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.
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!
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!
Hey Gang! Make sure you take a deep breath and keep sewing! We haven’t even scraped the tip of the iceburg when it comes to fun stuff coming up! We love seeing all of your projects so keep them coming, we can’t tell you how impressed we are will all of your amazing sewing skills :) This week we have a super amazing sponsor: Freespirit Fabrics. We will be specifically focusing in on Tula Pink’s new collection Eden. This collection is classic Tula but has some awesome fun twists. We LOVE all of the Tiger Motifs that are really apparent or even hidden in the collection. You should check it out its really cool.
So here’s what we have scheduled this week:
Tuesday (Tomorrow): I made a fun tutorial on how to make a Tula Pink Toddler Dress from 1 Yard of fabric. It’s pretty cute (If I do say so myself) so visit our blog for that. We will also be announcing the winner of the goodies that we will be giving away. We will show you all of that tomorrow.
Wednesday: We will be giving you a virtual tour of Freespirit Fabrics. From their house designer to new collections and fun things that are actually in our store from Tula Pink herself.
Hey gang! So today we are going to make a simple skirt for a baby or toddler. This skirt was made for my daughter, Moxi! She’s about 23 lbs, just to give you guys a little scale for size! This can be taken in and shortened super easily though, so it can be made for many sizes! Alright; let’s get down to all the fun stuff!
Since this month is our celebration of all things Anna Maria Horner, I thought it would be fun to cross stitch one of her designs! In case you don’t know, I am slightly obsessed with cross stitch! Because of my passion for needle work, I have always loved the Anna Maria Horner prints that look like cross stitch!
We are all so excited for the new Anna Maria Horner Trunk Show! It will be in our store for all of July, so make sure you come on down and visit us to see it in person. It is so amazing!
Hi everyone! Tina here – writing about the quick and cute bath mat I just whipped up here at the store. I pretty much love everything that Anna Maria Horner makes, so when I was looking at her ribbons the other day, I got the idea to make a bath mat for my family and to trim it in this ribbon. Doesn’t it look like old Roman tile?