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What is the big deal about the new Cricut Maker? And how can you use it to make your sewing projects? Check out our post for the details and overall impression on how the Cricut Maker can fit in as the newest tool in your sewing area.
Free pattern and tutorial for a fold over, minimalist wallet with snaps and elastic pockets. Made with leather or vinyl, this simple and quick wallet can hold your cash and credit cards. Free pattern and SVG included and there is also a video tutorial on how to set up your project for the Cricut Maker in Design Space.
Learn to make your own Beabag cover with this tutorial using Fur from Shannon Fabrics.
Learn how to use your scraps to make these eco-friendly and fun fabric reversible bowl covers.
Need a fun and creative way to use up your fabric scraps? This tutorial will walk you through weaving fabric to make a beatiful cube design.
Nacole shows us all how to do a high/low hem modifcation.
Merav shares her version of the Harbor Dress by Little Lizard King as a Peplum Top.
Hey Hey..... today I am going to talk to you about THREAD and how it is the best notion in your arsenal. You don't have to have fancy machines to do amazing things with thread, but if you DO have fancy machinery and aren't using it.... dust it off and let it show you all the beauty it contains!
Follow along as Merav turns the cap sleeve crossover into a long sleeve dress fit for Chicago winters.
Ho!Ho!Ho!!!! The big day creeps a little closer as we tick off the dates on the calendar waiting for Christmas day to arrive. If you are anything like me, you may only be half way through your Holiday decorating....and if that is the case, you are going to love today's tutorial. With a little bit of trim and an ounce of creativity, you can boost the Jolly ten fold in your home this season! So start looking through your ribbon bin, and read Rebekah's great tutorial to create your own Santa Pillow!
Crystal shares her tutorial to turn the new Rosamary Pinafore into a dress.
Stretch those pattern dollars for Back to school by taking your favorite top and transforming it into a back to school Dress. Today Crystal share a a great tutorial for a Fiddlehead Dress!!!