Update your warm weather wardrobe with this super simple but extremely hip clutch. This sweet little purse is a beginner to intermediate project. You’ll be shocked at how fast this sews up. You can go the sweet and subtle route like we did or add a funky pattern.
Make this sweet and frilly gathered bag from bright and cheery quilting-weight cottons. Carissa from BumbleBee Bliss (who has an affinity for designing and stitching up her own purse designs) has created a downloadable PDF project tutorial for stitching up one of her cute gathered bags. Make one for yourself, then stitch up a few as
Join us on January 19th for a FREE Just Sew It! webinar on Textile Textures – exploring easy ways to create texture on fabric using speciality threads and presser feet, changing plain fabric from flat to fabulous!
How many of us have jars, tins and boxes containing buttons galore? I, for one, do! And I always welcome more. One of my favorite things to make with them is Button Cuffs. All you need is elastic and lots of your favorite buttons!
I just got this amazing Isacord Thread Tray. My favorite use is for sorting my embroidery threads and keeping them in order while I pick up the tray and take it over to my machine.
OESD’s “Divine Flowers & Vines” Premier Embroidery Collection #1102 — a BERNINA Exclusive — has become a favorite for me. I just completed a clutch purse…so striking!
I recently had an opportunity to use the new Central Guide on my Walking Foot. It’s amazing and “sew” easy to use. I am working on a project for December, so you will see the finished quilt then!
We will preview the new Rotary Needle Punch Tool in October’s Virtual BERNINA Club, “Vest Dressed.” Check with your dealer if VBC is offered at your store – but either way – be sure to check out the new tool.
Learn about using Gathering Foot #16 as you make a page to add to your own Foot Book. It’s a fun and creative way to explore all of the presser feet that BERNINA has to offer — easy and stress-free because you make it up as you go along!
Add splashes of color to any outfit with this vibrant and eco-friendly scrap-pieced belt. Gather a pile of your favorite colored fabric scraps – coordinating or contrasting – and create a one-of-a-kind belt without any new fabric.