How to make piping tips Adding in some piping also helped to give the cover a nice shape and definition. Making basic piping: How to make and use piping. Piping can be made ahead of time and stored, just the same way you make bias tape from fabric left-overs and … Continue reading →
Fleece hat Ribbon pattern This free fleece hat ribbon pattern is cute and relatively easy to make! This ribbon hat is adorable on little girls! This fleece project has easy sew options if you have a button-hole phobia. Tip: Make multiple ribbons so you can switch them out to go … Continue reading →
Necktie Top pattern The necktie top pattern features an adorable, 40’s inspired necktie top with a colorful twist. It comes in sizes from 4 to 22 and it is an ideal addition to your fall wardrobe. If you’re looking for inspiration on looks and styles used in the past, there … Continue reading →
Asymmetrical Skirt tutorial If you’ve done any sewing at all, you’ve most likely made a circle skirt or two in your time. They are so appealing because they wonderfully easy, and they flatter most any body shape. This skirt is the twin of circle skirts, however, you use a rectangle … Continue reading →
Handmade baby toys tutorial The tradition of knitting for new babies still continues, but why stop there when you can also create unique toys for a lot less than you can often buy them in posh ‘baby boutiques’. A ‘baby essential’ today: the comfort blanket, soother, or cuddle blanket. … Continue reading →
How to Sew an Invisible Zipper Many new sewers are intimidated by the thought of sewing zippers and especially the invisible zipper. But here’s a big secret – the invisible zipper is the easiest one because no one will see if your stitches are a little bit wonky and it … Continue reading →
Pocket pack tissue cover pattern This quick tutorial how to sew a self-binding Pocket Tissue Pack Cover with an off-set opening includes full cutting dimensions and directions for your choice of a vertical OR horizontal opening. It’s a great pick-me-up and it also makes a great thank you gift, teacher’s … Continue reading →
Skillet handle cover pattern This Skillet handle cover pattern is a great scrap buster. You can use several different materials to line your pan handle holder and protect you from the heat like fusible fleece. Or you could use an old wool blanket, a scrap of an old towel, any material that will help … Continue reading →
Key ring zipper pouch pattern Sometimes you don’t need a big bag. Just something small enough to take a lip balm and a few notes and coins. Uses just a tiny amount of fabric, so its a great scrap buster project.Key ring zipper pouch features:*Finished size – about 3.5 long, … Continue reading →
Maxi Skirt pattern There are basically two types of maxi skirt – a low volume skirt that is not gathered and basically looks like a long nearly straight skirt when worn, and a gathered maxi skirt, which has a lot more volume to it and gathers either at the waist or hips. … Continue reading →
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