Sewing Tutorial Archives - Totally Stitchin

Wonder Woman Inspired Headband and Cuffs Tutorial

July 30, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Wonder Woman Inspired Sewing Projects Use this simple tutorial to make Wonder Woman inspired headband and cuffs. This project is the perfect addition to your costume closet! Looking for the full costume tutorial? Sign up for Baby Lock's enews emails to receive a bundle of free Super Hero Halloween costume tutorials with Baby Lock's 2015 Halloween Ebook! Wonder Woman Inspired Headband Supplies: About 8" yellow knit fabric (I ...

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 ...

by Elise

Super Hero Cape

July 2, 2013 in Projects

For my nephew's 5th birthday, he had a costume/pool party. I had to come up with a costume that wasn't too hot and still worked with my son's swimsuit.  I decided to make him a super hero cape! I did it the morning of the party and it was so simple. I threw it together in no time. Super hero capes are so easy ...

by Elise

Sweet and Simple Diaper Covers

June 14, 2013 in Projects

What's more fun than having a girl? Dressing a girl!! Baby H. has a closet full of dresses but I really wanted to make her a diaper cover for her sweet baby pictures! They are simple, fast, and oh so adorable! SUPPLIES - fabric - thread - 1/4" to 1/2" elastic - safety pin, pins, iron, scissors - Baby Lock sewing machine I had an old pattern ...

Chic Baby Blanket

May 30, 2013 in Projects

Another cute baby gift: a cuddly, reversible, bordered blanket. I wish my camera could have captured the great teal color used in this blanket because it looked really awesome in person (I also have to apologize for some of the blurry photos...they looked good on the camera)! I used a light weight corduroy and a textured fleece-like fabric (from JoAnn ...

by Elise

Fabric Belts

May 7, 2013 in Projects

Belts are hard to find in little sizes and they are pretty expensive when you can get your hands on them. Toddler fabric belts are SO easy to make. Seriously, a 20 minute project. It will take you longer to pick out your fabric than it will to make it! SUPPLIES 3" x 27" Fabric (my belt was made for my 2 year old ...

by Elise

Simple Fabric Headbands

April 12, 2013 in Projects

Nothing is easier than making simple fabric headbands. I really think that all beginners should start with projects like this. As long as you can measure around your head, then you can do this. Plus they are super cute! Here's how... SUPPLIES headband template-I just make one up and draw it out scraps of fabric 5" of elastic (the width is a personal preference- ...

by Elise

Make Your Own Hooded Towel

March 19, 2013 in Projects

I decided during bath time the other night that the hooded towel was a great invention. Why do I only own two? Well, probably because I didn't want to waste any more money when I had a million towels without hoods at home! I immediately knew I needed to make more. Plus, it would be a great way to practice fabric applique (I have a ...

by Tori

Christmas Tree Pillow Tutorial

November 21, 2012 in Projects

Over the summer, I was lucky enough to receive a ton of sewing stuff (books, trims, patterns, etc.) from my great aunt and a tackle box full of vintage buttons that once belonged to my great grandmother. The excitement of receiving this stuff was two fold: I got a ton of notions for my stash AND they have a sentimental ...

by Tori

Favorite Travel Handmade Projects

September 14, 2012 in News, Projects

Remember when I mentioned Travel Handmade? Well, the Sewing Summit pin board dedicated to Travel Handmade is dripping with some of the most amazing projects and patterns for everything from key fobs to weekender bags. I have to warn you though, only look at the pin board if you are able to immediately sit down and sew afterward. I want to ...
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