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What’s better than a Planetarium quilt? A Planetarium quilt with a coordinating Planetarium quilted tote bag! Plus, if you’re too busy to make an entire Planetarium quilt, this star tote bag tutorial offers you the perfect chance to try out a block, participate in our Planetarium sew along, and see if you want to dive in and make a full quilt.
Spooky season is here! In about one month, cute little ghosts and ghouls will dress up in their favorite costumes and ring doorbells to fill their bags with treats. And if you want to make something special for the kid in your life, this Halloween candy bag tutorial is for you!
We are so so excited to bring you this kid's butterfly tote bag tutorial based on the Butterfly Garden quilt pattern! Kim Vogelsang, the designer of this tote, is a long-time Suzy Quilts pattern tester. She surprised me with both an adult and matching mini butterfly tote when she mailed me her sample quilt for photographs!
Are you left with extra scrap fabric from your last sewing project? A DIY quilted laptop case is just the project for you! This tutorial can be sized up or down to fit any size of laptop based on your measurements.
This trendy tote tutorial is based on the popular SQ pattern, Sugar POP. In addition to throw and baby sizes, the pattern includes instructions for an 18" pillow, which is what we'll be using today.
An oversized tote bag is necessary because inevitably there comes a point in every woman's life when her purse is simply not big enough.
This super easy, beginner-friendly zipper pouch tutorial is nothing revolutionary or completely new in the DIY world, but I do have a tiny secret weapon that I think will bring you some added accuracy and squelch any possible frustration you may have experienced in the past when sewing a zipper pouch.