With less than a week till Christmas there’s not a lot of time left for holiday sewing. Over the years we’ve come up with a bunch of quick and easy sewing tutorials for holiday decorating and gift ideas! We thought it would be fun to round-up some of our favorite holiday tutorials for you! We hope this sparks some last minute creativity!
Hi, everyone! Today we are back talking holiday entertaining. Could your table use a festive makeover? Greet your guests with these quilted placemats and sparkle napkins for a perfect holiday dinner or gift them to a special someone.
For our holiday decorating series, I wanted to deliver quick projects could easily be turned into gifts. When I started searching for inspiration, I saw many adorable ready-made options that I knew I could make for a fraction of the cost!
Hey Gang! Today we are going to make an easy apron with a fun “Give Thanks” Applique.
Hey Gang! So today I’m going to show you a super easy tutorial on how to make a capelet that is really a versatile item for lots of Halloween costumes!
Everyone at Harts is getting super excited for Halloween! Creative costumes, tasty treats, and of course fun decorations!! I just adore adorably spooky Halloween crafts! Some of my favorite motifs are ghost, bats, skulls, and pumpkins! Tulle is always a great choice for quick and easy decor and costumes – you just gotta love no-sew projects!
Ok! Let’s get started! You can bust these cute little guys out in about 30 minuets, so they are perfect for sprucing up your place right before your Halloween party!
I’ve made some pretty fancy costumes over the years. (They don’t call me Mother of Dragons for nothing!) But sometimes that’s not what is called for. Sometimes you need something simple. I love making costumes, but I don’t love dressing up. So every year my friends try to come up with a theme that I can live with. My favorite was Clue. They all dressed up as Professor Plum and Miss Scarlett, et al. I put a toe tag and a black plastic bag on and went as the dead body. No fuss, no muss. You may need a little more than that. In comes the Tabard.
The Tabard isn’t just for Knights you know. It is the perfect piece of fabric that can turn anyone into a pumpkin, a greek philosopher, a robot, or even a furry little animal. Most costumes just need to create the illusion of your character. These can be just as convincing and creative as the perfect Elsa or Batman you buy at the store. Plus, they allow for more freedom. And, they are the perfect project for your first foray into costume making.
Where did December go?? This always happens doesn’t it!? There aren’t many days left until Christmas, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have time to make a few quick and easy projects! Decorating for the holidays doesn’t have to be time consuming or difficult. With so many fun holiday fabrics and cute decorative trims, you can spruce up your home for the holidays in no time at all!
The Holidays are fast approaching, and that means it’s time to start decorating! Who doesn’t love a quick and easy craft project? These ornaments are simple to make and add a homemade touch to your holiday decor. I have chosen to make my felt ornaments in a candy cane shape, but you can really use your imagination to make a variety of shapes!