A simple wrap top that looks truly fabulous on. I wonder what I have in my stash to make this?
I have a confession, I have never worked with a purse frame (maybe a sewing resolution should be to finally try one), but this tutorial may finally break me down and sew with one!
It may be too late for Christmas, but this gift card holder is perfect handmade touch to a ‘store bought’ gift.
Did you get a Kindle for the holidays? Here’s a tutorial for making a case to protect it!
I’m feeling like this may be my year where I wear a lot of scarves. This Figure 8 scarf may be good to add to my
If keeping neat and tidy is high on your list of new year’s resolutions, you may want to sew up one of these hamper liners – it’s a great way to stash dirty laundry while customizing it to match your decor.
It’s probably wrong that I’m jealous of this Barbie Apron tutorial – I want one!
If you have 20 minutes, you have time to stitch up a skirt.
If you’re already thinking ahead to summer, then you’ll definitely want to sew up one of these Sunbathing Companions.
I recently bought the most recent copy of Stitch magazine because of the pillow on the cover… if I would have seen this online tutorial first, I might not have bought it at all.
There’s no sewing involved, but these metal flowers are GORGEOUS (I feel the sudden urge to drink an Arizona Green Tea now)!
If your (grand)child got a bike this year, why not sew up a Bike Basket to go along with it? It seems a bit big, but it would definitely hold lots of stuff.
Have 1/2 yard of fabric, a fat quarter, and an hour of your time? Then you can make this apron!
Probably one of the nicest step stools that I’ve seen a tutorial for.
Thanks for rounding up all of these great sewing projects! And thanks too for including the my hamper liner in the list. Just an update…I’ve been using it frequently the past week and it’s been just great! I highly recommend fancying up your hamper with one.
Ooooo! I love apron tutorials! And Joann just emailed out a 10% off your entire purchase this weekend coupie! Looks like I need 1/4 yd. of fabric and a fat quarter …