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This basket was made with blue edging on the top of the pockets, using my Fabric Basket Tutorial. It is written for absolute beginners, if you can sew a line (preferably straight) you can do it! These are the perfect size to fit our fat quarters (the way we fold them!) most of our sewing patterns (they are the perfect width for Sewaholic, Colette, etc) and look just lovely stuffed full of pretty skeins of yarn. I bet you can’t wait to make your own.
This iPad case is easy to whip up and does not require a whole lot of stuff. Do not have the typewriter print, just add any fun fabric applique and you’re ready to go! Perfect for gifts! The finished size is 8.5” x 10.5”. I have used a 1/4" seam allowance. If you want to make it a different size, I'd suggest Add an inch to the dimensions of your gadget. It has a zipper pocket in the front to hold the chargers. The tutorial uses magnetic closure, but it can be replaced with Velcro.
I needed something to organize my 'bank stuff'. My Cheque Book, Pass Book, My Debit Card(s) and the thousands of ATM and shopping receipts I need to keep! I looked for it, but was not satisfied by what I found. The I had a light bulb moment and today morning made a rough sketch of what I wanted! 50 minutes later, the first prototype was ready!
Create a funky and stylish way to carry your beauty products on the go with this Geometric DIY Makeup Bag. This adorable, little bag can be created out of scrap fabric and zips up to keep your powders, lipsticks, and eye shadows tucked away. Whether you are traveling or just like having your cosmetics with you on the go, this easy sewing project will be the perfect fit. It makes a great gadget-carrier, too!
One side has a spiral patchwork pattern with four strips of quilting weight cotton fabric. The other side is just a single piece of home decor fabric. This project is very easy and quick. I hand-sewed these baskets in the picture. But of course you can use your sewing machine. It would be much quicker like a flurry of wind! And small fabric baskets are versatile.
Today I want to share a fun tutorial for making small fabric baskets. The finished size of the basket is 7cm(w) x7cm(d) x9cm(h). This project is perfect for consuming your scrap fabric. Also these baskets are reversible. Today I want to share a fun tutorial for making small fabric baskets. The finished size of the basket is 7cm(w) x7cm(d) x9cm(h). This project is perfect for consuming your scrap fabric. Also these baskets are reversible.
It's simple enough for a beginner, even with a zipper involved! I take you through step by step with very clear instructions. This simple clutch is classy and clean, perfect for everyday use. It measures 10.5” across and 5.5” tall (when folded over) and 9” tall when open. It features a small interior pocket. This tutorial is created with the BEGINNER in mind. Someone who has completed a few simple projects will be able to complete this bag.
Are you new to sewing? Have a sewing machine but haven't dusted it off in years? I came up with this project for you. It's not a huge commitment in time or fabric, and turns out pretty cute (if I do say so myself). This bag is not lined, but because I'm using duck cloth (a type of canvas) and finishing the inside seams, it is casual but sturdy, simple but elegant. First, you'll need to choose which size bag you'd like to make. They're just slightly different sizes...
This little keychain wallet was one of the first things I made once I figured out how to make my own patterns, and I've used one on my keychain for months. I love how convenient it is to stash a lip balm, some hair ties, or even a couple cards if you're just running a quick errand. I created this tutorial for beginners... even if you've never sewn a zipper! This technique allows you to put the zipper in without a zipper foot, which I think is a much easier way to do it.