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Comin' Home: How to Re-Cover Couch Cushions (includes the world's best sewing technique ever!)

How To Cut Burlap So That it Won't Unravel

How To Cut Burlap So That it Won't Unravel

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how to sew patchwork blocks together so all the seams line up. Brilliant tutorial.

so resourceful | Using up my fabric stash, one scrap at a time!

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Beginner's tutorial on how to make a quilt. Great for all my girlfrans who say they want to learn!

tHe fiCkLe piCkLe: YOU Can Make a QuiLt...I have proof.

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How to: Lining with Zipper (for any bag)

great tutorial on turning adult pants into toddler pants and having them look right

DIY bowl covers - wash, recycle, reuse! Save on plastic wrap/foil

Love this idea, quilting using different stitches. Would love to make this project!

Scrappy Rag Quilt - Quilt- as-you-go technique (Beginner level & fast to make with BIG squares)

tutorial on the "quilt as you go" method. Thank you Jenny from the Missouri Star Quilt Company!

When the perfect thread comes on a spool that's imperfectly sized for your sewing machine, place the spool in a heavy mug, and position it on your work surface directly underneath the spool pin.

great way to use those T-Shirts you can't throw away but NEVER wear! T-shirt Scarf -11x11 squares are larger than you'd think, and this doesn't mention what they'd suggest for the other side of the scarf. I took two Old Navy fleece scarves, cut them up and attached them to the back. 8 shirts = RIDICULOUSLY large scarf, but it's pretty dang awesome.

Adventures in Dressmaking: Essential blue jean mending tutorial that lets you fix worn out spots to look like fancy distressed jeans.

Stitches and Seams: Lingerie Elastic

fabulous illustration on how to measure and alter patterns.

tshirt quilt idea - never seen one on the diagonal like this. Much better!

How To Get Perfect Tension - Tutorial for resetting your tension on your sewing machine