Liesl Gibson from Oliver + S shows how to make a lace flutter sleeve. She shows it as a variation on their School Bus T-Shirt, but this will work with any basic t-shirt pattern. It would also be a pretty sleeve variation for a dress. Her tutorial...
DIY - Fabric alphabet toy letters done ChicagoNow (blog) I did a tutorial on how to make these DIY - Fabric alphabet toy letters in June. June! I had about 4 letters done and I promised that I would post when the rest were complete.
You'll probably find the best ideas from friends or from sewing blogs that you stumble upon, but here are a few websites that will get you fired up. DMC: Stitching ideas and inspiration. Sew Can She: Sewing website and blog ...
Anchors, boats, lighthouses and the sea. You can’t look very far these days without running into items with the nautical theme. Especially this time of year! Luckily, this translates beautifully into the world of patchwork and quilting.
Jillee of One Good Thing addressed a common issue with typical tablecloths used outside, edges flapping up in the wind. She used a store-bought quilt as the base fabric then modified it to fit a patio umbrella table.
I had the unfortunate problem of someone stealing one of my photos recently. I knew it was possible this could happen and that I had some protection under the law, but had never thought about what I would do if I were a victim.
When sewing vintage clothing there are many different approaches to take in order to create an authentic look. Sewing from a real vintage pattern is perhaps the most obvious way, but it's not always the easiest.
I notice a lot of quilters talking about the how-to's of scrap quilting. Scrap quilts were my first love and I think there's a lot to be learned from looking at and making them, so this makes me happy.
I found having 12 quilts to make in a year a really great way to stay motivated, on track and working towards increasing my skill set. I did however also find that with the responsibilities of the Exhibition in August the momentum ...
Was your summer filled with sand and sailboats? It's time to bid summer a fond farewell, but your sewing projects can still give a nod to the sea. Let's explore some gorgeous nautical projects and patterns created by your fellow Craftsy members!
Inspirational Strippy Quilts: Amazon.co.uk: British Patchwork and Quilting Magazine: Books (Inspirational Strippy Quilts by British Patchwork and Quilting Magazine http://t.co/qIb9X3b1I5 via @AmazonUK)...
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