The excitement of Easter Break is fast approaching and with it comes the welcome sight of kids collecting Easter eggs in the garden, grandchildren coming to visit and families and friends gathering around the table to share a meal or as they used to say, “break bread” together. The tradition … Continue reading →
It’s Amy from Nap Time Crafters and Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop stopping in today. I love the holidays so I’m thrilled to be participating in this fun series. Today I have a tutorial and FREE pattern for Christmas stockings to share with you. I want these to last a long time … Continue reading →
Making an easy Christmas decoration is a great way to get the kids involved in decorating the house for the holidays. One of my most happy Christmas memories is sitting down with my kids to make some decorations. Of course, I would have already done the stitching and some of the more … Continue reading →
When I sat down to make these hats I wanted to make something simple to recreate but something that could easily be customized. These would make the perfect props for Holiday photos or simple handmade favors for a Holiday party!! To make your own elf hat, you will need: Felt (green and … Continue reading →
For generations, the humble Christmas Tree has graced the homes of families across the world. Year after year decorations are laced over them and presents piled up under them. But how many know the long, and perhaps ancient, history of the Christmas Tree? Today we’ll take a look into the … Continue reading →
Here’s a free pattern and tutorial for a “no hang” Christmas stocking. If like me, you don’t have a fireplace (and don’t feel like drilling holes in the walls) but you still have kids and family who love the tradition of Christmas stockings filled with small presents, this might be … Continue reading →
Have you started your Christmas sewing yet? A great place to start is with a new Christmas tree skirt. So why do we have Christmas trees anyway? If you ever wondered about this question, you can find out a lot more on this topic by following the link below. A … Continue reading →
We are going to make a fringed table runner for your holiday table in under an hour. Hard to believe? Did I mention it’s reversible? The use of burlap or hessian allows us to make the fringe a super simple and elegant way. The quilting cotton makes it reversible and … Continue reading →
This is the tutorial for the Easter bunny clothing I promised a week or so ago. The outfits for this adorable pair are very easy to make. Both bunnies will fit perfectly inside the Easter Egg. I hope you use your imagination and the scraps of fabric that you … Continue reading →
I call her “Daisy” the fabric Easter bunny because the daisy flower she represents brings a smile when you stumble upon a hill full of them. Now imagine the face of your child or grandchild when the Easter eggs open and here comes Daisy out ready to play. That would … Continue reading →
You’ll love this tutorial if you’re looking for something different for this Easter. It’s a kind of Fabric Easter Egg made with fabric scraps and it has a zipper, so you can put a surprise toy inside. This is a wonderful project for beginners but it would also be fun … Continue reading →
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