So Many Tutorials, So Little Time!

I have been so busy cutting fabric and making bags for the shop I forgot to check my Bloglovin’ feed the past week! Oh my gosh did I find a ton of great posts! So to clear my feed and to save the links (besides pinning them) I thought I’d share my favorites with you today. Here they are:  Cape Scarf Tutorial by Delia Creates  –  If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll see that my town got almost 30″ {Read More}

New Tutorial ~ The Zippered Bag Strap~

Good Morning!  I am so excited to share a new tutorial with you today, Zippered Bag Strap! This clever strap/zipper combo is based of a backpack I had in college. What I loved about it was the ability to use it as a single strap to carry over my shoulder, but when it was heavier I could unzip it and use it as a backpack.  I’ve yet to find something similar since then, so I decided it was time to make my {Read More}

Flashback Friday! ~Sewing Pattern Tissue & Washi Tape Sketchbook ~A Tutorial~

Today for a special Flashback Friday I’m bringing back a tutorial I did for covering composition books. This would be perfect for those back to school composition books we buy for the kids, right?!?!  I made mine for my bag sketches, but the options are limitless. Back in my heavy scrapbooking days, I tended to cover all kinds of office supplies and storage containers with mod-podge and the latest pattern paper.  I often made custom recipe binders, little books for the {Read More}

Leather Catch-All Bowl – A Tutorial

I have a serious stash of binder clips. For the most part I keep them in a pull-out plastic drawer or in a pretty ceramic bowl next to my main machine. When I’m sewing with my other machines though, I have nothing to hold excess *stuff*. To help remedy the problem of my clip chaos, I drew up a mini version of my ceramic bowl and came up with this!  It’s super easy and quick to make, and I was able to {Read More}

DIY – Cub Scout Patch Banner

I live in a house full of Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts.  My husband is an Eagle Scout, so it was only natural that our boys joined Scouts when they started First Grade. When you are involved in Scouting there are many opportunities for service projects, classes and other events both locally and out of town.  After these events are done, the boys are given patches with the event logo on it.  So you can imagine with three boys and tons of {Read More}

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