Projects - Totally Stitchin

Serger-Made Washable Baby Wipes Tutorial

April 20, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Serger-Made Reusable Baby Wipes Tutorial Hello Totally Stitchin' friends! Today, I bring you a washable, soft, eco-friendly, reusable baby wipes tutorial! And, in honor of National Serger Month (whoop whoop), they are completely serger-made and so EASY to make! I included a free printable at the end for gift giving these as they make really great gifts for baby showers (and may require a little ...

Super Easy Serger-Made Burp Cloth Tutorial

April 17, 2015 in Projects

cover copy This reversible burp cloth is so so so easy to make! If you missed the simple coordinating bib, see the tutorial here!   Supplies: Serger and Sewing Machine (if you don't have a serger, follow this burp cloth tutorial) 2 layers of fabric (I recommend flannel for 1 or both sides), cut to desired size (13" x 18" is what I cut mine at) All purpose ...

Serger-Made Baby Bib Tutorial

April 15, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Serger-Made Baby Bib Tutorial These little reversible cuties are so easy to make and super fun to give as gifts! I just use this baby bib tutorial to whip one up for my newest little niece, Everly! (Burp cloth tutorial to come)! Supplies for the Serger-Made Baby Bib Tutorial: Sewing machine and serger (if you don't have a serger, follow this tutorial) All purpose sewing thread and 4 ...

Decagon Serger-Made Placemat Tutorial

April 13, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Decagon Placemat Tutorial This is an imperfect project, but this placemat tutorial is great for party decor and can be made with extra fabric scraps! I actually made mine with leftover triangles from this bunting I made. My triangles were 9" long by 7" wide at the top (but, it doesn't make each triangle even when the decagon is finished...it might be closer if ...

Easy Diaper Cake Tutorial + Some Sewing!

April 8, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Easy Diaper Cake Tutorial Diaper cakes...ah! Such a cute addition to a Baby Shower or Sprinkle! They also make for really great gifts after the shower is over! What you'll need for the Diaper Cake Tutorial: Diapers (I like the newborn and size 1 of Target's Up & UP because they are mostly white and are great for Diaper Cakes)! I purchased a Size 1 box ...

Serger-Made Bunting Tutorial

April 6, 2015 in Projects

123 Bunting adds so much festivity and color to a party, and this easy bunting tutorial is the perfect project for any get together! It's really awesome when you can make your own out of fabric because it can be used over and over again (passed around to family and friends for their parties, too)! You can also customize the length and size ...

Serger-Made Nursing Pad Tutorial

April 3, 2015 in Projects

IMG_5768 copy If you have a serger, why buy nursing pads? They're so easy and you can make them with scrap flannel and cotton batting (or, if you don't have scraps, the materials are pretty minimal)! You can also customize to the size you'd like and the fabric you want! Supplies needed for this Nursing Pad Tutorial: Sewing Machine and Serger Two 6" square cotton ...

DIY Wedding Veil: Part 1

March 27, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': DIY Wedding Veil Sewing is soothing to the soul (as many of us know)! Wedding planning can be fun and exciting, but can also be very stressful! So, why not take a break from the planning, calm your nerves, and sew your own wedding veil?! They're so easy and it's so rewarding to make this accessory for your very own wedding (or for ...

Easy Flower Hair Clip Tutorial

March 10, 2015 in Projects

Flower bow copy 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 ...

Quilted Pot Holder Tutorial

March 3, 2015 in Projects

179 In honor of National Quilting Month, I give you: a Quilted "Heart" Pad pot holder tutorial! This little hot pad is so easy and fun to make! Let's sew! You'll need one 2.5" x 44" strip of fabric for binding, two 9" fabric scraps, a 9" square of insulated batting, a fabric scrap for the heart, and fusible applique cut-away stabilizer. You may add an ...