In so many ways baking and quilting go hand in hand. They are both comforting, cozy and the fruits of your labor make for the sweetest gifts! So whether you're cookin' up treats in the kitchen or at your sewing machine, appropriate attire is a must. Previously
As the days are getting longer, and lighter, there is no better time to try out a sleep mask to make sure you are still getting a quality night of rest. This quilted sleep mask tutorial is a must make, whether you are going to be catching a flight, camping in the woods, or just blocking out the morning sun in your bed.
A tailor's clapper is an essential tool for quality pressing. Your seams will be flatter than ever by adding this humble piece of wood to your sewing routine. Whether you already have a tailor's clapper or are interested in getting one for the first time, you may be wondering how to add some of your own creative flair to your clapper.
If you're looking to make your lunch special by adding a cute new accessory, this quilted lunch bag tutorial is for you! Whether you're planning a spring picnic, heading to the office, or looking for a handmade touch for your child's lunch, this project will make your afternoon pop.
This trendy tote tutorial is based on the popular SQ pattern, Sugar POP. In addition to throw and baby sizes, the pattern includes instructions for an 18" pillow, which is what we'll be using today.
An oversized tote bag is necessary because inevitably there comes a point in every woman's life when her purse is simply not big enough.
Crafty friends, this quilted floor pillow tutorial is one you'll be bookmarking so you can make it again and again. The reason is because at some point in your life, you've probably had to sit on the floor. It might've been while you were playing with your kids or grandkids, visiting some friends with limited seating, or maybe while you were waiting for a delayed flight at an airport.
This super easy, beginner-friendly zipper pouch tutorial is nothing revolutionary or completely new in the DIY world, but I do have a tiny secret weapon that I think will bring you some added accuracy and squelch any possible frustration you may have experienced in the past when sewing a zipper pouch.
I wrote this quilted oven mitt tutorial partially for myself - but also so I could share my NEW favorite oven mitt with YOU! Friends, I've reached the point in life where I have a favorite oven mitt. If that isn't one of the most "adult" things I've ever said, I don't know what is.
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.