Hello, WeAllSew friends! This is Amber from Crazy Little Projects. One of the things I love to do on my blog is make appliqued animal-hooded towels. Applique can seem a little intimidating but isn’t really all that hard when you start with a quick and easy project like this fun Fourth of July hand towel.
A timeless classic for a new generation. Combining simple construction with a fresh cotton print, this vintage-inspired pattern is the perfect template for your little one’s summer wardrobe. Your little girl will grow up, but the fond memories of making something this special for her will never grow old.
Learn the basics of patchwork piecing and look at tools, tips, and tricks to make piecing fast and fun. Explore tube piecing, wallpaper piecing and other techniques that go beyond the basics of sewing two patches together.
It gets awfully hot and humid in the South during the summer, especially in August. Lightweight cotton skirts help keep breezes flowing and body temperatures down. They’re simple to make; the hardest part is finding fine, lightweight cotton fabric!
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.
I was looking for an appropriate post for Earth Day, and then Jenelle over at TrashN2Tees told me about these little bags she makes out of t-shirt sleeves. Super idea! I pulled a pretty purple sleeve out of my stash of deconstructed t-shirts and 20 minutes later I had this cute little pouch!
Floral impressions meet practicality. Stitch up this special purse and treat yourself to a great fashion add-on, a perfect canvas for free-motion stitching or any type of embellishment. Let your artistic side out of the bag. Useful has never been so beautiful.
With just a few straight lines of stitches you can make this perfect gift for yourself, friends, and family. This is a great project for beginning sewists.
Get your guest room ready for special visitors using your sewing machine, a little fabric, and a lot of ingenuity. Beginner-friendly projects include simple-to-make pillows, a thoughtful bedside basket, and a felted mug rug.
Nearly done! This week Erika has absolutely fabulous instructions for stitching a double-fold, mitered-corner binding to your quilt.