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Candy Monster Plushy Project

October 22, 2015 in Projects

Candy Monster Plushy Project Looking for a cute Halloween project to work on? Check out this fun, not-so-spooky monster plushy! Click here to download the Candy Monster Plushy project instructions!
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Easy DIY Swaddle Blankets

October 21, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Easy DIY Swaddle Blankets It has been baby girl central in my world lately, and I couldn't be happier and more excited to sew all of the cute pink things! I've been working on bow holders, and now I'm onto swaddle blankets. Keep reading for a super easy, beginner-friendly DIY swaddle blanket tutorial!   For one swaddle blanket, you'll need: 1 yard flannel or double gauze/swaddle cloth Serger 3 ...
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Vintage Made Modern: Quilted Hair Bow Holder

September 23, 2015 in Projects

VMM 378x335 GIVEAWAY Hey guys! I just wanted to let you all know that we're over at the Indygo Junction blog today participating in a tour for Amy Barickman's new fabric line, Vintage Made Modern. I put together a quick and easy project featuring these fabrics.The project I created is a Quilted Hair Bow Holder that is perfect for gift giving, especially if you ...
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Travel Tissue Keeper Tutorial

September 15, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Travel Tissue Holder Tutorial Whip up an easy travel tissue keeper on your serger with this fun tutorial! All you need is a couple pieces of fabric, thread, and a serger. Find project instructions here!
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Glasses Case Sewing Project

September 11, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Glasses Case Sewing Project Carry your sunglasses in style with this super easy DIY glasses case sewing project! All you need is a couple pieces of fabric, thread, and your sewing machine. Click here to download project instructions!

Binder Pouch Tutorial

September 9, 2015 in Projects

Make-a-Binder-Pouch- Back to school season is upon us! Create a binder pouch that you can personalize for a special little someone with this tutorial from Riley Blake Designs. This pencil case will help your loved one keep track of their school supplies throughout the school year. This Tutorial includes step-by-step images it's very easy to follow. If you're interested in more back to ...

Baby Lock’s 2015 Halloween Patterns and Templates

July 30, 2015 in Projects

2015 Halloween EBOOK 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? ...

Easily Make Your Own Swimwear Bottoms Pattern!

July 30, 2015 in Projects

MakeYourOwnSwimBottomsPattern It's very easy to make your own basic swimwear bottoms pattern from an existing pair! You'll need a pair of basic swimsuit bottoms, a pencil, and  2 pieces of paper or fabric (sometimes I use interfacing scraps) large enough to trace the pattern onto. (P.S. If you are using this post for the Wonder Woman-Inspired Costume, make sure to raise the waistline of ...

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 ...
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Skirting the Issue 2015

July 6, 2015 in Projects

Skirting the Issue with Simple Simon & Co. Have you heard of Skirting the Issue? It's an amazing initiative that was started by liZ and Elizabeth from Simple Simon & Co. Skirting the Issue is a month-long event that encourages all sewers and wannabe sewers to make skirts to donate to girls in foster care, so they have a cute, made-just-for-them skirt to wear on the first day ...
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