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Hemstitched handkerchiefs - My wedding dress was made from hand-stitched linen closest liners that my great aunt made. Do this craft and it could become a family heirloom.

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origami bag tutorial. i would use a heavier fabric and add a liner, but otherwise this looks great! and easy.

Make your own labels!! {This photo has been floating around with a bad link. THIS ONE IS THE RIGHT LINK and will take you right to the tutorial. Help keep Pinterest clean and watch your links, please!}

No one likes cold stiff tortillas. Keep your tortillas warm and cozy with the easy to follow tortilla cozy tutorial. A must-have for the taco lover.

I made 5 pairs of pajama pants in one afternoon last week!  Can you believe that? What you need: 2-3 yards of flannel fabric 1/2 inch elastic (measured to your waist size) pattern (found below) or…  use your own by simply folding your favorite pj pants as shown and using them as a pattern. Here’s … … Continue reading →

Easy Princess Cape Tutorial

I made 5 pairs of pajama pants in one afternoon last week!  Can you believe that? What you need: 2-3 yards of flannel fabric 1/2 inch elastic (measured to your waist size) pattern (found below) or…  use your own by simply folding your favorite pj pants as shown and using them as a pattern. Here’s … … Continue reading →

This tote bag can be made with as many or as few different colors that you want to use. It is a great pattern for using up your stash yarns. This pattern is not complicated. This pattern uses different stitches for each row. Instructions for lining the tote have also been included. The way I line my bags is the most simple way I have found, I love to crochet, but sewing is a challenge for me.

There are lots of ways to sew a bias binding to finish a garment, so I’ve put together a series of tutorials to walk you through three of my favorite options! You’ll see these demonstrated on my Gemma sewing pattern, but you can use these techniques for any necklines, armholes, or hems that you please! Click on the photosRead more...