This tutorial is part of the “Build a Zip Pouch Series”, giving you the skills you need to sew custom zip pouches in a variety of styles and sizes. A basic zip pouch pattern is great to master then use as a springboard into other custom pouches. At 8″ x 4.5″, this one is the perfect size for pencils, makeup brushes, or to organize smaller objects slipped into your purse.
From vintage feed sack to apron! Here are my project notes 🙂
How to attach doilies to fabric, making your heirlooms functional again!
In anticipation of the Barnabas Bag pattern being released next month, here are some of my favorite phrases sized to fit perfectly on the tote’s 5″ square pocket. There are two files, one with block lettering and one with script lettering. Each file has eight unique phrases. You can resize and use these embroidery patterns anywhere that could use a little boost!
We have a special guest blogger today! My daughter spent the weekend making a puppet with the Chit Chat Puppet pattern by Abby Glassenberg. She’s here to share her thoughts on the pattern and process.
Last month, I had the opportunity to test Talofa Kids new Advent wreath pattern. Here are my notes!
I’ve gathered 12 of my favorite handmade stores into one place! You can browse and shop to your heart’s content, knowing that your purchase will be supporting a small business in a big way.
After reading about the ancient Chinese form of block printing, the kids wanted to try it out for themselves. Learn from our endeavors and do your own block printing at home!
This zip pouch tutorial is as simple as you can get for a lined pouch. Plus, it’s a great way to use a single piece of special fabric for the exterior!
I’m excited to share a great opportunity for connection with other business owners specializing in handcrafted goods. This year will be Reclaimed for Good’s first annual “Handmade Holiday Shopping Guide”, featuring handmade *very* small businesses.