Free Coaster Tutorials & Patterns for All Occasions

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Hi! Stephanie from Swoodson Says, sharing a round-up of free coaster tutorials and patterns. Coasters are fun to sew for a bunch of reasons – they are great for busting scraps, everyone can use them, they are quick to sew, and there is lots of room for personalization and embellishment. … Continue reading

My Caribbean Carnivale Bright Quilt Top

All the bright and crazy colors of the Caribbean combined in a single easy quilt for beginners. Don't like it bright? You can make this from any 6 inch strips.

I love living here in the Caribbean.  The sunshine, the relaxed lifestyle, no income taxes and of course the color. Bright color everywhere.  From the ocean and beaches, to the homes, the beach bars, the tourist attractions, (the tourists themselves!) and the wonderful bright and colorful nature of our islands. … Continue reading

Christmas stockings patterns, simple and super!

The best free patterns for all sorts, shapes and sizes of Christmas Stockings

I thought Christmas stockings were simple red felt things to hang over the fire. Turns out I was wrong. As usual I was astounded by the creative ways you have been jazzing up your stockings. You really have to scroll through these pictures, just to appreciate the sheer genius, and … Continue reading

R2D2 Inspired Apron Pattern – Sew Your Own Droid!

Squeal! A chance to show my geeky side and my love of Sci-Fi with this free apron pattern. Running to the fabric shop right now!

So there are probably two scenarios.  Either you have seen this and are squealing and jumping around with glee, or you just don’t get it and think I’ve lost my senses at last. Probably the latter. It’s not exactly my usual style. For those of you excited and already running … Continue reading

Potholders with pockets – QAYG fun for fall

Ideal for beginners. Full video tutorial on how to make a quilt as you go scrappy pot holder with binding. Anyone can do it!

Every now and again an older project needs a facelift.  (Don’t we all!) My kitchen accessories are no exception.  I’ve made plenty of potholders in the past, but I’m a messy cook and they get dirty, then stained, maybe even a little burned on the stove and of course washed … Continue reading

How To Make A Baby Quilt

Hi everyone!  It’s Jann from Newton Custom Interiors again.  I love sewing for my  grandchildren, and I especially love sewing something for them when they’re newborns.  Today, I’m going to share with you how to make a baby quilt.  This is what I made for my newest grandson when he … Continue reading