Hello Cuties! I have a sewing question. I am making a slipcover case for 2 rocking chair cushions, The original upholstery, which I am leaving on, has a 3/8 in. piped V design on both sides of the back cushion. To soften the protrusion of the piped V
UPDATE below-Hi Cuties, Some of you were inquiring how I made these Coat Hanger Safes, so I put together some photos and a few instructions. Please read all through before starting your project. You only have 2 pattern pieces to this project, but you will
Some of you asked how I maked the refreshing of my shirt. There it is: 1. Turn your shirt right side in, mark the center of the front and iron on a thin strip of stabilizer. 2. Cut along the strip 3. Cut two strips of a matching fabric about 2
Quilting with rulers. I'm hopeless at free motion quilting so I thought I'd try rulers. They came with instructions to make a case to keep them in which was a sampler of the templates. I'm not sure if I'll ever be happy with my efforts! For my next
This is what has been keeping me busy for the last few days. I began with a Tilda charm pack which I had had for ages and some Bomull from Ikea. I made up a piece of patchwork with alternate squares, big enough to go round me with a bit extra . I layer
UPDATED with more.----Hello Cuties, I thought of something else this evening to make for a trip gift. A clothes hanger cover, with a hidden zipper pocket. If you have a lot of clothes at home, maybe by the time a burglar finds this hanger the police will
Polyester canvas shopping bags. Free plastic bags are supposed to be phased out this year ,so I hope these will sell. Second photo is the same bag as in the first bag but has a large press stud sewn on the sides to make the bag smaller when empty.
MONKEY UPDATE-Good morning Cuties! Yesterday the cutest little Italian showed up with pizza all over him! Then this morning, look what was perched on my chair! First there was one, now there are four, I don't know if I Can make anymore!
Small Disappearing nine patch quilt A lady in our quilt group uses polar fleece for the backing for toddler and baby quilts. So I thought I'd give it a try. It makes a lighter quilt than one with batting and would be great for summer quilts. Not
Edit photo to show use- KITCHEN BOA instructions by TOOGIE Supplies needed 1 Kitchen towel 9inch x WOF (45inch) regular supplies for sewing and embroidering * I suggest a design no wider than 4 inches across. I will explain why later. St