You can quickly and easily doodle some coordinating fabric for your next project. Here I fussy cut the front yoke panel. Then doodled all around the centered flower. I love these sharpie fabric markers, they hold up well through regular wash and wear.
Here I am heat setting Rit Dye in the oven, and the results are great! Normally, I’d do a smaller piece, like this in the microwave; the oven is great for more fabric than would fit in the microwave. But, since I … Continue reading →
I recently was given 23 yards of green quilt weight cotton fabric. Now, I love fabric, and there is always room in my stash for more, but this color was not something I envisioned using much of- especially 23 yards!! … Continue reading →
I recently made three of these for teen boys in my life who are bound for adventure, so I’ll call them “Minimalist Sewing Kits”. This “Be a Man” fabric has special significance in our family and over the years pieces of it … Continue reading →
Ever wondered what to do with all those scraps you have left over? I’ve heard of this technique for making chenille for years, but had never actually tried it. I’ve loved this idea, but have been daunted by the amount … Continue reading →