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How to grow bell peppers and 10 bell pepper recipes

Skinny Pumpkin Pie Shake (gluten free soy free)

cool-vegetable-growing-cheat-sheet-garden

Fondant Jungle cake by Debi Tupper

The secret to hemming knits. It's the type of thread you use! Rae Gun Ramblings

When you fold the changing table up, it is just a mirror on the wall (the mirror is on the back side of the changing table). What a good way to hide the changing table!

Southern Praline Bars recipe {Just graham crackers, dark brown sugar, butter, vanilla & TWO cups pecans!}

Water wall fountain. 20 Wonderful Garden Fountains

How To Build A Covered Greenhouse...http://homestead-and-survival.com/how-to-build-a-covered-greenhouse/

Rolled Hem Basics How To. This basic hem is perfect for napkins and other narrow hemmed projects.- The Sewing Loft

Binding your quilts with ease - quick tip on The Sewing Loft!

How to Make Your Own Piping - I confess, I have NEVER been able to use this foot for piping; I think I'll give it another try!

iPhone/iPod Mobile Device Stand ~ I WILL make one of these! Will need to find something to go inside of it that is washable though, or water proof/spill proof fabric since I need it for my kitchen table. Always i-ing while eating lunch!

How to sew french seams. Genius tips from the experts!

Beau Baby: How to: Make Your Own Brag Tags — With Free Printable AND GIVEAWAY! What what

Handi Quilter HQ quilting tip of the day: Do you need a way to easily store your growing stash of bobbins? This tip came from Carrie Dugan, from the Texas Machine Quilting Store. Simply use a clean ice cube tray. Each cubbie holds three bobbins, meaning the typical tray can hold 48 bobbins. Just add more trays and stack them for efficient storage. How do you store your bobbins?

Lots of great sewing techniques with clear and detailed photos. Even when you've been sewing for a long time there are great reminders for what all those extra feet are for!

Felt Crayon Notebook.--I didn't sew them(I used tacky glue because I had a small helper) & I used ribbon to close. Also instead of blank paper I found coloring book pages to use. Overall super easy craft!!! A bit labor intensive(no quick way to cut slits for crayons & books) but very easy!!

Sewing 101: Know your presser foot - House of Pinheiro I need this

Burp Cloth Tutorial - It would be great to embroider or applique a design on the fabric panel. Another idea is to use a soft, absorbent flannel as the middle panel. I'd finish the edges a bit differently too, but still a great tutorial.

Sew 5 pillowcases together, insert pillows, and you have a cozy floor cushion/ sleeping bed. This would be great for later on when the kids have sleepovers.

washable handmade swiffer covers...and a great way to use up the fleece I have lying around!