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Create a reusable shopping bag to tote your goodies in style!  The attached swivel latch will keep your keys and store rewards tag handy!  Then embellish it with raw edge applique, using a vintage image from the Tim Holtz Eclectic Elements Correspondence collection, “Typo”!  We added initials from the print, to personalize it.   Featuring: Tim.. read more →

05 Apr 2017
April 5, 2017

Denim Bracelet Trio

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Denim accessories couldn’t be hotter, whether you choose a bleached option, indigo print or solid navy these denim bracelets rock.  Topstitched with Coats Jeans thread, they are simple to make- so make one or two or three! Skill level: Beginner Featuring: Dual Duty XP All-purpose, Coats Denim, Coats Topstitching and Coats Jeans threads Crafting time:.. read more →

Whether you’re having tea on your garden patio or huddled around a cozy fireplace, this cute cozy helps keep your brew warm for cup after cup. Choose a spring-like print from the Kaffe Fassett Collective for FreeSpirit fabrics. Finished Size of Project: Fits a 4-cup teapot (adjust for other sizes) Supplies Coats Dual Duty XP.. read more →

These easy little felt boxes have so many uses. They are a fun way to store (or gift) jewelry, or simply a place to put your change at night. They’re also perfect for individual table favors when filled with candy or other small treats. Though the felt boxes can actually be any size, to cut them.. read more →

Aw, the joys of a lovely, new Easter Dress! Growing up my dresses were usually Mom Made and I loved continuing the tradition for my daughter.  I have four pretty designs for you to choose from today – each one sweet, beginner-friendly and adorable! The Knot Dress Jess of the Sewing Rabbit blog designs beautiful.. read more →

29 Mar 2017
March 29, 2017

For the Love of Pets

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The Puyallup WA Sewing & Stitchery Expo is fondly known as the biggest sewing party in North America. As a Pacific Northwest resident, I have the privilege of attending and usually teaching each year.  The special events at the show are always incredibly fun, too. This year, I had a really paw-riffic time making a.. read more →

It’s Bunny Season and I’ve found a bevy of wonderful, fluffy, itty-bitty bunnies for you to sew! Whether you’re getting ready to celebrate Easter and thinking about filling baskets or just looking for some adorable Spring décor, you’re going to love the tutorials I found for you. Let’s hop to it! Baby Bunnies Helen from.. read more →

16 Mar 2017
March 16, 2017

The Legacy of Quilting

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March is National Quilting Month in the USA and on Saturday, March 18th, quilters everywhere will also celebrate Worldwide Quilting Day. The legacy of quilting has had an amazing, heartfelt, hands-on impact in our nation and the history is rich. Come with me on a little journey! Quilting Connects Us to the Past We often.. read more →

Those who sew and quilt are the most generous people I’ve known. There’s something about hands-on making  that expands our hearts and inspires us to reach out to others. Our Sewing Superpowers can enrich lives around the world through charitable sewing! Little Dresses for Africa My fabulously generous friend Barbara, has been making Little Dresses.. read more →

03 Mar 2017
March 3, 2017

Lunch to Go Bag

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  Create this easy, Zakka style inspired lunch bag to go! The piecing is easy breezy with no corners to match up!  Big stitch quilting highlights the patchwork. Finished size: 9” (23cm) x 8”(21cm)x 4” (11cm) Supplies: Coats Dual Duty XP All-purpose sewing thread Coats Bold Hand Quilting Thread Fabric required: 1/2 yard (.30m) Linen (Fabric.. read more →