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  • Christmastime is the best time of the year. The music…the festivities….and the sewing! Follow along as we teach you how to create a fabric Christmas Tree Garland. You can display this garland on your tree, your fireplace mantel, your office desk…anywhere you like. We hope you enjoy this project and be sure to share with your family and friends. Merry Christmas! Supplies: Fabric…

  • We’ve been going nuts over these Embroider Buddies! They’re so cute and soft; you can’t help but snuggle them. Best of all, you can customize them any way you like. Don’t have an embroidery machine? No problem! You can also hand embroider, use transfer designs, or even patches. Let your creativity run wild! All you need is a 4×4 hoop, which is…

  • Anyone else waiting until the very last minute to start sewing and crafting this holiday season? I know I am! Just like last year. But that’s okay, because we have here a huge list of quality DIY gifts that will take, from start to finish, no more than 30 minutes. There are projects for Women, Men, Teens, and Kids. Many of these…

  • When my Mom had my eldest sibling, she was an extra cautious new mother. Instead of hanging glass balls, she cut out Christmas shapes (trees, angels, etc), stuffed them, and hand sewed them together to make fabric ornaments. Between the cat and the new kid, she didn’t want to risk having shattered glass on the floor.  Trust me, this was a painstaking,…

  • If you’ve got about 30 minutes, you can make 2 fitted, zippered pillow cases. It’s super easy and fast.  All you need is two standard size bed pillows, a yard of fabric, and 2 zippers. I highly recommend flannel fabric, especially since they come in about a million adorable Christmas prints. I used suede fabric for my backing because I didn’t buy…

  • Coasters are not only functional, but one of the easiest projects to sew. Why not deviate from the standard square and circle shapes to something a little more fun? Not only is this a fast project, but it will reduce that overflowing pile of scrap fabric you just can’t throw away. Mix and match different fabrics for a truly unique set of…

  • In my opinion, Men are notoriously difficult to sew for. It seems the go-to project is anything with a sports team logo, but not all guys are into sports. And what fabric do you use? I recommend giving wool a shot. Try to find some in a masculine color without a pattern and craft something around his hobbies. For instance, I made…