Learn how to machine bind a quilt in just a few easy steps! As with many techniques in quilting, there is more than one way to bind a quilt, but in this tutorial we will add A LOT of speed to the binding process by using our sewing machines from start to finish.
Category Archives: Tutorials
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.
The first week of May is when we celebrate the teachers in our lives so we collected 10 gift tutorials for Teacher Appreciation Week! These are beginner-friendly sewing projects that you can probably make with scraps you already have and finish over the weekend!
This free modern quilted table runner tutorial can be customized to fit any table size and any color scheme. It's a simple enough pattern that a beginner sewist can make it and is a fast enough finish that you can make multiple table runners for those inevitable spills and necessary spins through the washing machine.
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.
The Adventureland quilt pattern is like making two quilts at once! You heard that right—if you make a throw or baby-sized Adventureland quilt using full width of fabric strips (or a jelly roll), you'll be able to make mini quilts using scraps.
The new Adventureland quit pattern has been recently released and is now available in the shop! Not only is this pattern made for a jelly roll, but it is also perfect for using scrap strips of fabric left over from previous sewing projects.
These 4 tips for quilting with minky or faux fur will help you create a luxuriously soft backing for your next quilt. It's cold in the midwest this time of year and believe it or not, people still have babies in the middle of the winter (wild, huh?)