Ho! Ho! Ho! Hello! We're back with a fresh new list of DIY Holiday Gift tutorials for 2023. We were so busy writing and designing projects for you, we forgot to put together a list last year. But if you missed our top 10 gift list from 2021, you don't want to miss it.
In this blog post, you'll get a FREE quilt pattern PDF that you can download at your convenience. Previously named Reverse Star, I've lovingly renamed this design Duval Star, to celebrate the release of my debut fabric collection, Duval!
This pattern is beginner-friendly and an excellent skill builder, since you'll practice making flying geese a whopping 224 times.
This free quilted collar tutorial is the perfect addition to your wardrobe, and makes for a very fun and quick project. Detachable collars are such an easy way to switch up your look and add a fun handmade touch to even the most basic of outfits.
Liberty & Flowers is a free throw-sized quilt pattern download that is moderate in skill level because it uses triangle templates. Templates are included in the pattern and make this design ideal for fussy cutting specialty fabric and/or using fabric scraps.
This fabric scrap rope bowl tutorial is simple to follow and will show you how to make a beautiful decoration using leftover fabric! As crafters and sewers, having a stash of scrap fabric is inevitable. Most of us squirrel our fabric away, no matter how big or small.
If you're like me, you own some configuration of a cube bookcase, cubby shelf or square bin organizer. (It's so popular it goes by many names.) After all, what's not to love about its simple boxy design perfect for cube bins that can hide (I mean...
Friends, this is an intervention! Your quilt works in progress pile has gotten too big and I'm here to help. Today I have compiled SIX TIPS to not only stop your pile of WIPs—or works in progress—from growing, but to actually banish it completely!
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.