Recycle your old plush – turn them into hand puppets! [link via We All Sew]
Turn fabric rectangles into a super-simple tunic dress.
I really love the idea of using the Patchwork Pattern Maker, but I think a great end result is dependent on your original image (high contrast?).
Win an autographed copy of City Quilts or a Kona Cotton Hot Spice fat quarter bundle. Read this entry for more details.
So it’s a bit late for Father’s Day gift giving, but this Car Kit has to be one of my favorite projects for guys.
Summer is the best time to wear dresses, so why not start with this Little Black Pinafore?
Everyone has that one shirt that they love to wear again and again. Now you can learn how to recreate it so you have a whole closet of favorites!
Did you read my post yesterday about the yummy Kaffe Fassett and Amy Butler thread that Rowan has put out? Now you can win a set for yourself! Hurry this one ends…. TODAY!
Not quite a tutorial, but a bit of insight into how to make a fabulously large zipper necklace.
I have always had a soft spot for Chia Pets. So much so that this Easter, I got the kids a chia head (even Easton liked it after the ‘hair’ hair came in). Now you can skip the commercial version and make your own.
Learn how to make iron-on transfers with Lotta Jansdotter.
It’s not sewing, but I’m a sucker for a cute pinwheel.
Too bad Easton is too little for this great Sesame Street project created by Vickie Howell…. he just loves Cookie Monster.
Sewing for a good cause: Sew a tote bag to be auctioned off at AFCF events. Money raised will go to Operation Orphan Education. Read here for more details.
Make a yoga skirt for yourself than stitch one up for you little girl or toddler!
Do double needles scare you off? Learn how to sew with them at Jalie.
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