Even better, it's a boy and a girl and they are simply adorable and sweet. These fabrics are from my line The Simple Life, with a few others from my stash mixed in. Girl bunting baby blanket.... I decided on a simple design, but with just the right amount of extra cuteness added with the patchwork strips between the sections of bunting fabric. My extra fabrics included some Pam Kitty Love, Doohikey Designs, Annies Farmstand and Lecien. ( I think I'm right on those...) ;)... Continue reading
Posted Apr 24, 2013 at alittlesweetness
This granny quilt was always intended to be my daughters 'baby quilt'. I just happened to have started it when she was about 2 and I've finally finished it just after she has turned 4. At least she has it to keep for forever now. :) On purpose I used lots of floral fabrics, little animals and little girls. :) When Ava was a baby, her nursery was red, pink and aqua, so I kept with that same color palette, but adding gray. I used Annie's Farm Stand pink circle buds for backing and Lecien basics for the binding. I'll... Continue reading
Posted Apr 15, 2013 at alittlesweetness
Hi Gina! Yes! I had this invitation from your order! Im so glad because it made it really quick for me! ;). Miss Strawberry is actually in The Simple Life fabric. You just have to look for her, but shes there. :) Sent from my iPhone
Toggle Commented Apr 9, 2013 on a country picnic party at alittlesweetness
it's perfect amy!
A few weeks ago we celebrated Ava's 4th Birthday. As most of you know, she came after 4 boys in our family, so of course I loved the opportunity to do something girly here. We keep a lot of birthdays simple around here, so it's been since she turned 1 that I put together a party for her. To be quite honest, I tend to get a little overwhelmed with the party planning process, so I'm generally just fine with the simple option. However, with Ava being 4, she's very aware and definitley wanted a party. I totally admit, I... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2013 at alittlesweetness