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Looking for a quick winter project to sew? You’ve found the right spot! Here’s a list of 101 cozy sewing tutorials for Winter! You’ll find mittens, blankets, quilts and tons of ideas for your next scarf. Can you really have too many scarves? I think not!
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Today was one of those rare, laid-back Sundays. I was even in my Sunday school class before all my little students, which almost never happens!
Are you looking for a great, low-cost recycling project to do at home or with a group? This is IT! This is a great way to use last season's team t-shirts or a previous year's event t-shirts!
To make a cargo scarf, you will need: 1/2 yard 45" wide cotton for outer layer I chose a cute banana-print cotton; any decorative or fashion fabric will do, but it should be woven (not a stretchy knit). 1/2 yard lining This is the part of the scarf that will be against your skin, so choose something warm and comfortable.
Every athlete knows it all comes down to the finish. It's the same with sewing – just not as sweaty. A smooth, beautiful hem makes everything look better and more professional. The simplest of hems is the double-turn hem, which you can use on almost any edge where you want an easy, clean finish. The first thing to do is determine how big a hem you need to get the finished length you want. Most people prefer to err on the side of narrow over wide so there's less bulk to the folded fabric and the hem will lay nice and flat.
This is the most easiest DIY ever! A very fun and simple DIY wrap-turned-scarf project that takes less than a minute to create and requires only one piece of fabric!
A few weeks ago, I went to Dallas for the wedding of a friend of mine from college, and unsurprisingly, the reception ended up doubling as a mini college reunion. Some of those people I literally hadn’t seen since graduation day.
My Dragon dress!!!! I can't say how much I love this dress. I saw the fabric at the fabric store and knew I had to make a dress.
Cut pieces of cotton fabric as per diagram, below. Measurements are in cm, 1cm seam allowances included.
I’m sure that many of you, like me, are on an eternal quest for organization.
We had grapes this weekend. So?
Sometimes I wish I had a place to hide and dream and let my imagination run wild - a place like a teepee! Should I buy one...? 1.