Crafty friends, this quilted floor pillow tutorial is one you'll be bookmarking so you can make it again and again. The reason is because at some point in your life, you've probably had to sit on the floor. It might've been while you were playing with your kids or grandkids, visiting some friends with limited seating, or maybe while you were waiting for a delayed flight at an airport.
I wrote this quilted oven mitt tutorial partially for myself - but also so I could share my NEW favorite oven mitt with YOU! Friends, I've reached the point in life where I have a favorite oven mitt. If that isn't one of the most "adult" things I've ever said, I don't know what is.
With the holidays quickly approaching, you may be thinking about what to wear for the holidays. For me, I usually opt for the stretchiest pair of leggings I can find paired with a chic oversized sweater, perfect for maximized feasting capacity.
Halloween is over... which means... IT'S CHRISTMAS!!! Whoah, slow down, isn't there another holiday coming up at the end of November? I'm normally the kind of person that waits until after Thanksgiving before putting up my Christmas tree, but this year is an exception.
I'll admit it: I'm a 90's kid. I had scrunchies before scrunchies were considered cool. Now, as a mom, I find my hair up in a messy mom bun 98% of the time. I'm not saying I'm overqualified to write an easy DIY scrunchie tutorial...
In this easy tutorial, I'll show you a fast way to sew face masks for kids. With fall quickly approaching, your kiddo might be looking forward to joining activities again, and potentially heading back to a school setting.
Determining when and how to re-enter these social situations is a question we won't be tackling today, but there's a good chance that somewhere along the line, your child might be required to wear a mask.
This DIY quilted checkerboard is a perfect project for beginner sewers and children learning to sew. You only need small scraps of fabric and the most basic tools. Let's get started!
I'm so excited about this sewing tutorial because have fond memories of playing checkers against my dad – first me getting mad and crying because he beat me, and then after the next game, getting mad and crying because he let me win.