The Men’s Bowtie pattern was featured over at Hawthorne Threads on their round-up of things to make for Father’s Day!
This sewing tutorial will show you how to make your own quilted fabric. This can be handy when you’re making things like hot pads, pot holders or ovenmitts and you need a lush quilted fabric to give you padding. For quilted fabric, you layer cotton batting in between 2 …
This sewing pattern shows you how to make an adorable and quirky chicken potholder. The hotpad is vintage-inspired, and uses quilted fabric to give it a lush padding. The potholder is as functional as it is cute. Whip up one for your own kitchen, or make one as a hostess gift for your next dinner party!
The reversible apron pattern was featured over at theFabrics-Store blog! I guest posted a tutorial version of the apron, made in the beautiful mustard yellow linen fabric. I’m in love with this fabric! I’ve been making this apron for years in cotton, and this is by far the loveliest one I’ve ever made. The linen gives beautiful structure, makes lovely ruffles, and is easy to care for (just throw it in the wash!)
The free simple curtain pattern was featured at Feminin Le Ben. The pattern shows you the fundamental’s of making a simple set of curtains. The curtains can be customized to your windows, and the pattern shows you how to adjust the sizing to fit perfectly. The article features several DIYs to spruce up your bedroom and living room.
This sewing tutorial will show you how to make a buttonhole using your sewing machine. Some machines have a built-in feature, which uses these same steps — and each machine can vary a little in how much they’ll do for you.