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Step 6 Topstitch around the napkin by sewing a straight stitch and using an 1/8 inch seam allowance, backstitch at both the beginning and end of the stitch to secure it. Topstitching will give the napkin a nice decorated finish as well as it will also close up the opening used for turning the cloth napkin right side out. Enjoy your new stack of cloth napkins and feel good about helping our environment by reducing paper products waste!

from Mum In The Madhouse

Mini Pizza Bites – cooking with kids

Mini pizza bites. These delicious mouthfuls of pizza are perfect for kids lunchboxes or delightly snacks. They are perfect for cooking with kids.

from Life With My Littles

The Easiest (and Best) Burp Rags You Will Ever Sew

The Easiest (and Best) Burp Rag You Will Ever Sew: This really is the easiest tutorial for a burp rag you could make! Only three steps, and they are the best burp rags!! Great for easy baby gifts, too.

from see kate sew

boho baby romper pattern

This post is sponsored by! I’m thrilled to share this pattern with you, I had a blast designing it with fabric and trim from! I was going for a vintage-inspired boho feel to this little baby romper and I’m excited about how it turned out! I think it’s pretty cute on my little …