Sew up an adorable turkey table runner just in time for Thanksgiving dinner. This free table runner pattern includes easy piecing and applique methods. The small size makes it a quick little project.
Sew a Christmas Tree wall hanging and put some holiday love in any room in the house!
To make this beautiful holiday decor piece, I used an easy Quilt-as-You-Go technique that is shown in step by step photos below. Anyone can do it! It’s the same technique that I used on my Quilted Tree Skirt.
Get crafty and sew up the most adorable gift bags ever! These gift bags are made out of felt along with some cotton fabric and wired ribbon to make the bag handles. They are a great size for small presents and gifts at 5’’ tall and 6’’wide (not including the handles). This blog tutorial includes free PDF templates for all of the pieces. I’m also sharing a .SVG file for Cricut and Silhouette users.
Sew up a beautiful Irish Chain Quilt with a Christmas theme! This free pattern is for a generous 77’’ x 77’’ size throw quilt, but you could easily make it larger or smaller. There are two main blocks that I use in an alternating pattern – plus red and cream colored sashing.
It’s been a beautiful fall week and I’ve been sewing for the holidays that are fast approaching! I just couldn’t resist this Joyful Christmas Pillow from Ali at Arabesque Scissors. The quilting technique she shares in this fast and sun tutorial is awesome…it makes the letters pop right off the pillow!
I probably should have given this quilt a better name. On the day I made it the design reminded me of Candy Corn! It’s a fall quilt for me, but it doesn’t have to be. I’m sure it would make an adorable Christmas quilt too.
Let me go re-make it on EQ8 and see…
Sew up a darling holiday quilt to keep you and your loved ones cozy all season long!
The Little Trees Quilt isn’t just for Christmas, though. Pine trees are evergreen – so this sweet quilt can be enjoyed during any season, don’t you think?
These owls are one of my favorite projects ever! Have you ever sewn something that makes you so excited that you just want to sew another and another? Well that happened to me with these owls!
<img src=”https://sewcanshe.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/DSC_0903.jpg” alt=”DSC_0903.jpg”> It’s almost fall and boy am I ready for the change in season! As I was searching for free sewing patterns and ideas for fall, I came across this one and fell in love with these cute…
<img src=”https://sewcanshe.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/bunny-treat-bags-3.jpg” alt=”bunny-treat-bags-3.jpg” /> I’m so delighted to be able to show you how I made these fun little bunny treat bags for my kid’s Easter baskets. This tutorial is super easy and super fast – using fabric charm squares!…