A tutorial for how to make pretty medallion rosettes from your favorite fabrics. No sewing required!

Make your own fabric leaves - perfect for using up pretty scraps!

Fabric yo-yo's are a great way to use fabric scraps! Free templates with tutorial at Positively Splendid.

Tutorial: Fabric Star Ornaments

Find out how to make a Rag Quilt with these FREE VIDEO TUTORIALS | easy sewing project

DIY pouch sewing tutorials

How to make fabric rosettes...no sewing required! Just fabric, felt, and hot glue. Awesome.

How to make a loopy bow Only use the smaller ribbons for smaller bow

How To Make Bottled Nebula. Sound pretty easy and looks absolutely delightful! Definitely gonna try this!

I have to say, this is my favorite bow tutorial so far. I hadn't really expected it to turn out so well, but I just love it. And now I get to teach all of you how to do it! You will need: Ribbon pieces--measurement and qty purely depend on how big you want your bow and how many layers you'd like.

No sew fabric medallions full tutorial. These were made for a mantel project. But I'm thinking you could substitute the freezer paper with stabilizer and make them smaller to adorn clothes, hair pins, etc. Would look good paired with fabric yo yos

No sew fabric letters. Gah these are too cute. This is the actual link to the tutorial! I really want to try this. :)

Color-Tinted Skeleton Leaves- A free step-by-step tutorial, with photos, to make your very own skeleton leaves.

tutorial: still more flowers

fabric rosette necklace tutorial

Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process.

Features 26 projects for home decor, gifts, clothing and accessories that can all be made by simply sewing straight lines!

paper flower tutorial

So cute! I can easily modify this for any holiday, season or occasion. This is a simple, free sewing pattern and tutorial on how to make placemats (reversible placemats).

Any sewing project can benefit when you learn to Finish Seams Without a Serger. Perfect for home decor projects as well as garments. www.seasonedhomemaker.com #sewing