This fabric first aid kit can be used when traveling, going outdoors, or for your kids when they have a field trip. It is better to be safe than sorry. So what are you waiting for? Sew your personalized first aid kit and put your medicines, sanitizers, tissue, Band-aids and other … Continue reading →
Are you creative enough to add some unique designs in your favorite hat? Get the FREE template for a floral trucker hat and try your creativity. A good idea to make one as a gift for your loved ones who like hats, too! Check the FREE template HERE.
Here’s a step by step photo and video tutorial for how to make a knot bunny lovey/comforter for babies. They’re super quick and easy to make and perfect for beginning sewers and experienced sewers too, of course! The best thing of all…babies would absolutely love them! Make the knot bunny … Continue reading →
Easter is about a month away– just the right amount of time to make one or more of these long-legged rabbits. In reality, this project should take a few hours using the instructions. Download and print the free pattern and start to sew your long-legged rabbit!
Learn how to sew this unique cactus pincushion! You can add this to your sewing area as a decorative stuff, too. Grab this opportunity to avail the FREE pattern with a video tutorial on how to make one.
Whether you’re beachside sipping mojitos, out shopping your local farmers market, or knee high in farm muck; you’ll want to make and wear this season’s must-have accessory – the Floppy Fedora Hat! Get the FREE pattern HERE.
The Sunday Bag was designed to be like a lazy Sunday afternoon- A Blank Canvas. The design was created to be simple; a beginner sew, but an open canvas for those that like to add their own creativity. This little Everything Bag features a slip pocket on the front, a … Continue reading →
Stitch your kids an adorable soft monkey toy that will keep them entertained for hours. This plush companion by Corinne Bradd is perfect for play dates and nap time. His fun features include a spiral tail, contrasting body and felt face. Your child will treasure their fabric friend, so why … Continue reading →
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