These aren’t your standard oven mitts (oven gloves if you are from the UK). I get fed up with burning my wrists on the upper shelf when I take things out of the oven, so these are drafted extra long in the arm to make sure your wrists and arms … Continue reading
The Jeans pocket cushion tutorial will show you how to feature a jean’s pocket on the front of a cushion and how to finish the back with a simple envelope enclosure. Take a pair of old denim jeans, add some coordinating fabric and you have a cushion that costs next to nothing. … Continue reading
How to sew ruffled curtains Ruffled curtains are all the rage right now. The end result is gorgeous, but the time that it takes to get there is more than anyone could spare. A simple version to sewing your very own ruffle curtains. Click on over to see how to … Continue reading
How to add minky to rag quilts tutorial Learn how to add minky to the back of rag quilts (or any quilts for that matter). It is really simple, and quick project. Don’t be intimidated by minky! This tutorial can be found here.
Learn how to sew a ruffled flower rag quilt pattern This is a really fun project, inspired by all the beautiful flowers popping around (and not only on the fields). The ruffled flower rag quilt pattern is sure to beautify any room. Find the pattern and tutorial here.
Learn how to sew a simple strip rag quilt with some bonus instructions on how to quilt and bind the quilt. This quilt is really fun to make. It is quick, it’s simple yet not your everyday rag quilt. I’m loving the coziness this quilt inspires. Plus the colorful pattern … Continue reading
Budding Baby Bunting Blanket tutorial The Budding Baby Bunting Blanket is the perfect keepsake blanket for your little one. What makes it so special? You are using those special baby photos to create the bunting on the blanket. This will be a blanket that they can enjoy when they are … Continue reading
Showcase your favorite coordinating prints with this modern hexagon table runner pattern. So easy to do and looks fabulous! Here’s a little tip: order a variety of fat quarters, all different, have them printed and then make a blanket out of it! It will look like you used a lot of … Continue reading
Be bang up to date with this Nautical Mug Rug pattern also known as a place mat. It seems nautical is always in fashion. Want to make one yourself, or one similar? Great! Instructions and the template to download are linked below. Is this your first time with … Continue reading
If sometimes when sewing you end up buying just a little extra fabric for a project, a quarter or a third of a yard in case you make a mistake, don’t throw the extra pieces. They are too small to do much with, but their long and thin nature … Continue reading