This FREE Grow pillow pattern is based on the popular Grow quilt pattern found in the SQ shop. That quilt pattern includes instructions for king, queen/full, twin, throw and baby sizes. So once you finish this pillow, you may have to make a matching quilt so it's not lonely on the couch!
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.
Hello fabulous sewist! Are you looking for a project that's a bit faster than making an entire quilt, but still looks great in your living room? Quilted pillows are fast, fun and totally addicting to make! This easy, beginner-friendly tutorial will show you the simplest way to finish a pillow.
This DIY quilted checkerboard is a perfect project for beginner sewers and children learning to sew. You only need small scraps of fabric and the most basic tools. Let's get started!
I'm so excited about this sewing tutorial because have fond memories of playing checkers against my dad – first me getting mad and crying because he beat me, and then after the next game, getting mad and crying because he let me win.
With every day of quarantine that drags on, I get more and more emails and messages from fellow sewers and crafters asking me for a protective face mask sewing pattern. Nurses, doctors and other healthcare professionals have requested these handmade fabric masks because of a shortage of medical grade PPE (Personal Protective Equipment).
I'm so excited to bring you this free quilted tote bag tutorial because I'll be the first to admit that I'm a bag lady. Big bags, little bags, bags inside other bags, you name it, there's just something so exhilarating about having the perfect bag for every outfit and occasion.
Before launching into your free quilted Christmas stocking pattern, let me explain why this pattern is squeaking in just five days before Christmas. It's simple, really. The first reason is that I didn't see these beautiful stockings until last week. For hours I had been on a cyber quest to find Christmas stockings for my family – which was proving to be no easy task!