Blanket tails are a popular trend right now, and they’re a great way to keep you toasty on even the coolest evenings! Today I’m sharing an Adult Mermaid Tail Blanket Free Pattern, because why should kids have all the fun?!
Denim is one of my favorite fabrics to wear. It’s also a fabric with endless refashioning possibilities. I upcycled a denim shirt it into a tote bag. Instead of a shirt, using jeans it’s also a great idea. A super easy project that can be finished in about two hours. … Continue reading
How these map burlap pillows are personalized, is by filling out the luggage tag details. I made one of these as a Christmas gift for my sister-in-law. I personalized the pillow with her name and as my husband’s family is from Norway, I’ve put Bergen as the destination.
Here are a few ideas I’ve been meaning to use to make my handmade gifts this year. None of them is time-consuming (no time or energy for week-long sewing projects!), they are suitable for beginners, too (no elaborate tailoring procedures), and they have links to tutorials (a little help is … Continue reading
This zipper pouch tutorial is also perfect for beginner sewists that are not too confident in using zippers on larger projects like skirts, blouses or dresses. Making your own pouches means you get to pick the fabric you like and choose the size you need. MATERIALS: 2 strips of fabric … Continue reading
Make yourself an adorable pincushion with this quick pumpkin pincushion tutorial! This pumpkin stack would also make a great home decor for fall.
You know that a girl can never have to many bags and the more zippers the better! Well now you can chose from more than 30 free zipper pouch tutorials to make sure you find the one that’s just right for you…
Back to school is fun with this pencil-shaped pencil pouch! It’s 3-D, so it fits lots of school materials. The zipper tabs and lining make it look more professional. And optional stencil details make it looks just like a classic #2 pencil or let you personalize it with a name! … Continue reading
The technique sashiko originates from Japan. Centuries ago, Japanese peasants used a running-stitch technique to patch worn clothes. Cloth and thread were scarce and therefore mending highly valuable.
Here’s a terrific project to make a Fringed Bath Mat tutorial to brighten up your bathroom while keeping the floors dry and safe. The project includes a full photo tutorial supported by video demonstrations.