A big thank you to Julie from Pink Doxies for sharing her quilting journey with us.
I can't wait to see a snapshot of your crafting journey tomorrow right here in our new linky party.
Aloha! Come join the fun:)
Hey there! Is your fabric all nicely organized in a way that inspires you to sew more?
If not, I've got some fabric storage tips for you!
Get dreamy, designer inspired pillowcases that will look amazing in your bedroom! This DIY sewing tutorial takes just a yard and a half of fabric per pillowcase and works great with cotton, linen, satin, or another light to medium weight fabric.
I've been on the hunt for pretty pillowcases for a while now. The problem is, I'm not fancy enough to want to put away our sleeping pillows every morning and only have throw pillows on the bed during the day. But I guess I am fancy enough to want my bed to look nice when I go to the effort to make it.
Do you have a small table that would look neat with a quilted table runner on it?
Share a photo of your mini quilt and I'll post it on the SewCanShe Blog!
I'm so excited to share with you this new little clutch bag pattern! I've been loving a whole lot of little bags that I see on Pinterest - especially those that have a zipper compartment on the inside - so I decided to incorporate a little zipper pouch inside this little bag.
A couple weeks ago I had the pleasure of visiting New York City.
One of the highlights of my trip was visiting FabScrap, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing fabric waste.
I hope you got the chance to vote for the baby quilt pattern that you want me to make for you this month! All the votes are tallied and now I get to show you which quilt design won...
I'm so excited to share with you my favorite DIY technique for making bias binding!
I love making my own bias binding for so many reasons. Here are a few...