Yesterday I started decorating for Halloween – one of my favorite holidays! You’ll find that I write quite a few tutorials for the occasion. Here’s some of my most recent for Bernina’s WeAllSew: Mummy Pillow Slipcover (the eyes even glow!), Halloween Mask, and Devil Headband.
Still thinking about what you might stitch up for Halloween? Here’s some of the most popular Superhero costumes of 2021. If that’s not your bag, here’s some great pop culture costume ideas for 2021. FYI, most of these are just “ideas” for costumes and not links to the actual patterns themselves (although some do have great free pattern links attached).
Exploding boxes have been a huge success in the machine cutting\papercrafting world. If you’ve always wanted to try one for yourself, here’s one in fabric form.
If you have fabric scraps that you’re saving for just the right project, this coin purse may just be it.
My aunt recently stitched up some gifts for a baby shower which included a set of homemade baby bibs (this version has a great side snap).
Fabric panels can be tricky to figure out how to use. I love the idea of transforming them into body pillows (and especially love that this one glows in the dark).
I’m sort of out of the loop on kid’s shows lately, but I do know Bluey is a huge hit. Here’s how to make your child a Bluey (or Bingo – same pattern, different colors and spots) costume for Halloween.
If you’re looking for a unique way to upcycle jeans, check out this beautiful autumn leaf pillow. If does use a cutting machine, but could definitely be made without one.