I’m sure you girls are enjoying winter on your side. And ofcource with winter comes long and cozy indoor nights. Hence, I decided to bring you girls some sewing projects for winter that you can utilize in this cold weather.
It was a rectangular object covered in a beautiful sparkly gold gift wrapper with a red ribbon on top. She unwrapped the gift wrapper to find a newspaper under it. Funny. She tore the newspaper and under it was another newspaper. After 4 layers of newspaper she squealed with delight to find her favorite book inside that she had her eyes on for quite some time. I was satisfied.
I LOVE pranking my friends, though, I make sure no one’s hurt in the process either and everyone has a good laugh. But, pranking smart friends is really difficult. They somehow figure out what’s going on. It takes the fun out of it.
This other time I wanted to surprise my best friend with a special card that I secretly kept in her bag. I don’t know if it was my constant random questions or her smartness which gave way because in the end she somehow figured out that I had placed something for her in the bag and when she saw the card she wasn’t surprised at all. Blah! Lesson for next time; keep calm.
Onto today’s post.
Here you will find the ultimate list of gifts to sew for almost anyone in your family. 20 sewing ideas in each category with FREE sewing tutorials and patterns to choose from. I hope you find this unique list of ideas helpful in making budget friendly gifts for the entire family.
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Remember I asked on Facebook few days back about how many medium sized projects you can sew, well here’s my answer THREE! YUP! I made three totally awesome projects from just ONE pillow case. Cool, right! So here’s a TIP:
Whenever you see a pillow case on discount buy
AS MUCH AS you cansome to use for sewing gifts or other stuff around the house.
Here’s a HUGE list of some of the very best and unique free bag patterns and tutorials, hand picked by none other than yours truly. Includes patterns and tutorials for totes, clutches, lunch bags, man bags, messenger bags, weekend bags, backpacks AND pouches. Also included are some of the bag sewing secrets we’ve covered in past few weeks. Pin and bookmark now and sew later!
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Hello! Looking for an easy wallet tutorial? You have come to the right place. In this post I’m sharing 8 super cute wallet ideas to try.
Believe it or not, this post has been in my drafts for like AGES though I have no idea why. After I finished making my wallet, I found a few really pretty ones on Pinterest, which I’m gonna list here. There are also few versions that can be made for toddlers. So cute!
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i haven’t done these posts for a while, mostly because I’m running out of time, but recently I have been pinning some AWESOME pins that I just HAD to share with you girls.
So, without a further delay, here are some of them from my sewing board.
1st is this totally amazing organizer which can actually STAND. I think I should add it to my 6 Must sew things for 21st Century Girl post.
Linking up to these blogs:
Not just a housewife, Savvy Southern Style, Funky Junk Interiors, French Country Cottage, Six Sister’s Stuff, Sew Much Ado, DIY Show Off, I heart Naptime, Craft berry Bush, Coastal Charm, DIY by Design, Too Much Time , The Charm of Home, Flamingo toes, Flour Me With Love, Someday Crafts, What’s Cooking Love, The Crafty Blog Stalker, Create Craft Love, My Romantic Home, Sugar Bee Crafts, Time to Sparkle @ The Gunny Sack, Home Stories A to Z, The Girl Creative, Kathe With an E, The 36th Avenue, Lil’ Luna, http://freshideastudio.com, My Re-purposed Life, 2 Crochet Hooks, It’s Overflowing, Live Laugh Rowe, One Dog Woof, One Project Closer, Glitter Glue and Paint, Natasha in Oz, Lolly Jane, Gina’s Craft Corner
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I’m so excited to bring you today’s post. It’s actually in collaboration with our all favorite
Hometalk! Have you heard about them?
It’s the largest decorators’ and DIYers’ hangout place. A place where everyone (professionals and homeowners alike) gets together to discuss and appreciate all the beautiful home and garden decor/improvement projects.
Last week, I received an e-mail from them to curate a board on DIY Canopies which I would love for you to check out!
In this post I’m sharing 12 awesome Back to School Sewing Ideas with free patterns. Everyone’s prepping for the new school season, and so am I. I have a notebook cover to sew before the semester starts in 2 weeks. I’m so glad I’ll be starting with the second year of my Bachelors. *Happy dance*