It’s a monster mash! Today I’m really excited to share with you my Build Your Own Monster pattern exclusively for WeAllSew. There are thousands of ways to customize your own creepy (or cute!) appliqué to stitch onto a t-shirt or treat bag.
Wikipedia describes Steampunk as a genre influenced by, and often adopted from, the style of the 19th-century scientific romances of Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, and Mary Shelley. We added our own elements to give our Steampunk office vignette an industrial flare.
Guest blogger Palak, from Make It Handmade, has put together a list of links for projects featuring my favorite machine: My overlocker/serger!
Linda H. has found a use for scraps and embroidery testings….putting them on pre-stretched art canvas, finishing the back, and hanging them on the wall in her sewing room. We think they look great!
What’s better than a comfy neck pillow when you travel? One that you can make with just the right degree of softness/firmness. Quick and easy, you can make this pillow in different sizes and fill it to each traveler’s preference. BTW, fun fabrics are a must!
Use your favorite steampunk embroidery design and decorative stitches to create a designer-styled cover and pencil case for your favorite teacher or student. So easy, you can make several and stock up for holiday gift-giving.