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...
Learn how to sew a napkin in this beginner-friendly DIY cloth napkins tutorial! This fat quarter friendly sewing tutorial is incredibly fast and easy. With the holidays coming up all you need to do is reach into your stash, pull out some of your favorite fat quarters, and follow along with these easy peasy instructions!
I'm so excited to bring you this free reusable market bag tutorial for a few reasons. The first reason is that it is so cute! Many times in the craft world a cute project means it's a time consuming, difficult project, but that leads me to reasons two and three as to why I love this 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.
Quilt photography can be a tricky thing. There's a lot to think about from lighting and scale down to the details of texture and color. Today on the blog I have a professional photographer to give us her 6 best tips on photographing a quilt.
Hello fabulous sewist! Are you looking for a project that's a bit faster than making an entire quilt, but still looks great in your living room? Quilted pillows are fast, fun and totally addicting to make! This easy, beginner-friendly tutorial will show you the simplest way to finish a pillow.
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.