There are many organizations that need help from sewists just like you and me to help newborn babies in need. It’s easy to take just a little bit of fabric to make a quilt, blanket, or items for a layette. We’ve put together a list of places that need your help to sew to serve babies in need across the globe, nationally, and in your own community.
Use some of the most popular heirloom sewing techniques for this beautiful project. The center features twin-needle pintucks, wing-needle stitching, and decorative stitches. Rouched mini-piping, free-motion quilting, puffed border, and a scalloped appliqué border finish off this delightful creation!
It is a well-known fact that little ones lose school supplies faster than you can procure them. The solution: Let their new best buddy keep track of their pencils. This zipper pouch is so cute your little one won’t want to part with it…problem solved.
One of my favorite things to do is spend hours on the web seeing what other creative types are doing with their sewing machines. All it takes is to land on one fantastic creation and then there you go—from blog to blog to Pinterest to Flicker to whoops!—down the wormhole! But it’s an inspired trip.
Keep your cool. No sweaty palms. It’s as simple as putting a wrap on a cold can of soda. It is easier to hold and there’s no condensation to wet your hands. Jazz them up with fun summery colors or prints and personalize them with the names of your pals. A perfect party favor for
Another Software Extravaganza was held at the new BERNINA Creative Center in Aurora, Illinois. Thirty attendees participated in the training and many shared their creative projects with other attendees.
Little ones with wiggly teeth deserve special pillows for their treasures. This Tooth Fairy Pillow sports a fun bicuspid shape, a big pocket for holding money, dental floss, fairy dust, etc., and a large hanger for placing over a bedpost or doorknob. After all, we don’t want the tooth fairy to miss it.