Brother Entrepreneur Pro PR-1000
This ain’t your grandma’s sewing machine — unless nana owns a ten-needle, $14,000 embroidery robot that blasts through complex designs like a thread-loaded AK-47.
Brother’s Entrepreneur Pro PR-1000, which follows in the footsteps of the impressive six-needle PR-650, is a serious machine at a serious price. But with the…
Added by Susan on February 25, 2011 at 2:30am — No Comments
Trula of "Trula Kids" offers a fabulous photo tutorial showing how to make a stylish button fly.
Added by Susan on February 24, 2011 at 2:30am — No Comments
Anneliese of "Aesthetic Nest" shares her tutorial for making a classy box pleat skirt for little girls. This knee length skirt has box pleats, angled pockets, a high waistband, and flower embellishment. The tutorial is available free of charge until February 28,…Continue
Midnight Creations whipped up this fun and funky tutorial using oranges and aquas. This project reminded me of our Button Art Showcase. …Continue
Using bias tape decoratively is not all together new but I did love the boldness demonstrated here within the embellishment style that Farah from "Craft A World" employed. Farah made these luxurious pillows with silky smooth maroon fabric and…Continue
Remember the old school of quilt making and you just use of what you had on hand or just do of what you know. I am doing some raw applique and I am just doing it like they use to it . Now I like the fancy new quilting tools, but times are hard and I think about the old days of quilt making, but I am calling it old school of quilting making. I don't have new pencils out that you mark with on fabrics. I just use of what I have a simple pencil that I use and it works just fine. I do it on the…Continue
Added by Jennifer Howell on February 13, 2011 at 11:20pm — No Comments
For the past week I have been trying to find a Cot quilt, the particular one has a picture at the top with a stuffed letter T which is part of an alphabet , which can be used to make a cot Mobile. The main thing is that at the bottom is a quilt for a Baby Cot, the picture and instructions show small squares which are sewn together in strips and they are then sewn together and a border added. All Instructions are there and there is no Embroidery on it. There is a also a picture of the…Continue
Added by Betty Higginbottom on February 13, 2011 at 12:47pm — No Comments
An easy as simple way to dress up sleeves!
by Project Run & Play
The curved edges of the cuff are piped in a contrasting fabric and overlap…
Tiny Tidbits developed a tutorial for hemming jeans the way professional would. Hope you find this helpful!
What you'll need:
A nice quick project that renders a very useful reversible basket for just about any room in your home!
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Another sweet thrift shop find! Another sweater that was very small, and possibly already felted, found it's way into my hands a few weeks ago. It's quite thick. I loved the floral design and the off-white color. I'm going to play with it today,and possibly make another purse.
I'd love to make one of these:
Perfect for a beginner or maybe even a quick diy gift this checkbook cover tutorial is offered by Alisa of "The Sweet Life". She not only shows you how to make the cover, but she also shows you how to ruffle your fabric too.
You will need two pieces of fabric that measure 7” x 13” and a strip of fabric that is approximately 1.5” x 12” for…Continue
For all of you "apronistas" here is a two part video series offering a tutorial on how to make a 1950's style apron!
Part Two: …
The selvage (US English) or selvedge (British English) is the term for the self-finished edges of fabric. The selvages keep the fabric from unraveling or fraying. The selvages are a result of how the fabric is created. In woven fabric, selvages are the edges that run parallel to the warp (the longitudinal threads that run the entire length of the fabric), and are created by the weft thread looping back at the end of each row. In knitted fabrics, selvages are the unfinished yet structurally…Continue
Added by Susan on February 1, 2011 at 4:00am — No Comments