25 *More* Things to Do with Fat Quarters I have one post on my blog that is hands down, almost every single day and certainly over time my post popular post. Like nothing else even compares to it for popularity. I didn’t know when I put it together that it would be so popular! It’s my 25 Things to Do with Fat Quarters post. Who knew you people loved fat quarters as much as me?! Now, I wrote that post quite a while ago and since then have discovered many more uses for fat quarters, so I thought I would go ahead and put together a post with 25 *More* Things to Do With Fat Quarters! 25 More Thing to Do with Fat Quarters: Sunglasses Case: Doll Dress: Little Girl’s Pleated Purse: Bow Front Clutch: Key Fob: Fabric Pennant Banner: Zipper Pouch: Cloth Doll: Cross Body Tote: Snack Baggie: Oven Mitt: Wristlet Clutch: Fabric Flowers: Dotty Pouches: Stroller Cell Phone Carrier: Tiny Zipper Pouch: Car Carrier: Doll Sleeping Bag: Fabric Headbands: Fabric Covered Clipboards: Ipad Cover: Journal Pen Holder: Monster Bib: Zipper Card Pouch: Mini Tote:
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The Perfect Baby Gift: 10 (More) Free Crochet Baby Booties Patterns! Last year I did a roundup of free crochet baby booties, and it was a big hit. But lately, I’ve gotten requests for more more more! Well there are so many cute patterns to choose from, how could I say no? Roll-Tops by Hayley Missingham, a Ravelry download: (Fingering) A detailed and well written pattern – and cute too of course! So which ones are your favorites? jane brocket: garden party quilt It's quite a while now since I wrote the post about cutting up old, hand-embroidered tablecloths, the one that caused a certain amount of adverse comment. I looked for the post but couldn't find it which make me think I must have decided I couldn't countenance any further negativity about what seems to me to be a non-starter in the outrage stakes. Anyway, while sorting out almost every room in the house in the past week or so - you know what it's like, you start off trying to make space for a few more books and suddenly the whole place ends up rearranged in knock-on Rubik's Cube-style solution - I unpacked some large boxes of projects I've made for various books. Out came the crochet and out came the cushions to be put to good use, and out came lots of quilts that I haven't seen for a while. One them is the Garden Party Quilt. I used some of the leftover unstitched areas of the clotsh to make a border and put some little stitched squares in the corners.
How to Make 30 Minute Infinity Scarf - Knit When I stumbled upon 30 Minute Infinity Scarf tutorial by Audra from “The Kurtz Corner” I got very enthusiastic about this fabulous idea. Since then I’ve been so hooked on this method of knitting that I can’t recall how many times I’ve made this fluffy scarf. I’m sure that it’s the easiest and the most fun way to start your adventure with knitting. Since it's still a bit cold outside, we’ve decided to show you a bit altered version of the tutorial. Our idea was to make it even more helpful, so we used knitter’s perpective. Will you try your hand at arm knitting?
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How to make a rag quilt (easy beginner's guide) Learning how to make a rag quilt is easy! Rag quilts are a wonderful for a first time quilting project. They’re simple to make! This rag quilt uses cuddle or minky fabric for extra warmth. The combination of flannel and cuddle is wonderful to touch. This tutorial is geared towards beginners, with several videos that break down the steps to make it easy to follow. For this project you will need: 2 Packages Girly Girl – 10 Inch Cuddle Charms – 20 Squares ( for the size in the example used two packages, this can vary with the block and size of quilt you make). 3 Yards of Flannel (again this can vary – you will need to calculate this to fit the quilt you make) Thread Scissors Ragging Shears (Optional, but highly recommended) Rotary cutter, ruler and mat (available here) Walking Foot Sewing Essentiatls Fleece Fun has over 60 FREE patterns – and many come with a video tutorial. How to make a rag quilt (easy beginner’s guide) Basic Overview Video Tutorial Here, More Detailed Videos Below: Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
DIY: Flannel Baby Rag Quilt REPOSTED ok.. so strange, but many people have not been able to get to the older link for this baby rag quilt. We have contacted blogger with no luck. I think that if we direct traffic to this link as well as the other we might solve the problem, and more people will be able to view this tutorial. DIY: Flannel Baby Rag Quilt This is the softest little quilt made of flannel. All you need: 7 different, yet coordinating flannel fabrics cut @ 1/2 a yard each (so 7 half yards of fabric) 2 yards of solid flannel fabric for the batting (the middle of the quilt) (white is usually the best) about half a yard of matching fabric for the binding matching thread sewing machine And here is how it is done: * Cut 2 strips of each fabric @ 6 inches wide (one strip will be the front and one the back) * Cut strips 2 of each fabric @ 3 inches wide (one strip will be the front and one the back) * Cut 7 strips of solid flannel @ 6 inches wide (this will go in between the other fabric strips measuring 6 inches wide) Bind it P.S.
DIY Heat Pack I had a belly ache the other day and decided a heat pack would be the only rememdy… except we didn’t own one. Cue sad face. So I went hunting for a DIY. There are stacks out there, but this one on The Johnston’s blog was what I referenced before I started. You can make so many versions of this once you know how – like not creating segments, adding different oils, or even adding herbs and tea. Here’s what you’ll need: – Cotton Fabric – Matching thread – Sewing machine – Scissors – Uncooked rice (I used 2.5 – 3 cups) – Essential Oil (optional) Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. *Note: Some blogs I read recommend putting a glass of water in the microwave with the heat pack to stop the rice burning. Chris's Interests: Pretty Cuff on Cut-Off Jeans Pretty Cuff on Cut-Off Jeans Quite simple to do ~ take the width of the leg of your Jeans, add 6" to each end (for tie) ~ decide how wide you want your cuff (usually about 3-4") then double the width of that measurement ~ so width would be 6-8" ~ double fabric matching right sides of fabric~ sew the ends together ~ TURN the cuff so it is right side out ~ press ~ mark the center of your cuff and start it a the inside seam of the jeans (leg inside) pin or baste it matching the edges of the fabric to the edges of the jeans, (have fabric or cuff part up inside the leg) Sew around until you have about 1" on each side of the tie or the outside seam, turn the cuff up and press!! Too Cute!