If anyone is in dire need of some apron patterns, it’s me. My kitchen looks like a tornado went off in it after I attempt a new recipe. Melted butter is spattered on the stovetop. A lone, uncooked piece of rigatoni is crushed underfoot. Somehow an egg has been pulverized over the countertop even though I […]
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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 […]
Carolyn Wainscott here, wishing all of you crafters a happy crafting year! My first 2020 project for you here at Seams and Scissors is a quick heart-shaped mug Rug ror your BFF. Simply sew fabric tubes and weave them together like we used to when making those yarn potholders—remember those? My BFFs include my two […]
When the weather gets chilly, there’s only one thing I can think of: warm food. I’m talking hearty stews, apple pies, my mom’s homemade stuffing—anything that makes me feel toasty on the inside while I’m freezing on the outside. However, no cook is complete without their #1 accessory: the apron! A trusty apron has saved […]
With leftover scraps, you can make an adorable apron to gift to a lucky friend, whether it be for a birthday, the holiday season, or just because! If it’s a holiday gift, you could make this apron in holiday colors, but more general fabric can be used all year long. Our friends at Westcott bring […]
Hey everyone! Katie from Punk Projects here! Today I wanted to share with you guys a tutorial for making this felt apron. Fruit is all the rage right now in both the crafting and fashion world—watermelons, pineapples, citrus slices, etc. I created this apron to look like both a watermelon slice and a grapefruit slice. […]