This handmade quilted postcard tutorial is not only unique, it's a TON of fun! These postcards are fast to make, utterly adorable to send and you don't even need to wrap them because they are mailable all on their own! Yes, you heard that right.
Looking for the perfect quick and easy handmade gifts for the holidays this year? Look no further! These Suzy Quilts DIY holiday gift tutorials are full of fast gifts ideas that can be made in a day or a weekend—or even in just a few hours!
A significant part of every day in my life with a toddler revolves around cars—from pointing at school busses on our walks, to waiting for the mail truck, and excitedly exclaiming "vroom" at every car that passes our house. And, of course, playing with toy cars!
If you have a toddler in your life, chances are you have toy cars in your life as well—probably more than you know what to do with! Little kids are amazing at transforming mundane surfaces into roads, construction sites and racetracks.
Looking for the perfect combination of coziness and style? This quilted slippers tutorial is for you! They are quick and easy to make and look good with any fabrics. Plus they’ll keep you nice and warm during crisp fall nights!
We are thrilled to welcome guest contributor Kymona Tracey of Kreative Kymona to the blog for an easy-to-follow and beginner-friendly tutorial.
With the summer’s end rapidly approaching I am looking forward to all the coziness of fall. Early fall is what I like to consider the beginning of quilt snuggling season, aka the season where I spend as much time as possible swaddled in quilts.
Does the thought of how to make bias binding have you running as far away from your sewing machine as possible? Even though straight grain binding may be a little more time-efficient, there are a lot of benefits to making your next quilt binding on the bias!
Block printing is a creative and fun way to add character to fabric. With a few simple tools and a lesson in carving a block, you'll be making your own block-printed fabric in no time! But where can you find inspiration for your design?