Looking for a fun new way to organize your sewing supplies? Look no further! The #10 Caddy Pattern from Sew Can She is the perfect little organizational sewing project to get your craft room in order. This carry-all caddy can hold anything from fabric scissors to measuring tape, and it looks so cute on your […]
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Today we have a guest post from Katie of Running With a Glue Gun! Now that the weather’s getting warmer, all we can think about is summer. Katie will show you how to upgrade your denim shorts and give them a stylish makeover! Read on for the full tutorial, and don’t forget to check out Katie’s blog […]
Carolyn Wainscott here, from Carolyn’s Canvas! The sewing room of my dreams is light and bright, neat and organized, pretty and pleasant to the eye. Well, I can dream, can’t I? It’s a work in progress right now. My beads were sorted into one of those small parts cabinets I got at Harbor Freight several […]
Hi! Stephanie from Swoodson Says, back with another softie pattern. I have been on a roll recently – my kids have been “swimming” their merman doll all around and baby sister has been snapping shots with the Little Photographer’s Camera she inherited! This printable sewing pattern is sure to be a hit, too. This little […]
Drawstring bags are easy to sew and can be used for many purposes from storing jewelry to bags for birthdays and holidays. One can be very imaginative in creating these bags from all different sizes to adding embellishments and one’s own style. With this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn how to sew a drawstring bag […]
Looking for a quilting project that’s quick to make but still useful? These Log Cabin Hexi Potholders from Sew Can She are just the thing to give your kitchen a quilted upgrade (and use up your leftover fabric scraps while you’re at it!). You can really go crazy with your free-motion quilting designs on these […]
Summer is coming, and I’m loving the idea of transitioning from winter scarves to lightweight, summery cotton scarves. It’s easy to either make your own or transform a thrift shop purchase to sew your own accessories. These scarves are inspired by the Japanese shibori style. Shibori stems from Japan. It’s a technique which involves folding, […]