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 →
Christmas is nearly here! I love the Christmas holiday season. So many excuses to sew fun Christmas projects. While my kids are older now, I still enjoy it and love to find fun stuff to sew. Who knows, eventually I’ll be able to do it for my grandkids, I hope, … Continue reading →
This is the vampire cape pattern, a perfect sewing project for the upcoming cold, grey, lazy sewing October days. Making Halloween outfits for older teenagers is very hard these days. The media, tv shows and movies often have children overly sexualized, preying upon the need for kids to belong to … Continue reading →
Do You Need to Make Some Halloween Costumes for Kids? Well, its that time of year again. I wanted to get this roundup out to you so you have plenty of time. Halloween is just around the corner and if your kids are anything like mine used to be, they … Continue reading →
We have come to the end of our Mug Rug of the Month Pattern series. For the last one, I’m sharing these simple, yet pretty fall flowers. Since you are my creative friend, you already know you can swap out the fabrics and turn them into spring flowers. How fun! I … Continue reading →
Happy 4th of July! Here are some fun summer sewing ideas! The US Independence Day holiday on the 4th of July every year is nearly here. The holiday is one of the most anticipated celebrations of the year in the United States. If you’re from the US or even if … Continue reading →
Why Do We Celebrate Easter? The Easter holiday is nearly upon us and so too, nearly spring! What a great time to sew some bright spring colors. I’ve put together a new list of Fun & Easy Easter Sewing Projects that I think you might like. Why Does the Date … Continue reading →
Wearing the Green St Patrick’s Day is nearly upon us falling this year on Saturday, March 17. As you may know, it’s a tradition on St. Patrick’s Day to wear something green or involving shamrocks. This tradition is known as the “wearing of the green” and dates back hundreds of years. We’ve decided to put together an updated … Continue reading →
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