I was able to complete one last RV project before the cold weather hit. I made a waterproof patchwork picnic blanket. I noticed that when we are camping that we frequently need both picnic blankets and table cloths. I have a few simple tablecloths in the RV but also wanted … Continue reading →
Now let’s get back to the DIY kids toy: Credits first! This little DIY of mine was inspired by a pin I found on Pinterest: a cute little fabric kids marble maze toy by Serving Pink Lemonade. Thank you, girls, it’s a great idea!
The material for this weeks upcycled Christmas craft was felt from old sweaters. Crafting with felted wool sweaters is lovely, as the fabric doesn’t fray. For my Christmas ornament shapes, I employed my collection of Christmas cookie cutters. This is a fun and easy craft that costs next to nothing … Continue reading →
We are going to make a fringed table runner for your holiday table in under an hour. Hard to believe? Did I mention it’s reversible? The use of burlap or hessian allows us to make the fringe a super simple and elegant way. The quilting cotton makes it reversible and … Continue reading →
With its looping curves and bright sugary colors, ribbon candy is a thing of beauty. I love its old-time Christmas feeling too. What I don’t love is eating it! If we’re talking holiday candy, I’d much rather go for a peppermint candy cane or a chocolaty piece of Hanukkah gelt. … Continue reading →
Today I’m going to share with you one of the first projects that I’ve had the chance to make with my next fabric collection called Wonderland Two (original I know, I thought about calling it Wonderland revisited, but decided in the end just to keep it simple).
I have noticed that monogramming has taken off in a BIG way in the last few years. Another trend that my daughter turned me on to last year is the cork trend. It seems that there is cork popping up everywhere lately. It’s a fun trend that I have no problem … Continue reading →
Need a good, stay-put, headband with ear flaps that will protect your kid’s head this fall during outdoors play (but will not make him sweat)? Grab a piece of jersey from your fabric stash and head over to my free tutorial. You’ll have your perfect earwarmer headband made in no … Continue reading →
A winter hat with faux fur trim will be the perfect accessory for those cold winter days ahead. The amount of fur you will need is very little, which makes this the perfect project if you have never worked with fur before. This is a super cool and adorable winter … Continue reading →
Bias tape is something that is often used in sewing for binding necklines and armholes or finishing raw edges. As its name suggests, bias tape is a long strip of fabric that’s been cut on the bias of fabric (diagonally across the grain of the fabric). Because it is cut … Continue reading →
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