Coin purses are one of my favorite things to make because they are so useful and make such great gifts. They are also amazingly easy to sew, which you might not know because usually their instructions are in Japanese!
Finished Size approx 42 1/2" x 54" or 28 rows of 21 Sucky Puffs .
I thought I’d share with you how to make my fabric scrap “basket”. It’s VERY simple.
Novedades en el sorteo
This post has been re-worked, again, to perfection, and now including a new walnut shell stuffing option. I finally found a great place for my grandmother's spools of thread from the 50's.
**UPDATE** If you'd like this tutorial (and any of my others) in PDF format click here.
1st off I have to give HUGE hugs, kisses, high fives, fist bumps, chest bumps (although with my massive preggers boobs that could be hazardous) to all of you for the incredibly sweet & supportive comments & emails on this morning’s post.
We are so excited to share this diy with you, if you are planning an ice cream party believe us these are just the sweetest things to let each child take home with them! Our amazing diy correspondent, Katie came up with this project for us and we just fell in love!
These little flower clips and headbands are so popular right now. They are all over blogland and everywhere in the stores. I was at Target and I saw a really cute headband with a black flower on it.
my recent posts have been somewhat lacking in any actual craft projects so here is an update of what i've been making lately! this is made of several layers of tinted recycled dictionary pages it is fairly thick and substantial i made it as a brooch but i'm not sure how long lasting it will be, i'm thinking of varnishing it but i really like to be able to feel the textures hmm next up is a rather girly brooch made of vintage lace and a truely gorgeous diamonte button i made these two about a week ago in a fleeting crafty moment i suddenly felt the "urge" to craft!
These aren't your grandma's flimsy fabric flowers. These beautiful blossoms are tough enough to take daily abuse, which means they can be attached to clothes, accessories, even keychains.
Remember the Mother’s Day Felt Dahlia Corsage I created for Holidash ? I made a bunch more to send out as Mother’s Day gifts and wanted to write down a few notes on what I learned. note on forming the petals