DIY Applique onesies How about a Super Easy Valentines Day Project? This DIY applique onesies project is fast and easy, perfect for a child, it doesn’t require special skills or expensive equipment, and you get a lot of bang for your buck. This is where you can find the DIY … Continue reading →
Valentine pincushion February brings lots of red, pink, and hearts! Here is a quick, easy, scrappy Valentine pincushion tutorial for you. This pincushion is on the large side, so it won’t slide down in between the couch cushions, and you can use the tiniest of scraps for the inset patchwork. You … Continue reading →
Zipper pouch tutorial This zipper pouch tutorial features an easy zipper pouch with a washable inside and elastic to hold supplies or oil bottles. Oil cloth material is used for the lining of the bag, great for wiping if you need. The bag has non fusible fleece to help protect … Continue reading →
Free shrug pattern to sew This free shrug pattern to sew looks pretty funky when you look at the pattern. It’s just one piece and hard to make out what it’s going to become. But the sewing is really quick and easy and you’ll be carrying this one around with … Continue reading →
Valentine mug rug tutorial Cute idea for Valentines Day or just for a wedding or anniversary gift idea. Kissing fish and fish bowl template to make a matching pair of kissing fish mug rugs.The fish are made with tiny amounts of fabric, so it’s a great scrap buster! Here is the … Continue reading →
Tulip dress tutorial This project features such a beautiful tulip dress tutorial. Made from a lightweight knit fabric, it has a drapey boxy bodice, and a wrap skirt in the shape of a pretty tulip. You can adjust the shape of the skirt piece if you want to give it … Continue reading →
Serger sewing machine features A serger is a fast sewing machine that produces professionally finished seams because it trims away seam allowances and encases raw edges with an overcast stitch. There is no such thing as the perfect serger model does! It’s all relative! Read here what you should consider … Continue reading →
Baby oxford shoes pattern You gotta love this cute baby oxford shoe pattern, the stitch detail, the layered look and how unique every pair can be. The shoes button at the top although a snap would be fine a button helps them to not come undone. Materials needed: The pattern pieces 1/4 … Continue reading →
Tissue box cover pattern What better way to suffer through a cold than with a cheery tissue box. This tissue box cover pattern has a shallow pocket to hold tea, chapstick, or some cough drops. I think this would also make a nice ‘new neighbor gift’ – maybe pair it … Continue reading →
Ruffle pouch tutorial This simple ruffle pouch tutorial features a cute pouch with a subtly curved shape. But what gives it its depth is a bit of gathering at the bottom. A little difficult because of the curves and French seams, but not terrible. Materials: 1/4 yd. of light to medium … Continue reading →
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