The Cool It Can Cozy pattern is the Caribbean equivalent of the coffee cozy! Even better, its really quick and easy to sew as well. It makes a great gift for the guy or the geek in your life (and we all have one of two of those around the house). Find the … Continue reading →
Decorative pillows are such an easy way to update your space. You can quickly change out or add new colors to your decor simply by adding a few throw pillows to your couch, chairs or bedding. This step-by-step how to make decorative pillows is a two part tutorial and can be found … Continue reading →
With Summer time comes a lot of ice cold beverage and therefore a lot of puddle around our glasses. A regular coaster is not always a great idea as it can’t beat the puddle up but these ScrapBusters coaster set does the job very easily. The bright colors are also … Continue reading →
I couldn’t resist posting this Princess Hooded Towel Tutorial. It is just too cute, and I know isn’t just for bath time. I can see this the all time favorite at the pool or beach, or even just running around playing. Give the princess, or prince, their crown with this … Continue reading →
My potholders always get so messy and raggedy. I am always looking for new ones but rarely remember that when I am at the store. These are the perfect solution. Quick, easy, and will help empty the remnants basket. These would make a nice Valentine’s gift for your daughters or … Continue reading →
Whether you put this beautiful Valentine’s wreath on your front door or hang it inside it’s sure to add a touch of love to your house. This tutorial will guide you through the steps to make a Fabric Flower Valentine Wreath – and you only need beginner … Continue reading →
There’s no need for multiple aprons when you can make one that serves every chef in your house.This tutorial will show you how to make an apron with a front pocket that can hold your utensils (or eyeglasses) as you walk around your kitchen. Because the apron size can be … Continue reading →
Is it chilly where you live? If so, you’ll love this heating pad pattern with photo play by play I found from TitiCrafty by Camila. It’s super easy and includes a pocket to add filler. I added lavender so I have not only a great, soft, flexible heating pad … Continue reading →
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