HOW DO WE COLLECT INFORMATION AND WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT? Distribution Partners Website operators that license our ad serving technology pass information to us so that we may serve advertisements to you. Website Registration Forms We collect information about you when you register on one of our websites. Scribd. Let’s Sew… a RevoluzZzionary Easter Bunny. Last year I uploaded that pattern to create a simple Easter Bunny – and many of you made so wonderful and amazing Easter Bunnies!
Some made them out of paper, many sewed really cute bunnies. And so I decided to take the bunny from last year (only made a few modifications) and sew two different versions by using the same pattern: a very simple version and another one with arms and legs and a more detailed face. The simple version is really very easy – absolutely perfect for beginners. And the other version is only a tiny little bit more fiddly – but not really difficult. And hey, next weekend its already Easter – so hurry up :-) First download the >>> RevoluzZzionary Easter Bunny pattern and print it – cut it out, chose your fabric, pin the pattern on the fabric and cut out:
Bird Mobile — Spool Sewing. Stuffed Fabric Turtles (with pattern pieces) We were shopping around, down in Florida, after we went to the zoo several weeks ago (yes, in Jacksonville…..some of you asked)……..and we stopped by a Pottery Barn Kids store.
I’m a window shopper. Well, and an inspiration-seeker shopper. Birdie-pincushion-project.pdf (application/pdf Object) Sew a bag with the free bag pattern. Make Your Own Canvas Portrait! Floral Boots DIY.
We're just a little too excited about spring around here!
This season we're feeling all things floral. Here's a cute and do-able DIY that made our plain-jane pair of boots feel fancy... Supplies Needed: Plain boots with laces (we got ours a K-Mart!) , pretty fabric (emma is doing her pair with striped fabric... i'll share them soon!) Note: use lightweight cotton- nothing too bulky or stiff, Glue, Mod Podge + an exacto knife. Here's how we did it: 1. Ta-Da! Purl Bee Penguin. Winter in New York City can be hard to love with its frozen sidewalks, dirty snowbanks, and bare trees.
But this winter I'm counting on my new cold weather friend, the Purl Bee Penguin, to help me through! Its happy ovoid shape and graphic palette are sure to remind me that joy really does exist in January. Just ask an Emperor Penguin! I used our new Penguin Fat Quarter Bundle, a lively mix of black and white dots, stripes, and prints, to sew up this quirky little trio of penguins. I loved seeing how each one developed its own personality as I sewed, becoming more and more alive with each stitch! The Purl Bee Penguins are pretty addictive to make, and I don’t think that I’ll be able to stop with just these three. Materials To make three 9-inch tall stuffed penguins: A Penguin Fat Quarter Bundle or 1/4 yard each of seven dots, stripes, and chicken wire in black and white.A piece of bright yellow felt.
Cutting Cut out the fabric according to the directions on the template. You will have:
Inspire to Create - Art Journal Tutorial. Hi and welcome!
Thanks so much to Mayya of Sew Chic and Unique for having me be a part of Inspire to Create. Sewing is a HUGE part of my life. I sew to relieve stress, to keep my mind active, to be part of a large and wonderful online sewing community, and also as a way to earn a bit of money while staying home with the kiddo. I can't put my finger on any one thing as my source of inspiration - that can change from one moment to the next.
Necessity is often a factor. Quick and easy tutorial: mini coloring tote. My kiddo needed a gift to bring to her preschool for a gift exchange.
The price limit was around $2 which didn't leave a whole lot of options. Instead of raiding the Target Dollar Spot, I found small coloring books at Walgreens 2/$1 and made a little tote to hold them! I added a few crayons to finish it off. It is an easy project that doesn't use a lot of supplies, making it inexpensive as well. So, if you find yourself in need of a cheap and easy handmade gift for little ones, here ya go: The coloring books I picked up are about 7.75" tall and 5.25" wide. *I used cotton twill as a lining to make the bag sturdier.
Step One: Pressing Take one of your main fabric pieces and fold the top short edge down by 1/2 an inch and press. Next, grab your strap pieces. Finally, grab your pocket piece and fold it in half wrong sides touching. Your pieces should look like the photo below :) Step Two: Topstitching Top stitch along both the top and bottom edges of the flaps. Fold up the pocket and press.