Back to school round-up! 10 awesome free patterns for you to sew several awesome accessories for your kids (and for you and your sewing room too!)
While I was sewing the placemats, I noticed this year's lunch bag was falling apart... we need a new one... let's sew it! As always when DIY, I've been able to make it exactly the right size to keep in the (reusable) water bottle and the plastic case that keeps fruits and biscuits intact through the day, to the afternoon tea-break.
I needed some nice new placemats for my daughter's lunch at school, and what's better than repurposed double-sided placemats? Follow my tutorial and learn to use an adjustable binding foot... it's plenty of fun ;)
For this month on Craftsy blog I've "wrapped-up" a list of free patterns for wonderful (and green) ideas to unconventionally wrap your gifts... handmade style!
Here we (finally) are with the second part of this tutorial to create a wooden clapper and point presser from scratches (and spending little, or even no money): let’s get our hands dirty!
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Sewing for home (tutorials): blog hop by Andrea's Notebook... aren't you curious like a cat to know what we've created for this month theme? You should... LAST MINUTE added: Trick or Treat Giveaway!