The beauty of sewing your own zip pouch is that, with a little bit of tweaking, you can use a wide variety of fabrics. I know the choices can be overwhelming, though. I’m here for you!
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!
Over the past year, I’ve had several discussions with people about my method for making banners or wall hangings. Let me tell you, it’s not a one step process! In fact, even though I’ve made quite a few wall hangings by now, I still follow a detailed checklist I made for myself so that I’mContinue reading “Baptism Banner Reflections”
Discover how to bind your quilt using the backing. I usually use this method when sewing with minky, but it works great with any backing material!
Finally to the last step in our T-shirt Quilt Sewalong – binding!
It’s finally time to get quilting! See how I machine quilted a t-shirt quilt on my home machine.
**Check out this post for the series overview and printable checklist!** In Week 6 of our T-Shirt Quilt Sewalong, we’re going to square up our quilt tops and baste together a quilt sandwich. I like to do both of these steps on my kitchen floor. Not only does it give me enough space to completelyContinue reading “How to Baste Your Quilt – T-Shirt Quilt Series Week 6”
It’s week 5 of our T-Shirt Quilt Sewalong! Time stitch together those rows you sewed last week and finish your quilt top.