I love using things from around the home, like mason jars to store small sewing supplies. So I’m so excited to share this pincushion jar project with you! Tonya from Make and Takes will show us all how to turn…
When I first saw this adorable panel print designed by Cori Dantini for Blend fabrics, I knew just how I wanted to use it. It’s called Good Company. There are 4” squares with the most delightful woodland animals… foxes, birds, squirrels, owls and a hedgehog!
All that’s required to make this beautiful sunglasses case (or glasses case) is a few supplies and an embroidery machine with a 5×7 or larger hoop! You’ll love the fast and easy (and free) in the hoop (ITH) embroidery design that is customizeable with fabric, thread, and even different embroidery designs.
A friend of mine had a birthday last week and this is what I made her, along with a matching 2 Sided Zip to carry her iPhone in. Make your own Quilted Party Pennant using my free sewing tutorial!
If you’ve never used one of these fabulous little thread catcher and pincushion, then you’re in for a treat! They are fast and easy and so handy. Lorrie from Lorrie Nune Maker has shared a great tutorial for making these and I’s so excited to tell you about it.
Are you getting ready to travel again? Use this free sewing pattern to make a beautiful little case to carry your passport and essential documents without lots of fuss. It can be worn cross body style and is big enough to carry a small wallet if you need to.
I’m so excited to share with you something that I have been working on all year… a video course!
I get ‘sew’ annoyed at most zipper bag tutorials because I end up with pinched corners at the top that never look right.
I have to admit that it bothered me so much I couldn’t sleep one night. I layed in bed trying to picture how to make a zipper pouch the had beautifully sewn top corners.
Sew a cute pet leash using the scraps from the last quilt you made! This works great with the scraps from ANY quilt, and makes a great leash for your dog, cat, llama, or iguana!
Yesterday I was itching to sew something cute and quick. Oh, and it had to be useful too!
I decided to see if I could make two dumpling-shaped Pochi Pouches using two fat quarters – and it worked.
Unleash the magic!
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