How to sew with piping There’s something about this simple trim that adds such a look of sophistication to handmade clutches, dresses and pants. Plus, piping lets you use contrasting fabrics while keeping your garments looking professional. Piping can be scary for new sewists. But it’s not! This how to … Continue reading →
Dritz Thermal Thimbles We all need a little stash of some sewing tools. Small tools that make sewing quicker, easier or help me to get a better result. Whenever you want to press small seams, or press details, straps for bags, small folds etc – your fingers are right there … Continue reading →
Gizmo wallet pattern This gizmo wallet pattern wallet was created to hold your phone, MP3 player, credit cards, USB’s, money and anything else that meets your needs. Find the gizmo wallet pattern and instructions to sew here. Pattern by Anais at Art gallery fabrics.
Easter Sewing projects This is a super cute, easy chick softie to do for your Easter sewing projects and stuff in a kid’s basket! Just want to gift a Spring surprise? It would make a fun shirt applique or bean bag toy too. You could make several and have an … Continue reading →
Chiffon cardigan pattern This is a lovely, loose, delicate chiffon cardigan, perfect for warm Spring days. It’s so breezy you could even wear this in the summer, especially in the evenings. You could make this cardigan in just an hour if you’re good at cutting chiffon. The hardest part of this cardigan … Continue reading →
Microwave potato bag sewing instructions If you’re a potato fan these Microwave potato bag swing instructions will get you thrilled. This is a simple to make project, so easy to sew up. A great project for your fat quarters and 45 minutes to yourself. Find the Microwave potato bag sewing instructions over … Continue reading →
How to serge minky fabric If you’re struggling wiht getting minky fabric to behave in your Serger this how to serge minky fabric tutorial will make a great starting point. As minky is a knit, more thinck fabric require learning and keeping in mind a few techniques. Here’s how to … Continue reading →
Baby Pilot cap tutorial Babies need to be kept warm, and a good hat provides that extra warmth they need to feel comfortable. The Baby Pilot Cap tutorial provides the perfect baby hat, as it is constructed with flat, itch-free seams with cozy knit fabric. The chin ties keep the cap securely on … Continue reading →
Mug rug tutorial This mug rug tutorial features something a little different you might not have tried before – paper piecing. Perfect size to try this technique out, or super quick little project if you are already skilled. You can also use the paper-piecing pattern and tutorial to make more spools … Continue reading →
Running belt tutorial If you love to exercise, but hate wearing an arm band this running belt tutorial is the perfect solution for you. This handy belt will eliminate all of the arm sweat and slippage, and make running a more enjoyable and safer experience. Here’s where you can find … Continue reading →
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