This is a quick and easy step by step tutorial for how to sew a fabric bow.
You can turn your bow into a clip / barrette for your hair or a pin / brooch for clothing, bags, etc.
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This scarf is great because it’s easy, quick, and inexpensive to make!
I’m using fleece, but if you’re feeling ballsy, try it with a lighter weight fabric, like jersey knit.
This tutorial works best if you have a serger, but it can be done without one, your results will just be slightly different.
This is a step by step tutorial for how to sew a pixie skirt, also known as a handkerchief hem or a square circle skirt. If you already know how to make a circle skirt, this one is even easier!
This version features a different waistband style from my original circle skirt tutorial, which is
This is a quick and easy step by step tutorial for how to make a mini witch hat. Just in time for Halloween!
Click to watch the video! I’ll update soon with text/photo instructions as well.
You can make your hat to wear or just use it as a decoration.
You’ll need to
This is a nice, quick tutorial for beginners and pros alike! Not only are zipper pouches easy to make, but they’re practical as well. They make great little clutch purses, or make up bags, or storage for art supplies (or whatever else you want to use them for)!
Click below to watch a video
This is my step-by-step tutorial that will show you how to make a half apron using the free Mini Apron add-on pattern from my shop.
It’s a quick and easy project- great for beginners- and aprons make great gifts!
You might also want to grab the free pocket pattern or one of the
This is a super quick project for turning a t-shirt from crummy to kick-ass! Works best with a t-shirt that’s a little big (or really big) on you.
This tutorial is great for beginners because it requires no sewing! All you really need is a sharp pair of scissors, an old tee, and about 15
I’ve always loved trompe-l’œil (which means “deceive the eye” in French). I love things that look like other things: tuxedo shirts and bookcases that are secretly doors and paintings that look like windows to a secret garden.
Here is a project I made as a baby shower gift for an old friend of mine. We
I’ve just added a new free pattern to the shop. It’s a mini apron add on for the Vintage Style Apron pattern. You’ll need to purchase (or have already purchased) the Vintage Style Apron if you want to use it as shown in the example below.
However, as a bonus, I’ve also put together
This is a seven part series (in progress) that will show you damn near every possible way to gather fabric. Yeah, I said seven.
Why so many, you ask.
Isn’t one good enough?
Different fabrics will be better suited to different methods of gathered, so that’s why. Now quit questioning my authority!
Hold on to