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Folding Fabric to Size - A Tutorial

How to Sew a Zipper/Sewing With Nancy/Sewing A to Z book. How to sew a zipper into a seam is a commonly requested sewing technique.

How to Sew a Zipper/Sewing With Nancy/Sewing A to Z book

I’d like to share with you the absolute easiest way I’ve found to insert a zipper. Use tape instead of pins. Curious? It’s found in my book The Absolute Easiest Way to Sew. START HERE! Are you new here?

START HERE!

Hi! Welcome to the Free Motion Quilting Project! I’m sure you have a lot of questions about what this project is, how it works, why I created it, and where to get started, so the easiest thing was just to make a video explaining it all in one go: Click Here if the Video Does Not Appear Tip: If any video on the project stops playing try clicking “pause” and allow the little red bar at the bottom to fill up completely before hitting “play” again. I mentioned a lot of different things in this first video, so here's a list of links you might be interested in checking out first: Leah Day - Learn more about the gal that started the Free Motion Quilting Project.

Karen McTavish - Learn more about the awesome quilter who inspired Leah and her design called McTavishing. Stippling, Pebbling, or Paisley - Learn about the three other most popular quilting designs. Erickson and Co.: {Tutorial} How to Sew Newborn Inserts for Cloth Diapers. This tutorial is designed so that you can sew your own newborn inserts for cloth diapers spending the least amount of money possible.

Erickson and Co.: {Tutorial} How to Sew Newborn Inserts for Cloth Diapers

This is why we have created three different styles of newborn inserts - #1 is a sandwich style insert using Zorb. #2 is a prefold style insert using Zorb. And #3 is a prefold style insert using all scrap material (this being the cheapest way to make an insert). Changing Pad and Wipes Holder Tutorial. Baby Changing Kit Tutorial This is a fun and easy project, and really great for a baby gift!

Changing Pad and Wipes Holder Tutorial

Its great for sewing beginners, and probably takes around an hour tops, maybe even less for all you experiences sewers out there. Enjoy! Finished changing pad is about 12"by 27" long. The pocket holds one hard or soft wipes container as well as one or two diapers. Materials1/2 yard Cotton Print for the outside and pocket1/2 yard Chenille, Minky, or heavy Flannel. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. "No Sew" Quilted Christmas Ornament - Shabby Fabrics. Erickson and Co.: {Tutorial} How to Sew a Pocket Diaper with Free Pattern and Photos.

When we first started cloth diapering I purchased a couple different brands of cloth diapers and each had things that I liked and other things that I didn’t like.

Erickson and Co.: {Tutorial} How to Sew a Pocket Diaper with Free Pattern and Photos

I wanted something that wasn’t super bulky and would fit my skinny kid plus was adjustable. I spent hours trying to find a pattern online but couldn’t find one so I decided to make my own. This is the pattern/instructions that I came up with. There are a lot of steps so this tutorial will be long but I feel the length of time it takes to sew the extra steps (verses a standard pocket diaper) are worth it. Features of this pocket diaper: This diaper is truly one size – it adjusts with hidden buttonhole elastic.

Easy to change elastic if elastic wears out – You don’t have to unpick anything or re-sew anything. A large pocket opening – Most pocket diapers that I tried had a rather small opening for stuffing in the inserts that I could barely get my hand into. Snap closure so the diapers will last longer. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. Alaskasunshine's fabric folding( organizing your quilt room) Done with the tiny bolt.

Alaskasunshine's fabric folding( organizing your quilt room)

To keep me organized I have got to put it back where it belongs! ;-) I love my little Sunshine. She is always so expressive and the mouth piece for her momma and her brother! Gee I sure do love her!!! :-D The pix following pix to come are of my ceiling DH is adding more lighting for me to see better in my quilt room. Free Motion Machine Embroidery - Part 1 - with Christopher Nejman. Make an Adorable, Cute, Soft, Cuddly Rag Baby Quilt! Placemat Tutorial using Quick Easy Mitered-Binding Tool - The Crafty Quilter.

I made these placemats for my daughter and they were so easy to make.

Placemat Tutorial using Quick Easy Mitered-Binding Tool - The Crafty Quilter

I love that they are fat quarter friendly. I recently bought a set of six fat quarters and I actually used them all before they got lost in the stash! If you have a stash of fat quarters, now is your chance to pull them out and get sewing! Let me share the “how to” with you. For six placemats, you will need: 6 coordinating fat quarters1 1/2 yards fabric for back and binding (or 6 fat quarters)1 1/2 yards Pellon Thermolam fleece or batting scraps. Step 1: Trim all of the fat quarters to 15″ x 18″. Note: I forgot to take pictures of each step using the same fabric set, so you will see a variety of fabric pairs along the way. Step 2: Stack (2) 15″ x 18″ rectangles (one set) on top of each other right sides up. Step 3: Peel back the layers and arrange the cut layers so that you have two placemats with opposite colors in the center and outside corners: Repeat steps 1 – 4 for remaining sets of placemats. Step 5. 'How to' Videos - Janome.

‘How to’ Videos Janome Accessory Tutorial Videos **PLEASE NOTE: These videos launch in a new window.

'How to' Videos - Janome