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This is a great scrapbusting project, and a creative way to make a scarf! With this project you can incorporate even the tiniest of fabric scraps as well as any decorative fibers or yarn and turn them into something lovely that you can wear. Soft and lightweight fabrics such as silk or rayon are recommended and should be trimmed using pinking shears or a rotary cutter with a pinking blade. And the magic that turns your scraps into a scarf is water soluble stabilizer such as Sulky Solvy.
This is the perfect bag to keep your sewing projects neat and organized with all the individual bits and pieces stored inside. The bag has a handle for easy carrying around or for hanging, it’s quick and easy to make, and comes in 3 sizes. You can make the bag using vinyl so you can easily see what’s inside, or you can make it using your favorite fabric – it’s easy to personalize.
Learn essential paper piecing skills to create intricate blocks with ease!
Don’t just admire complex quilts with sharp, perfect points — create your own! Find out how to do foundation paper piecing with seven free block patterns and step-by-step guidance from author Elizabeth Dackson. Create beautiful blocks as Elizabeth shares easy-to-follow techniques for planning your projects, cutting fabric and getting started with paper foundations. Discover how warm and cool colors help to accentuate precise piecing, and find out how to properly place your fabric before stitching. Elizabeth will demystify stitch length, irregular foundations, directional prints and pictorial blocks, sharing expert tips for impeccable results. You’ll be delighted how quickly you master the basics and breeze into stunning showpieces!
You’ll have no more tangled jumbles of thread when you use these handy thread cases. Special slots in each pocket enable you to easily thread a needle without removing the spools from their pockets and keep everything neat as a pin. The large case has four see through pockets which hold up to 48 spools of thread as well as a larger pocket for scissors, needles and other supplies. The 10″ x 30″ organizer neatly folds to a compact 8″ x 10″. Perfect for individual projects, the small case holds up to 12 spools of thread and folds to measure 5″ x 5″. Directions are given for a standing case as well as a version that folds flat.
This clutch is super easy to sew and looks special with added pin tuck detail. It’s the perfect size to carry all your necessities including wallet, cell phone, keys. This free purse pattern is brought to you by Sisters Sisters.
This is a very simple quilt pattern suitable for any level of sewing ability. It goes together quickly using strip piecing techniques which makes it a perfect beginner project. To make the design pop out, use your favorite colorful jelly roll fabrics against a white background. This free quilt pattern is brought to you by Samelia’s Mum.
The Midtown Messenger is a versatile bag you’ll want to carry everyday. It’s got a classic messenger bag style with lots of extra details. The outer bag has front and back slip pockets and a flap that secures with 2 tuck catch closures. Under the flap is a recessed zipper for extra security and a padded tablet pocket inside. Make the Midtown Messenger with durable waxed canvas for a rugged look or repurpose a pair of jeans and a vintage table cloth for a one-of-a-kind bag.
In her first two Doodle Stitching books, Aimee Ray proved that doodling isn’t just for paper anymore! Now she brings her irresistible art to a variety of embroidery techniques in a timeless resource for anyone with a needle and thread. Appealing to stitchers of all levels, the beautiful decorative stitches and techniques here include stumpwork, appliqué, Shisha, cutwork, and Sashiko. They’re all presented in Ray’s fresh, accessible, and whimsical style, with more than 20 fun projects and extra motifs so readers can personalize their creations.
The No Guts Boxie Pouch is a great way to become familiar with skills necessary for sewing handbags and accessories, while working with zippers and hardware to create a quick project that is perfect for travel, makeup or gifting! Create a professional looking accessory by using fusible interfacing and enclosing all of your raw edges within your project.
Sew beautifully constructed duffel bags that stand up to travel and stand out with custom style. Build your sewing skills to create bags as fun as they are functional.
Boost your bag-making abilities as you learn to sew professional-looking duffels with guidance from designer and author Betz White. Start with how to cut out all the fabric pieces for your bag and work with specialty stabilizers. Then, see how to construct two types of interior and exterior pockets complete with hardware, so all your necessities stay right where you want them. Assemble your bag’s front and back, create a full lining and get tips for sewing the curved end panels with neat, durable enclosed seams. Sew your duffel’s main zipper so it will never snag on the lining. Add sturdy upper and lower handles as well as a detachable shoulder strap. Finish your bag with a fully lined base and an optional insert for added structure. Learn how to sew a travel bag in a weekend!
This casserole carrier is easy to make using two pieces of fabric that cross in the middle. The carrier is lined using Insul-brite which will keep your dishes warm or cold during transportation, and the handles are made from fabric instead of wood which gives the carrier more stability. This free sewing pattern is brought to you by 2 Little Hooligans.