Doing now! So Happy. Scraps and Strings. A Few Scraps. Pin Tangle - Pin Tangle. Moose on the Porch Quilts. Live a Colorful Life. Moda Bake Shop. MichaelMillerFabrics.com. Moda Fabrics - Producer of Quilting Fabric, Sewing Notions, and Home Decor. Me and My Sister Designs. Free Patterns Enjoy these free patterns and share them with your friends! By downloading any of these patterns you agree to the following conditions: These patterns may not be sold and any products made from these patterns may not be sold.
Scrambled Butterfly Barcode Amelia Napkin Rings Ready Set Snow Tablerunner Dilly Dally Pillowcase Warm And Happy Spring Daisy Quilt Triangle Challenge Quilt Twitter Forever Clementine Sweet Treats Bag Oh Cherry Oh Tablecloth Butterfly Fling Throw Smores Marshmallow Throw Strawberry Lemonade Throw Strawberry Lemonade Pincushions Sweet Baby Jane Spring Fling Snow Days Banner Cookies From Home…Cookie Tray. Amy Butler Design. Loft Creations. 莫邪. Quilt Dad. Sew Serendipity. Keyka Lou — Home. Happy Zombie. So I’ve been making homemade dog food, and now my dog thinks I’m practically the Pioneer Woman.
At breakfast and dinner time I am a rockstar. My older dog, Liberty, a 12 year old Golden Retriever has been suffering her entire life from a bucketload of food allergies that affect her skin. While we did find a semi-good-for-her bagged food, it still wasn’t enough. It only took me 12 years to figure out I could make Liberty her own food. Sew,Mama,Sew! Blog. I have to say... Picking out my prints and colors for a quilt is my favorite part of the whole creative process.
Honestly, I could probably be satisfied with that step as long as someone else would make the quilts for me. But since that does not happen, I keep on making my own quilts! This being said, I do find that most people are frustated by this step. They find it overwhelming and really don't know where to start. Blue Bird Quilts. 手工DIY 拼布 包包 布玩 家居布艺. Stitched in Color. SewHappy Quiltalong. A belated welcome to 2011 everyone and I am hoping you are all eager to start sewing again.
Yes, the festivities are now over and I feel we need to be revitalised and begin some new projects. My New Year’s resolution is to bring fresh inspiration to my SewHappy followers. Stacked Coins Baby Quilt. 2 charm packs-Soiree by Lila Tueller 1 1/2 yards white fabric for sashing/borders 1/2 yard fabric for binding 1 1/2 yards of fabric for backing batting that measures 44″ x 55″ quilting thread please note: 1/4″ seams are used throughout this project.
Cut each charm in half. This will yield 144 “coins”. Each will measure 2.5″ x 5″. Daisy Quilts... Jenny of ELEFANTZ. Cinderberry Stitches. Purse frames de-mystified (aka. Laundry Day clutch purse) Tutorial. **UPDATE** If you'd like this tutorial (and any of my others) in PDF format click here.
Note: to view the PDF tutorial, you will need the latest Adobe Viewer program. Get the latest version of the viewer absolutely free by clicking on the button below: HAVE YOU EVER: wondered how to make those lovely purses with clasp frames; dented, scratched, and ruined a metal frame/frames with those darn pliers; taken apart lots of purses to try to figure how in the heck they put them together...well step this way because we can help. I have finished the purse that I was working on this week (ohh! And I just love it, but I must be good, it's supposed to an Xmas present). Making this purse isn't nearly as tricky as you might think. Click on any of the pictures to make them bigger. Front view Interior view Flat bottom & side view Here's how I put it together You will need: 1. Take your frame and draw around the outside (just the outside, not the inside) of it, also include the points where the hinges stop. How to sew piping into your bags - tutorial.
**UPDATE** If you'd like this tutorial (and any of my others) in PDF format click here.
Note: to view the PDF tutorial, you will need the latest Adobe Viewer program. Get the latest version of the viewer absolutely free by clicking on the button below: Purse frames de-mystified (aka. Laundry Day clutch purse) Tutorial. 503 Service Temporarily Unavailable. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2012 | Comments: 98 Spell out your feelings with this easy-to-make sign of love.
To make this you will need: wire reinforced clothesline (available at home improvement & hardware stores), yarn & wire clippers. Clip off a length of clothesline (it took about a yard to make this) and shape into the word, "LOVE". Tie or hot glue end of yarn onto beginning of wire and start wrapping the entire word with yarn. When you reach a point where two wires cross each other, wrap yarn around both wires to stabilize the design and hold the word in place. Wrap yarn all the way to the end of the word and tie a knot or add a dab of hot glue to secure.