For those jeans that end up with holes in the knees and can't be hand-me-downs

Easy Homesteading: No-Sew Microwavable Rice Heating Pads

Lynn Skordal - Mixed Media. This is so super neat, I wish I would have thought of this while I had to keep an art book in a book senior year of High School. DAMNIT.

How to make a vintage high-waisted swimsuit. -Totally making myself one of these, I love the look but can never get a good fit on swimsuits.

Our Colorado Homefront: Pattern For Crochet Water Bottle Holders

sailboat on waves quilt---> @Ann Taylor Verde -- I think this was made to be made by you.

For the greats --- Paracord wrap bottle : great tutorial plus interesting knots = neat project for a motivated Boy Scout!

How To Sew Quiet Book Pages. I thought I'd pinned this long ago, but then it wasn't pinned where I thought it was, and I couldn't find it for the longest time. Sooooooo glad I finally came across it again!

Fillybilly high chair cover for the IKEA Antilop high chair. Water & fade resistant fabric, wipeable & machine washable. Made to order.

Bargain Beautiful - DIY watermelon shorts! Fun for summer :)

Alice High Waisted Bikini in White | Moeva | NOT JUST A LABEL

cas holmes textiles: High Water reflections from the Old to the New Year

To prevent pant hems from looking “high water” and to give a custom touch, make them ¼” longer in the back than the front. This is called a “tip” because you are tipping the hem downward in the back. Formerly done as a matter of course in both women’s and men’s pants, tipping is rarely seen in ready-to-wear garments, but we as sewers can apply these custom touches to our garments and look a cut above everyone who does not sew.

Professional tote bag pattern. Pockets inside and outside, including water bottle pouches on side.

soft linen high waisted skirt. option to wear with bow in front or back.hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry.measurements of skirts - please size accordingly:{6-12 months} 6.5"{12-18 months} 8"{18-24 months} 10.5"{2/3 years} 12"{4/5 years} 13"{6/7 years} 14"

MAKE YOUR OWN FELT HAT STIFFENER: Pour 1/4 cup cornstarch into a medium-sized cooking pot. Add 1 cup water to the pot. Bring the pot to a hard boil on high heat. Stir periodically. Reduce the heat to medium and allow the mixture to simmer until the cornstarch is completely dissolved and the mixture has thickened and is clear. Remove the mixture from the heat and allow it to cool completely before applying it to the felt hat with a small paintbrush.

Adorable embellished Christmas jeans!

Jenn Likes Yarn - The Knit and Crochet Blog: free crochet pattern: really easy slouchy beanie

recovergirl-sweater-blanket-how-to. This would make a great gift or a great item to donate.