“Statement pillows” aren’t just a conversation pieces, they make a simple couch ‘pop’! Learn how to make an easy geometric version with some bias piecing and pretty quilting.
If you don’t really want to wear a costume this Halloween and love a good apron, then check out this adorable Wicked Apron – I think the lattice bodice makes this look.
Stay on trend my stitching up a pretty, knit peplum skirt.
This little girl’s dress screams ‘fall’ – I think I need this pattern in my size.
If you’ve always wanted to work with ruffle knits, but never knew what to make, this scarf tutorial is the perfect solution!
The Minimalist Cowl pattern is a super cute day-to-night style top, but only if you’re an XS\S (although I suspect you could get away with it if you’re a Medium if you use a really good stretch).
Could these little elephant stuffies be any cuter? Even though my kids might be too old for one, I’m thinking that it would make an adorable pin cushion.
Looking for a fun hat? This beanie tutorial may be posted in another language, but you’ll definitely be able to stitch it up by viewing the stepped out instructions.
Halloween may be almost here, but Christmas isn’t too far behind. Get a jump start on decorating by making a few of these felt holly ornaments (or maybe make enough to make a fun ‘bunting’).
There’s something so sweet about a little girl in a pillow case. Whip up your own before it’s too cold to wear it this year!
Tired of using drawstring bags to carry your jewelry when you travel, only to find that they’re a tangled mess when you get to your destination? Then make one of these handy, necklace travel cases.