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Have you ever had too many cards that your wallet can handle? Be selective and get only those cards that you might be using in a particular shopping mall but end up they were the wrong one? Or, may be just forgot to “update” the cards in the wallet on your next trip? Can’t find the cards you thought you have already put into your wallet? Sounds familiar….. If you are nodding your head now, you need a pouch for the cards just like me. I am not a big fan of big wallet, with the increasing numbers of cards that I have, my decent size wallet is no longer able to buckle up. This zipper pouch can hold up to 30 plastic cards (similar to credit cards), and more for thinner cards, business calling card for example. Get the pattern and tutorial to sew one yourself after the jump and don’t have to struggle with the cards anymore. {Get pattern and tutorial on next page.} Pages: 1 2 Get all updates via email: Highlights from Our Partners

Bricolaje / / Jeans Polka Dot There are few things in this world that I love more than polka dots! Okay, that a huge exaggeration and polka dots are a ways down on my list of things I love, but these polka dots sure do bump it up a few notches! :) Eeek, I love, love these jeans and I'm so excited to wear them when its a bit cooler! You'll Need: Jeans or Pants of some kind, Fabric paint, a pencil and some scissors! Joyful Ruffle Neck Top – Tutorial Last week I showed you the top I made for my MIL’s B-day, remember? Well today is My Mom’s B-day! So Feliz Cumpleaños Mamá!! And as part of the celebration, I will show you how to make this top! Maybe it can be the Mom’s B-day Top!! Understanding Thread Tension by Claire Shaefferexcerpted from Threads #78, pp. 39-41 Many sewers avoid the tension dials on their machines like the plague, certain they'll only make matters worse if they make adjustments. In fact, there's nothing very mysterious about setting and adjusting thread tensions on your sewing machine, whatever its make and model. What's potentially more confusing is that many apparently tension-related problems are caused by factors other than misadjusted tension dials.

Denim Patchwork Pillow One of the craft blogs I read is hosting a “scrap attack” quilt-along. Theme projects like that have never really struck a chord with me, but for some reason, I was inspired to pull out my scraps and make something. I have a bag full of them, but mostly use them for testing out stitching, and plan to someday make paper with them (never mind that I won’t need an entire grocery bag full of them for that little experiment). Ten minute no-sew recycled t-shirt bag! Tutorial time! I got a gig teaching a recycled t-shirt project at the library a few months ago, with a request for a recycled tee bag – the only bags I’d made from tees in the past had required sturdy sewing, and I didn’t want hand-sewing to be the only thing holding the bottom closed in a class version of the bags, so I started brainstorming about some kind of hand-sewing-friendly or no-sew bag idea…. and here’s what I came up with! The simplest version of these bags is great for smaller tees, or the more light-weight kind of girl-tees – just turn the bottom of the shirt into a drawstring and tie it closed! As you can see, even with a not huge tee, this will still leave a significant hole in the bottom of your bag, but for purposes like grocery shopping, this size hole shouldn’t really matter…

Making Her Clothes Last (Part Two: the Bottoms!) Here is the other half I promised! I love this post, because everything in it was SO EASY to do!! I wish that I had more outgrown clothes of hers to play around with! Here is the first one; this little overall dress that Paige wore all of one time. It's a size 12 months! Can you believe that? Olivia's Snack Bag {Tutorial} This is a fun little project. These cute little snack bags help reduce waste by not using Ziploc bags. Plus, you will look uber chic pulling one of these out of your bag. :) They are perfect for kids or those long car rides we all dread. How to Make a Ruffle Fabric Flower what you need: long piece of fabric (mine's around 16 x 1 inches)scissorsneedle and matching threadglue ( if you're more a sticker than a sewer) thread your needle and begin by making a running stitchthrough the middle of your fabric strip stitch all the way to the end, but don't cut your thread! fold your strip in half and pull the loose thread to gather your fabric

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