Keeping the kids busy at meal time can be challenging. Keeping them occupied can be so much easier with a chalkboard placemat. This version has a thin binding and large pocket, while my tutorial has a wide boarder and built in pocket.
Without a doubt, these are probably the coolest floor pillows\cushions I have seen – perfect for reading corners or a library: Giant Quilted Book Cushions.
This Floppy Bunny may be my favorite so far of the season (It reminds me of a Wee Wonderfuls design).
A t-shirt you can live in: The Slouchy Tee.
Love totes, but can’t ever find anything in them? This Easy DIY Pocket Tote is the perfect solution – everything will have a place!
Because boys can never have enough t-shirts….
A pretty way to stash you stuff: A jumbo storage tote (I could use about 10 of these).
Wear some of the most comfortable pants around (plus it makes me feel ‘sporty’ when I put them on) – yoga pants.
Who needs Easter baskets when you can give cute, bunny face bags instead?
There’s no sewing involved (unless you want to stitch up your own shirt), but this is a great tutorial on creating a shamrock tee so you don’t get pinched on St. Patty’s Day!
With the days getting warmer, you’ll want to skip cooking with the over for hours. Now you can make perfect potatoes in the microwave with one of these easy potato bags (they would make a fun gift if you use some of this potato fabric).
No need to go out and buy supplies for an Easter basket stuffie. Just recycle a shirt and make a bunny instead.
Before you know it, summer will be here and you’ll want a new cover up to wear to the pool\beach. This pompom version looks fun and easy to make.
Most kids love ‘tiny toys’. This year hide those little gems inside a secret pocket Easter Egg.
Need something free to make other than a tee? This draped blouse not only dresses you up, but will be flattering on almost everyone (you will need to translate the page – word of warning: it won’t translate well because I’m pretty sure “effect of smell” doesn’t fit in the title well).