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Create a dramatic look with this amazingly simple Chevron Quilt Pattern.
This color combo is so elegant and striking!
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There are a bunch of sewing tutorials out there that show how to make bias trim... but you (dear readers) keep asking me how, so here's how I do it!
This week I put the finishing touch - Pom-Poms trim - on my family room curtains and now I love them!
I've been working on this room for months now. Let me show you the progression...
After I realized that this would be the winning UnTutorial project this month, I sat down to figure out what size to make. I wanted a size that would be easy to handle, fast to make, and wouldn't waste fabric... the fat quarter size was perfect!
Lucky me and lucky you! Lecien Fabrics is letting me share another one of their fabulous 1 Yard Magic patterns! Last year I shared a few others, you can see them here.
Are you ready for an easy to make handle that looks great on lots of different bags? Here's the tutorial for the handles that I sewed on my 1 Yard Magic Lecre Totes.
Remember, you don't need to have blog to add your picture and show off something you made this week. Just leave the 'link' field blank. But if you do have a blog and want to add a link to your picture, great! The most clicked link will be spotlighted here next Friday.
I am so excited to share all these new additions to our SewCanShe Friendship Mini Blog Series! So many readers are joining in the fun and the results are beautiful:)
I guess it's pretty clear! The un-tutorial (or photo tutorial, in this case) that you want me to write a real tutorial for is this handy fold-up basket.
Some of you may have noticed that I like to use my sewing machine's walking foot (also known as an even-feed foot). I've gotten questions over the years about why I am using it for one project or another. So here's the (kind-of) long version if you want me to share all... Then I'll list the situations where I like to use it most.