Whether you have your own studio or a corner of your bedroom for your crafting, decor is an easy way to personalize your creative space. This wall art is perfect for seamstresses, and you can change up the words to fit the kind of sewing or crafting that you love to do. Materials: burlap wooden … Continue reading Sewing or Craft Room Wall Art
Today I'm over at Craftaholics Anonymous with a perfect end-of-the-year teacher gift! A DIY painted planter (that I'm super in love with) and a free thank you printable. So hop on over and check it out!
Today I'm over at Craftaholics Anonymous with my first post as part of the 2015 Creative Team! Head on over for an easy tutorial to make your own reversible mouse pad! Happy sewing!
In late September, my family decided we were going to take a camping trip. The weather forecast was predicting amazing fall weather - in the 70s - but being that we live in Wisconsin, it was still going to fall into the 50s at night. Since we were tent camping, I started thinking about how to … Continue reading DIY: Turn a blanket into a wearable sleeping bag for baby
Zipper pouches are perfect for basically everything... and a boxy pouch that can stand up? Better than perfect. It's easily a naptime sew (you know how I love those), so let's get making! Supplies: outer fabric lining fabric zipper 1. Cut two outer fabrics and two linings. I made mine 8in x 8in x 8in x … Continue reading DIY Boxy Zipper Pouch Tutorial
Last month, my sweet sister-in-law had a bridal shower, in anticipation of her fall wedding. I wanted to purchase her some necessities from her registry, but I also wanted to add a personal touch to her gift. So I made a quick zipper pouch with brown linen, and embroidered her soon-to-be married name on the … Continue reading Personalize a bridal shower gift
When you head to the beach (okay, when you head anywhere) with kids, you end up bringing a lot of stuff for all the inevitable messes and disasters. Diapers, wipes, sunscreen, snacks, extra clothes, sunglasses, water bottles, towels, toys... basically everything you own. I knew I wanted to make an extra large beach tote for … Continue reading DIY Extra Large Beach Tote + the most stylish baby wipes I’ve ever seen
Do you have a man in your life who is tricky to shop for? Yeah, me too. In thinking about what to get my husband for Father's Day, I decided to get him a nice set of drinking glasses (since all of ours have broken... I'll let you take a guess as to how that … Continue reading DIY Monogrammed Drinking Glasses
Day two of Straight Lines and Angles means more geometric sewing fun! Today I'm excited to have Lexi of Lexi Made as part of this series. Lexi is a new blogging friend of mine who is super talented, in both her sewing and photography. I love these ankle zips she made for her daughter's skinny jeans … Continue reading Straight Lines and Angles – Day 2: Lexi Made and a super easy envelope pillow tutorial
Awhile back, I was contacted by the Leather Hide Store, asking if I wanted to sew something with their leather. After taking a peek at their website, I got pretty excited. So. Many. Options. I settled on Dark Copper Mountain Saddle, and they sent me a remnant. And when I say remnant, I actually mean a super … Continue reading DIY Leather Notebook Cover [and a leather giveaway!]