Monthly Archives: April 2018

DIY: How to Sew a Garden Kneeling Pad

Who doesn’t look forward to spring? The air is warm, the sun is shining and the flowers are starting to bloom–it’s exactly what we all need after a long, cold winter. However, sometimes kneeling on the hard ground can put … Continue reading

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Make a Zesty Citrus Pin Cushion For Your Main Squeeze

You could just store your pins in the plain plastic container they come in, but why not give one of your hardest working sewing tools the presentation they deserve with a bright, handmade pin cushion? My good friend Jakki inspired … Continue reading

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DIY: How to Make Fabric Boxes

Combine your love of sewing and your need to be organized by creating these fun fabric bins. Make one for silverware, surprise your friends and family with a fabric gift box, or organize your drawers. Once you start to whip … Continue reading

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A Great Gift For Mother’s Day: The Refashion Handbook $10 Sale

One of the best ways to learn to sew, is transforming thrift store clothes into something more modern. Not only is it much more cost friendly than buying new fabric, but you can do your part to help keep so … Continue reading

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How to Make a Washable Fabric Bowl Cover and A New One Minute Video

I know my Minnesota friends won’t believe this, but summer really is almost here and you know what THAT means. PICNIC SEASON! And what goes great with those outdoor get togethers? Bright, colorful and happy bowls! These Fiesta Ware salad … Continue reading

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