I know I already posted about these, but seriously, buy this book if you haven’t! Oliver + S Little Things to Sew: 20 Classic Accessories and Toys for Children This post is about another “oops” project. If you’re like me, you’ll have plenty of those. And, it’s very rewarding when you can figure out a
Striped Rag Quilt
I finally tackled making a blanket! *woohoo!* I’m not sure why quilts and blankets have intimidated me for so long — not that intricate quilts still don’t — but for how much I’ve read tutorials on them, I kept putting off trying to make one myself. Rag quilts are sort of a beginner’s quilting project,
Fabric Easter Baskets
Hey! Remember me? If not, that’s okay… it’s been a very long time since I posted (except to link to other much more crafty people). I’m winding down from all the food, sugar and activities from this Easter. (Happy Easter!) I wanted to post about something I made that actually (1) turned out pretty cute
IKEA curtain to tote bag!
I’ve been wanting to make a tote bag for awhile now, to see how easy/hard it is, and also because tote bags are one of the most useful things ever invented since, like, … sliced bread? Okay, that doesn’t work there, but I’m sticking with it. Home decor fabric can get a bit pricey, but
I attempted something that resembled actual sewing. Like, something that’s not just a basic shape or something. Something someone would wear. I may faint. AND, here’s the kicker: it turned out resembling what it was supposed to. Dare I say… it’s CUTE! It’s a hat! (Actually, a couple!) Reversible Bucket Hats On a whim, I