Here’s a great idea for hand-made Christmas cards with free template patterns and excellent how-to instructions included. I love the multiple layers, and the use of cross-stitch fabric in the background… I think I have a package somewhere. I love
Here’s a great Rag Quilt Tutorial with lots of photos and detailed instructions. Jen wrote me to say she’s not much of a quilter, but she loves to cook. I want to make a couple mini ones of these for
If you liked Ayumi’s tutorial yesterday, be sure to check out her Reversible Patchwork Bag tutorial. It’s super cute, and a great way to use up scraps. I love how she did the casing and am eager to try her
I can’t wait to make up a few of these gorgeous Fabric Baskets as gifts this year. Scrappy, coordinated, they’ll be perfect. Thanks Ayumi for the great tutorial. Have you made these baskets? I’d love to see your colour combinations.
Here’s a gorgeous free table runner pattern from Rochelle of Cottage Quilt Designs called Simply Hearts. I think this will be my playing pattern this week. I like the simple design and easy instructions, and would like to give it
Jacquie has created this great tutorial on making a Wonky Log Cabin Block. Tonnes of photos are included making it super-easy to follow along. Definitely a must-try. Great way to use up leftover strips.
Here’s a gorgeous pattern, that made me go WOW when I first opened the file. Sunstreaks by Patrick Lose (he has a blog too). I’m tempted to try this pattern with either some batiks I’ve been saving, or some 1930’s
Here’s a quick and easy project, Bali Pops Tutorial. I love these fabrics, and this pattern is sure to come together very quickly. Sometimes we all need a project that’s just straight stitches and no fancy points to worry about…
I was browsing the wonderful Doll Quilt Swap 4 creations earlier and saw this great, Wonky Butterfly Tutorial. I adore butterflies (and dragon flies), so I’m adding this to my list of projects to do one of these days. If
It’s no surprise to anyone that knows me that I love purses and tote bags. So, I was thrilled when I stumbled upon this great tutorial on how to make a Classic Tote from Sew, Mama, Sew!. The photo instructions
I don’t know about you, but I seem to find thread all over my apartment. This cute Thread Holder would sure come in handy. I’d need to make several, one for the sewing area, one for the living room and
I love crazy quilts and was very intrigued by this great tutorial, Vintage Windows Crazy Block Tutorial which is a wonderful way to use up those scrappy bits and pieces we all have. Also check out the completed quilt that