Easy Patchwork Quilt FREE Tutorial The main ingredient in this quilt is the precut collection. Choose the one you love and you’ll love your quilt! And, there is no wrong answer! If you love the fabrics, the quilt will be amazing. What you’ll need: (35) 10″ x 10″ Your Favorite … Continue reading →
Easy Pocket Potholder FREE Sewing Tutorial Besides being simple, this is also a great way to use up some scraps leftover from other projects. What you’ll need: cotton fabric for front and back of potholder Insul-bright insulating batting coordinating thread, sewing machine, needle You might want to check this Ball … Continue reading →
Double Windmill Quilt Free Pattern Windmills- probably it was the Dutch quiltmaker of Colonial days who first introduced them into her quilt. Here is a double windmill-double whichever way you look at it. Materials Outer pinwheel (yellow, orange, green, and blue) – ½ yard of each color Center pinwheel (purple) … Continue reading →
Reversible Placemat with Pockets FREE Sewing Tutorial Store-bought placemats are of course available in plenty. You get all types in all different kinds of fabrics. But, these placemats can never give you the contentment and the happiness of using self-made ones. What you’ll need: Two coordinating medium- weight cotton fabrics … Continue reading →
FREE Fat Quarter Quilt Pattern If you have been searching for a fast and fun quilt pattern to use up your fat quarter stash… here it is! Sew up this beautiful throw quilt using 9 fat quarters plus a little more than a yard of background fabric. For the quilt … Continue reading →
Elephant Doorstop FREE Sewing Pattern and Tutorial Can I show you how to make an elephant doorstop that’s bursting with so much cuteness you won’t want to put it on the floor? What you’ll need: Gray felt Pink felt Decorative scrap fabric Needle, embroidery thread and scissors Straight pins Plastic … Continue reading →
Zero Waste Dish Scrubbers FREE Sewing Tutorial Unsponges are the perfect alternative to plastic sponge scrubbers that you may have used in the past to clean your dirty pans and dishes. You know the thing I mean, a kitchen sponge with a scrubbing side and a sponge to hold. They … Continue reading →
Simple Bricks FREE Quilt Pattern This is Simple Bricks – a fat quarter friendly pattern that sews up quickly since there’s no tricky piecing or seams that need to match up! The finished quilt measures 63″ x 72″ and needs just 11 fat quarters and just over a yard of … Continue reading →
FREE Tutorial: DIY Outdoor Curtains from Drop Cloths Create lovely curtain panels for your patio with this easy tutorial. If you need some shade, this is a great way to add color and shade to your deck. What you’ll need: Drop Cloths Spray paint: Colors: Lagoon, Seaside, and Key Lime … Continue reading →
FizzyWigs Baby Quilt FREE Pattern Amazingly, this quilt results in leftover squares from your Charm Pack! What?! I know! This fabric line (Desert Bloom for Moda) was great with the combination of small pieces and a blank background. This pattern is also great for scraps, because of its scrappy nature. It is … Continue reading →
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