Hello and Happy Wednesday! My name is Rochelle, blogger at Lucky Lucille, and today I’m sharing a tutorial for making your own quilted tablet sleeve. The featured fabric in today’s post is the wonderful linen blend canvas by Rifle Paper Co for Cotton & Steel, paired with a quilting cotton print from their basics collection. Both fabrics can be found here and here, respectively. I aim to keep this tutorial quick and to the point so please refer to the photos to back up my brief instructions, and read through everything thoroughly first before getting started. Let’s do this!
Hi everyone! I’m so excited to share with you my pattern hack for Sara’s Creative Maker Case pattern! I love a good zip around wallet and I especially love one that has the option to carry my device, and everything I need as a small clutch style; my absolute favorite part about this wallet? You can customize it any way you like… These are merely suggestions and a little help to get you started!
Hey guys! I’m really excited about this tutorial! I’ve been meaning to make a towel hair wrap for a long time, and I gotta say, this thing is awesome!
Hey, gang! So we are all really pumped on the new Star Wars movie!
Hey Gang! Today we are going to make an easy apron with a fun “Give Thanks” Applique.
With all of these kiddos running around in spooky costumes at the end of the month, knocking on your door for candy, you want to make sure that yours is visible even in the dark– especially if your little one is dressed in a dark costume! This is a simple tutorial on how to make a cute Trick or Treat Bag that will be visible to cars!
Today I’m going to share some easy embroidery stitches with you. But first you need to know that your stitches need not be perfect…not even close. I am a big proponent of stitching as fun and relaxing, so don’t stress if your stitches aren’t neat and even…if you keep going you won’t even notice when you’re finished with your project.
OK, so here we go with the first stitch I’ve done here…the back stitch. You want to start with pulling your needle through about a stitch’s width from the beginning of your line. Once you’ve got your needle (and floss) on the front side of your fabric you go back and pull your needle through at the beginning of your line. Now you want to bring your needle back through to the top about a stitch’s width from your last stitch, pull through to the front and back down where your previous stitch ended…and keep going until you’ve finished your line or you need more floss.
The second stitch I’ve done is the French knot…so rewarding when you get it down. Once you’ve got your needle through the fabric, you want to hold the needle in your right hand and wrap the loose floss around the middle of the needle (I’ve only wrapped it once in the video, but you can wrap it more for a larger knot).