The other day, I was browsing around the Moda Bake Shop and came across this bright and cheerful Coupon Clutch Tutorial. I had the pleasure to meet Julie from jaybird quilts a couple of months back in Lancaster. Her tutorials
Ryan Walsh of I’m Just A Guy Who Quilts, put together a fabulous tutorial for this mini quilt. It’s called Bundles of Joy Quilt and finishes at 24″ x 28″. You’ll need one charm pack and one yard of coordinating
In honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Connecting Threads has available a free tutorial to make paper-pieced Pink Ribbon Pins. Help raise awareness by sewing this simple quilted ribbon for your family, co-workers, and friends. Two sizes are available: large
Kaaren from the The Painted Quilt teaches us how to make these gorgeous fabric pumpkins in her Pumpkin Tutorial – Crazy Quilt Style!. You’ll start with 6.5″ blocks, stack them, whack them, stitch them, then trim blocks to 4.5″. You’ll
Here’s a very quick and easy tutorial to make a spooky trick or treat bag for your little ones to use this Halloween. You’ll need 18 charms, 1/2 yard of fabric for the lining and 2 1/2 yards of black
Phyllis Dobbs has designed this super cute tutorial just in time for Halloween. It uses felt and can be made into a trick or treat bag or a wall hanging. Get the full-sized pattern and instructions here: Halloween pumpkin and
It was my mom’s birthday earlier this week. I sent her this beaded Friendship Bag: I also made her a tote bag from a Moda Bake Shop Tutorial: Close up of the stitching: Free-motion stitching on the back:
Check out this cutie … Melissa, from Mel’s Own Place put together this fabulous Owl Plushie Tutorial. It’s just so cute! The tutorial is very well written with lots of easy-to-understand photos. It’s sure to make some little one smile.
Who couldn’t use more tote bags? Most of the grocery stores here in Ottawa now charge 5 cents per plastic bag. Ouch! Oh well, it’s better for the environment to use fabric bags. The fact that I’m getting close to
Check out the gorgeous hats I made for Judy and I to wear at Market. All they need is a little bit of ribbon added so they can be tied under our chin. I’m sure we’ll be a great hit.
The bunny is coming… Retro Mama created this great Easter Egg tutorial. These Easter eggs are fat-free, zero calories, and pretty as can be. Have fun making these cuties!
As promised in my post earlier today, presented below is the large fabric basket tutorial. It comes with a story that I wanted to share with you all. I made quilts for both of my nieces for Christmas. With Lucy’s