A few years ago I decided to make my family new Christmas stockings. Little did I know, I would be adding more every year. Our family has grown from 5 celebrating Christmas to 12 in just a few short years!
My stockings are patchwork, made out of 2-inch squares, and I hope to make up a tutorial soon. While you are waiting for my tutorial, check out all of these amazing Christmas stocking patterns. Continue reading →
All of the infinity scarf and cowl crochet patterns are not only stunning and stylish, they are easy enough to crochet quickly!
This list was inspired by my need to find easy projects I could make while I am recovering from neck surgery. I found so many amazing patterns, I am not sure where to begin… I guess starting with #1 is maybe the best option? Continue reading →
I was going to do a round up of fall wreaths, but instead I thought these DIY fall buntings would be much more fun! They make me want to go dig through all of my fabric bins and paper drawers to see what I can come up with. How about you? Continue reading →
If you want a nice Halloween decoration to hang up in your own home, or to give as a gift, perhaps one of these amazing Halloween wall hangings will interest you. You will find an assortment of free patterns that are great from beginners to the more advanced quilter in this collection.
Browse through this collection see which one interested you the most. Actually, if you get started now Which one do you think will look best in your living room or hanging on your office door? Is there one that would make a lovely gift for a neighbor, friend, or relative? Continue reading →
I am always looking for an excuse to sew bags or pouches, so finding some pencil cases to sew seemed like a timely project!
You might be thinking there isn’t a lot of variety when it comes to sewing pencil cases, but all you have to do is scan this list real fast to see that couldn’t be farther from the truth! You can find projects that are simple enough for a child or beginner and more complicated projects too. There is definitely something for all ages to enjoy. Continue reading →
Kids are a wonderful excuse to sew and, since September is National Sewing Month, now is the perfect time to sew one or more of these fun and unique projects that kids will love. You can sew up a cute baby carrier for a special little girl or a felt tool box for an adorable little boy – or vice-verse. I bet you can’t choose just one of these to make! Continue reading →
I chose the topic of slippers for this round-up simply because it has been so darn cold where I live. When I say cold, I don’t mean just a few days, it has been well over a month that our temperatures have been below average. In fact, we had a period of more than 2 weeks where our temperatures rarely made it above 0 F. Continue reading →
During one of my trips to a local quilt shop in my early days of quilting, I found an adorable snowman quilt.
I was my second year of going to Quilt Retreat and I was looking for a project. Since it was so close to winter, I thought the snowman choice was perfect. I had never made a row quilt, so that was another plus. (This was my 20th quilt over all) Continue reading →
You can use these amazing star patterns to decorate your Christmas tree or your house. You can even use them year round. Made with a variety of materials, and for a variety of skill levels, you will certainly find something every family member can make. Continue reading →