Send your little one off to celebrate Halloween in style with these easy-to-sew, fun-to-make Trick-or-Treat bags. Spook them up with seasonal embroidery and use glow-in-the-dark embroidery thread for maximum effect. Need something a bit smaller for a party favor or gift bag? Then stitch up a cute mini version!
Did you know that over 1 million plastic shopping bags are consumed each 60 seconds all around the globe? Take matters into your own hands by making quick, reusable grocery bags out of scraps of fabrics or old fat quarters you have in your stash, morsebags.com tells you how!
How many orphan blocks do you have in your stash? Here’s a great idea for the summer. Use them in a project and you could win a phenomenal prize package! (Including a BERNINA Sew Essential Tool – a sewing kit in a Swiss knife!) Check out The Great Summer Orphan Block Challenge at Hummingbird Highway!
Have you seen our WeAllSew boards on Pinterest? We’ve created fun boards to spark your imagination – from our creative and easy-to-sew WeAllSew projects to sewing tips and techniques, plus recycling, fun notions, favorite fabrics, awesome prints, sewing spaces, quilting trends, and much, much more.
Our first two WeAllSew Challenges, the “Wedding Dress Makeover” and “Make Yourself at Home,” were a lot of fun with a ton of wonderful project creations from our challenge participants. Now the time has come for unveiling our final WeAllSew Challenge. So be inspired to break the spell of routine Halloweens!
Meet Ashley Johnston, proud mother of two and creative blogger. She finds ideas in magazines, online and in the streets and then thrives on discovering how to re-create them. She finds time to construct these beautiful, unique items during naptime or late at night and most enjoys creating charming things for her home, family and friends.
Children’s Corner of Nashville, Tennessee held its Spring Sewing School June 14–16 with Lezette Thomason as instructor. Check out some of the sweet outfits they stitched!