I’m so excited about this new development on Sew Can She, I could jump up and down. I’ve been wanting our site to have its own little search engine for quite a while now, and finally we do.
So go ahead, visit the Search Page, think of something you’d like to make, and search for it!
Or is there something you once saw featured and now you can’t remember where to find it? Use our new search!
Some of my favorite searches are ‘ruffle,’ ‘bag,’ and ‘quilt.’ I love seeing those adorable tutorials again!
Today’s just the first day, and we’re still working on making sure everything in the archives is properly tagged for searching. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for ways you would like to search. It will get better and better, but for now let’s just celebrate the search!
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My husband snapped this picture laaaate one night when we finally finished connecting and installing my 36 1/2 foot long sewing desk. Isn’t it beautiful? I feel so lucky. I now have room to set up all of my machines (sewing machines, sergers, & coverstitch), plus my laptop. And there is even room for a kid to sit and do homework, yay!
I think this little basket has been such a popular project because 1) it’s easy! 2) it’s a perfect scrap-buster, and 3) the finished project is something you can definitely use. I mean, who doesn’t want a little more organization…
We’re spending a year making gorgeous quilt blocks using the classic patterns and fresh modern fabrics from Anna Griffin and Blend Fabrics! Last month we made the Dutchman’s Puzzle Block and before that the Churn Dash Block and the Friendship Star. This month I’m so excited to make two blocks and put them together: the Nine Patch and the Snowball blocks! As we go along you can search for ‘classic’ in the search box above to access all of the posts.
Here’s the fourth design in my SewCanShe Applique of the month club. I’m having so much fun bringing them to you and you can find them all in my (all free) Craftsy shop . I’m calling these designs my ‘Far Away Forest’ Collection because they were inspired by Russian folk tales.
Learn easy techniques for free motion quilting with rulers on a real quilt! So many of you have me for asked for more information about quilting with rulers, so when I sat down to quilt my Jumping Jax Rainbow quilt, I set up my camera to show you how I did it.