I am super excited about this quilt! The design has been bouncing around in my mind for a while. This tutorial will guide you through how to make it and includes the PDF Pattern Downloads for the letters. I decided to share the pattern in a hurry after the enormous feedback for requests for the
First, you need to download the paper pattern and print it in color (preferably) on your home printer on 8.5″ x 11″ paper. Follow the directions on the pattern pieces to cut out and tape your patterns together. Be sure your printer is set to “actual size” so the pattern prints to actual size and
A basic zipper pouch teaches you all sorts of skills like top stitching, zipper insertion, squared off corners and turning a bag. It makes a quick gift for anyone…just adjust your fabrics to match the recipient’s personality. For this pattern, we will use a basic sheet of copy paper as the pattern. MATERIALS 1/2″ yard
I was playing around in Illustrator a couple weeks ago. Often I play with designs that never go anywhere. As an artist and designer, for me, that can be unsettling. I was raised with a strong “work ethic.” Never watch someone else working without helping. Make all the moments count. Do the work. Putting so
I developed this easy beginner apron pattern for my Zero to Sewing students. The pattern is designed to easily adjust to any size and uses only straight stitching. WHAT YOU’LL NEED: Plain white copy paper A ruler Tape Paper scissors Fabric scissors One yard of your primary fabric One yard of a contrast fabric (or
Let me tell you about this awesome group of ladies! We arrived at Lutheridge Quilt Camp on Thursday afternoon and began setting up machines and projects. Folks arrived from New Mexico, Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. Some knew each other but most did not. The room was divided into three areas.
I just released a new Candy Corn Pouch of the Month Pattern, and when I was making the sample, I couldn’t resist turning it into a Trick-or-Treat tote bag instead of a zipper pouch. The pattern you can purchase here is still for a zipper pouch, because it goes with the pouch of the month
I love them! I love them! I want to keep them all!!!!! I made these little cutie patooties and I love them so much. They are a great scrap buster. I visited my local antique mall in Little Mountain, SC and found all the cups. My goal was to pay less than $3 for each.
As a child, I never really liked the circus…I was always so far away that I guess the “wow” factor was never there. But then, I took my own children as an adult. At the time, I was lifting weights daily and I spent the entire time in awe of the strength of the acrobats
(Scroll down for links and a “Hitting the High Points” section…) This was such a fun pattern to make. It is a dress and/or top pattern from Friday Pattern Company. Wearing it makes me feel a bit like a baby doll. Now, I must say, you can get totally scandelist with this top. I am