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Baby Lock’s 2015 Halloween Patterns and Templates

July 30, 2015 in Projects

Halloween is coming up, so let's start stitching those costumes! We, at Baby Lock, have put together our Baby Lock 2015 Halloween Ebook, full of some really great project tutorials for those spooky festivities! Below, you'll find the Halloween patterns and templates featured in this year's Ebook. How do you get this free Halloween Ebook fill with lots of free tutorials? ...

Easy Flower Hair Clip Tutorial

March 10, 2015 in Projects

In this easy flower hair clip tutorial, you'll learn how you can whip up an adorable accessory for your little girl! Find the instructions for this adorable sundress here.   Let's make a flower hair clip! These are so easy! Supplies: Fabric (one 45" strip and some scrap - see step 1) Sewing Machine and Thread Serger/Thread (optional) Ruffler Foot that is compatible with your machine or you can gather Multi-purpose ...

Make a Cinch Backpack Bag with a T-Shirt!

November 3, 2014 in Projects

Christmas is coming and these drawstring backpack bags (or cinch bags) make really great, personalized gifts! Did you know that Americans spend about $450 billion on Christmas gifts every year (resource here). I learned about an idea 2 years ago called Advent Conspiracy and it proposes the idea of celebrating Christmas differently by giving special, relational gifts and not spending ...

Simple Summer Dress Tutorial #2

July 16, 2014 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Simple Summer Dress #2 Looking for a dress tutorial that is sweet and simple? Look no further! I made this for my 3-year-old and with a few measurements you can make this for babies all the way to maybe 7 or 8 (just have to make sure you get the appropriate amount of fabric). Get your sewing machine ready and a serger is helpful too! Ok, to ...

Simple Summer Dress Tutorial #1

June 19, 2014 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Simple Summer Dress Tutorial This dress can be made with measurements for baby to young child (like 6 years old or so)! As my 3-year-old daughter, Olivia, only wants to wear dresses lately, I decided to whip a couple of dresses up for her benefit (and my benefit because of price (with coupons) and your benefit because I have another fun project tutorial)! This project ...

DIY Bean Bag Tutorial

March 5, 2014 in Projects

The theme of my nephew's first birthday party is Old Fashioned County Fair, so I made some quick and cute bean bags for a bean bag toss. Follow this easy tutorial to whip up a set for yourself! BONUS: this DIY Bean Bag Tutorial is an excellent scrap buster, so no need to purchase more fabric!  Supplies: Each bag requires two 5" x ...

DIY Simple Tab Top Blackout Curtains

February 28, 2014 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': DIY Tab Top Blackout Curtains Simple tab top blackout curtains! Here we go... Supplies -To find out how much fabric you need, measure the length that you would like and add 6.5" (for the hem) then, double that amount for 2 panels. Then, add a 1/2 yard for the tabs. -For Blackout fabric, you'll need only the length of the curtain x 2 if you are doing 2 ...
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Bow Shoe Wraps by See Kate Sew

January 8, 2014 in Projects

Make these simple and adorable bow shoe wraps to wrap up your boots this winter! You can even wrap your high top sneakers in them. I love these because they can totally dress up a boring pair of shoes or just add an extra dimension to your outfit. Plus, they add a layer of warmth. When I wear them I ...
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DIY Baby Washcloths

September 9, 2013 in Projects

Now that baby H. has made her appearance, I needed to get some new baby washcloths but decided it would be more fun to make them. Baby gear is always way cuter when you get to personalize it. To make it even better, they were so simple to make. I had picked up a couple new hand towels a few weeks ...
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Fabric Picture Board

June 27, 2013 in Projects

Here is a perfect accent project for your home to use up that extra yard of fabric! I had bought a yard of fabric that I had fallen in love with when we moved a year ago, and planned on getting more to use to re-cover some chairs in our kitchen if the colors worked. But, with our crazy, busy ...
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