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In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to dye fabric with onion skins — something you probably have in your kitchen right now! No need to cry, we won’t be chopping those onions. All you need are the onion skins to make your own unique fabric in stunning and deep colors.
Do you have fabric scraps? Hahahaha! Oh my, sometimes I make myself laugh. Ahem. Let me try that again. Are you currently buried under a pile of fabric scraps? Does your scrap bin runneth over? Do you feel a pang of guilt when cutting into freshly purchased fabric knowing that your sad sack of scraps is being neglected in the corner?
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.
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.
Sustainability has become increasingly important and we've all been learning more about protecting the environment. As quilters, we all use different kinds of fibers sourced naturally from the earth—fabric made from cotton or flax, batting made of wool, silk, or bamboo, and tools made of wood.