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Sew Me Up

Sew Me Up

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Christmas tablecloth dress...LOVE this! The skirt alone is fabulous.


FITF: steeplechase | Film in the Fridge

Amy Butler fabric jelly roll quilt- good idea for overly vibrant colors that I don't know what to do with

Hideaway Girl: Soulful

This could be made with Leaves Galore! Sew multiple strips together with 1" brown strip between each color strip. Press seams open. Put Mistyfuse on back of pieced strips. Cut with Leaves Galore centering 8" leaf on brown strip. Mark 8" grid on brown background. Lay leaves over grid, and fuse. Decorative stitch and you are done! Easy Peasy!

How feminine, flattering and beautiful is this dress. Vintage 1950 White Dress with Butterfly Print.... so wish this style would make a come back within the fashion industry. make a woman LOOK like a woman!

Laurie Wisbrun's latest release from Chronicle Books takes you through the basics of designing and printing your own fabric step-by-step using lovely bold photography.

How To: Sew a Summer top

How To: Sew your own tank dress.

Toy Car Storage

Spray paint & fabric = cute guest chairs!

BEST kids sewing patterns on the internet

Parson Gray fabrics by David Butler

A few of the fabrics here are those I plan to use in Baby J's room... Parson Gray by designer David Butler (hubby to one of my FAVORITE fabric designers, Amy Butler). This is his first line. Well done!

Orange/yellow/red and gray. I love the thin grey sashing.

So cute

Burberry - Fitted Wool Cashmere Pea Coat

Two lines of sewing and a buttonhole!

holy stinkin' cute! Someone give me an excuse to try this one!!

This site could be very dangerous! It has a million DIY projects! Pin now read later....and don't blame me if become addicted to this one!

Make your own camera strap.

FREE Superhero Cape Pattern

Lace Sleeve. Easy to make using a lace panel and sewn to a long sleeve tshirt. Sew the edges of the lace panels then carefully cut away the shirt material under the lace panel.

I like this simple idea of attaching fabric swatches to the bottom of plain curtains from Target.