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Hi everybody! So this week we have a pretty simple tutorial on how to make a bandana dribble bib for a baby that comes in super handy during those super drooly teething months. This is not a great bib to use for keeping baby clean while eating but if you want to protect their onsies from big drool spots these defiantly help. Makes a great baby shower gift too! Okay let’s get started. Continue reading


Hi guys! Julia again.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to make a super snazzy sunglasses/spectacles case.

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Hey dudes! I’m Julia, your guest tutorial maker for this week! If you’ve come into the store recently, I’m the one with purple hair who’s more than likely wearing a comic book teeshirt.

Today’s tutorial is a decently sized tote bag, perfect for trips to the farmer’s market or a day on the beach.

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Hello!  We are well into our third week of “Sew your Hart out September”.  Can you believe it?!  This month is flying by.  This week is inspired by Home Décor projects.  I was planning on doing a bias piping tutorial for you then last minute I decided to add a little reverse applique onto the pillow for some fun.  Let’s get started…

Supplies:

-14″x14″ pillow form

-1/2 yard of home decor fabric for piping and applique (I used a woven mai tai fabric)

-1/2 yard of home décor fabric for main pillow ( I used a 100% Hemp in natural)

-2 yards welt cord ( I used size 5/32″ welt cord)

-Sewing machine with piping foot

-Scissors

-Thread

-pins

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Hey every one! Today we are going to make an awesome scarf using a couple fun sewing techniques like a flat felled seam, and a hem using a rolled hemmer foot. This is a great project for an advanced beginner, its all straight seams but takes a little bit of finesse, and we are using a rayon which is a little bit of a wiggly fabric… But its all fun, and pretty basic I promise! Okay, so what you will need for this project is:

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