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Ruffled Diaper Cover Tutorial (Part I)

April 14, 2014 in Projects

il_fullxfull.224340340 These are just the sweetest little ruffled bloomers! Get excited, we'll get to use bias tape, the serger, and the ruffler foot (or gathering) in this tutorial! Part 1 shows how to make the diaper cover before putting the elastic in. Part 2 will be the serging and making the ruffles, then, adding them to the diaper cover. Supplies for the ...

DIY Bean Bag Tutorial

March 5, 2014 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': DIY Bean Bag Tutorial 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 ...

The Dahlia Pillow Tutorial

January 28, 2014 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': The Dahlia Pillow Tutorial It's finally here, the how-to-make-this-pillow tutorial! For this pillow, you'll need: - A 16" x 16" square cut fabric for the pillow front (I made a 15" x 15" finished pillow...so, if you do a larger or smaller pillow, just add an inch to the width and length to cut your fabric measurements) - For a Centered Zipper (follow link to tutorial), you'll need ...
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Bow Shoe Wraps by See Kate Sew

January 8, 2014 in Projects

BOW-SHOE-WRAPS-3 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 Tablet Cover

December 17, 2013 in Projects

i-pad cover 2b Create a stylish tablet cover using this fun and easy tutorial from Kris Thurgood of My Girlfriend's Quilt Shoppe! Whether you have one already or Santa puts a tablet under your tree, this case is just too cute not to accompany it. Plus, this would make a great gift to give to a tablet owner, too! Before you get started, take ...

Ruffled Bed Skirt Tutorial

December 3, 2013 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Ruffled Bed Skirt Tutorial If you've followed any of my posts, you may be able to tell that I am obsessed with ruffles...so, when it came time for a bed skirt for my daughter's bed...I ruffled it! This tutorial is for a standard twin bed. (For more ruffling tutorials: Comforter, Sassy Ruffled Tree Skirt, Ruffled/Gathered Table Runner) Supplies: 7.5 yards if you sew 2 longs sides and ...

Twin Comforter Blanket Tutorial

November 5, 2013 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Twin Comforter Tutorial Several months ago, when I was pregnant with my son and we were moving my 2 year old to a big girl bed, I just wanted to purchase a bedroom set for her. After relentlessly searching for the bedroom set that was absolutely adorable for the right price, we found what we loved and purchased it from a fairly nice ...

Sassy Ruffled Tree Skirt Tutorial

November 1, 2013 in News, Projects

IMG_1234 Happy Holidays! What a beautiful time of year!! Follow this fun tutorial to make a Ruffled Tree Skirt  to sass up your tree! See more Holiday tutorials with Baby Lock's Gift Guide! We'll turn this circle into the above picture using... A Baby Lock Serger (super fun), And, a Baby Lock Ruffler Foot (super fun), And, a Baby Lock Sewing Machine (also, super fun) with your general purpose ...

Trimmed Pillowcase Tutorial

September 26, 2013 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Trimmed Pillowcase Tutorial Follow this simple tutorial to make a cute trimmed pillowcase! Supplies: One yard of fabric (if you are a beginner, I wouldn't recommend anything stretchy) 45" of 1.5" wide ribbon (grosgrain or satin recommended; no wire) Multi-purpose thread And your Baby Lock sewing machine. :D Instructions: Leave your fabric on the fold as it came off the bolt (iron if necessary, or if your selvages are really ...