Sunshine Reading Pillow Tutorial with Shannon Fabrics

Sunshine Reading Pillow Tutorial with Shannon Fabrics

Today we are sharing a fun tutorial to make a sunshine reading pillow using Cuddle fabric from Shannon Fabrics.

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How to Make Pillows and a Blanket with Shannon Fabrics

How to Make Pillows and a Blanket with Shannon Fabrics

We are back again today with another tutorial and some fun creations using Shannon Fabrics.  This project creates some more sophisticated accessories for Rachel's daughter but also maintain their practicality and washability.

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Hooded Towel and Burp Cloths with Shannon Fabrics

Hooded Towel and Burp Cloths with Shannon Fabrics

We are back again today with some more amazing fabric and a project using Shannon Fabrics and a free Shannon Fabrics pattern. Today we have the Embossed Teal Arrow Cuddle, Lemon Cuddle, Lime Terry Cloth made into some perfectly adorable baby accessories.

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The Houndstooth Quilt by Mod Kid:

The Houndstooth Quilt by Mod Kid:

Today Maryanna sews up the Houndstooth Quilt by Modkid.  Maryanna used coordinating fabrics to make this an pink ombre look in time for Valentines day.  

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Halloween Sewing: Hocus Pocus featuring patterns from Made for Mermaids and Foo Foo Threads

Halloween Sewing: Hocus Pocus featuring patterns from Made for Mermaids and Foo Foo Threads

Today Nichole is turning her girls into Winifred and Sarah from Hocus Pocus.  Using patterns from Made for Mermaids and Foo Foo Threads, these costume are really spot on.  

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Flit and Bloom Fabrics Blog Tour

Flit and Bloom Fabrics Blog Tour

Today we are sharing Sarah's adorable dress made from the newest fabric line from Patty Young and Riley Blake Fabrics: Flit and Bloom. 

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Scrap Swap 2017: Fabric Wreath

What do you do with all of your scrap fabrics?!? When you really think about it scraps are really versatile. Sometimes I use them to make baby clothes, sometimes my kids use them to practice sewing but today I'm going to show you how to make a scrap wreath!

First gather your supplies, you need pinking rotary cutter, scraps and a wire wreath. For this project I decided to use all pink scraps so my wreath would match my sewing area.

Now let's get started

1.  Cut scraps into 5” x 3/4” strips

 

2.  Then tie the strips around the wires of the wreath. I prefer to make my wreaths full so I push the strips together and I tie them to each wire on the wreath.

That's it, you're finished!