Sewing Projects Archives - Totally Stitchin

by Tori

Last Minute Easter Ideas

March 28, 2013 in Inspiration

Easter is just around the corner, BUT there's still time to whip up a cute treat or two for decor or as a gift! Check out the ideas below: 1. Easy Bunny Candy Pouch By Merrilee of Mer Mag; Full project instructions here                                         2. Marshmallow Bunny Plushie By Amanda of Dandelions and Lace ; Learn how to make these cute plushies here                         3. Scrap-busting Easter Carrots By Jenny Doan from Missouri Star Quilt Company      

by Susan G

Christmas Countdown Tutorial

December 10, 2012 in News, Projects

It's a few days late, but I finally completed my Christmas Countdown banner (Or Advent Calendar).  It was not very difficult, but a little tedious with different parts and steps. I did it all on my Ellure Plus! We can fill each pocket with a surprise for my kids to count down the days until Santa comes. Materials Needed: [caption id="attachment_8282" align="alignright" ...

by Tori

Thanksgiving Projects Pinterest Round Up

November 16, 2012 in Projects

If any of you are like me, then you still have plans to make some Thanksgiving-related projects. There are a ton of cute and easy-to-make Turkey Day projects floating around Pinterest, so I have rounded up a few of my favorites: Fall Circle Applique Tree Turkey Placemat Thanksgiving Napkins Turkey Applique Shirt and Skirt  *Click on the thumbnails to go to ...

by Susan G

Doorway Puppet Theater Tutorial

August 16, 2012 in Projects

My kids are getting very theatrical and are enjoying putting on skits and puppet shows (daily).  I decided to make them a curtain that can be used for both types of shows.  It was very easy to make on my Ellure Plus and does not take long at all (I did the whole thing during nap time-what a fun surprise ...

by Kelly

Fun and Fast Wavy Quilt Binding

March 24, 2010 in General, Tips & Tricks

Put that decorative edge rotary blade to work for a fun and fast way to bind the edges of your quilt!First fuse one side of a paper backed fusible web, such as Steam-a-Seam 2 to the wrong side of your binding fabric. Then using a cutting mat, ruler and rotary cutter (with a pinking or wavy blade) cut strips of ...

by Kendra

Boring Baby…I don’t think so

June 17, 2009 in General

My best friend from high school is having a baby. She's has her own, non-traditional, rocker-punk kind-of style that completely fits her attitude. Oh, and she plays in a band and is a blackbelt. Needless to say, your typical cute baby garb is not for her. So, Ive made her some bibs that are more her style. The kid is hip ...

by Mac

Megan Midworth

September 17, 2008 in News

Dove's Nest Designs One of the biggest challenges for anyone, sewer or non-sewer, is finding that perfect balance between a career and life at home. One Stitchin’ Woman who has managed to combine these facets is Megan Midworth of Dove’s Nest Designs. Megan creates original bags, skirts, jewelry and more with an incredible variety of techniques, including patchwork, appliqué, and even glass ...
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