In this quilted baby bib tutorial using the Fly Away quilt pattern I give you a free bib template, my favorite fabric recommendations and show you step by step how to make this simple project. Why not make a bib that's almost as adorable as the baby wearing it?
Can you think of anything better than finishing a new quilt? I’ll wait. Got nothing? How about matching your brand new quilt with a stylish bandana! If you’ve just made an Adventureland quilt and aren’t quite sure what to do with those big, beautiful scraps, then let me show you how to make a patchwork bandana two different ways.
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.
With so many children's books available these days, it can be hard to know the perfect book to get for your favorite quilting family. Sharing our love of quilts with younger generations is so important. And before you can sit a child in front of a sewing machine and teach them to quilt, you can read them books about quilts.
Are you interested in dipping your toe into apparel sewing? In this beginner-friendly tutorial, quilting collides with fashion in a fun and exciting way! By starting with upcycled clothing, you can create unique garments without the expert skills of sewing the clothing first.
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.