I made this “Flip Flop” quilt a number of years ago. My son Matthew’s friend Alexis came over to help me make the quilt. We painted her feet and it did take a couple of tries but we were able to put them on the material without too many imperfections.
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!
What could be more fun than having all of your attendants wearing a new cotton robe while they dress for the wedding? Nicole wanted her attendants to have something special that they could wear again and again. These soft, pink, cotton robes were the perfect choice to bring back memories of a very special day.
Each Friday from now until the end of the year we’re sharing some of our favorite free sewing projects for the holidays – from decorations to deck the halls to quick gifts for loved ones. This week we’re sharing some of our favorite holiday themed quilting projects!
The best part about cold weather is fashionable accessories. These mittens will keep your hands cozy and stylish, and flip out of the way when you need your fingers to use your touch phone, keys, etc. It’s a perfect (and clever!) opportunity to reclaim an old sweater. Keep your fingers happy this winter!
This year I got married to my wonderful husband Dan. Our fairytale wedding was in a castle close to my parent’s home in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. For wedding favors, my thoughts were to combine something handmade (on a BERNINA) with something my guests would cherish forever that would be useful at the same time.