diyarrowfloorpoufHeather at Dragonfly Designs shows how you can make a canvas floor pouf with a hand painted arrow design.  I think I might need one (or two, or three) of these for my own living rom!  The pouf works as …

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Tutorial: Hanging hand towel

Tutorial: Hanging hand towel

Fat Quarter Shop shares a tutorial on their blog, The Jolly Jabber, showing how you can make this hanging hand towel for your kitchen.  The towel has a topper that can be buttoned around a stove …

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Tutorial: No-sew duck tape mustache pillow

Tutorial: No-sew duck tape mustache pillow

Amy from Joyful Daisy shows how to make a duck tape mustache pillow, no sewing required.  It’s stuffed just like a pillow, but the “fabric” is made from strips of duck tape.  She designed the pillow as a …

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Tutorial: Vintage scrappy patchwork coasters

Tutorial: Vintage scrappy patchwork coasters

Ashlee from My So Called Crafty Life made these patchwork coasters from scraps of vintage fabric, and she shares a tutorial for making them.  Sometimes I’m lucky enough to find vintage fabric in larger pieces, …

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faux-fur-pillow-10Rachel from Transient Expression shows how you can make a luxe faux fur pillow.  A high quality, deep pile faux fur like she used won’t be cheap, but it’s totally worth the money to get a pillow with such texture!  …

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20140722-175156-64316345.jpgJonie from Knot Sew Normal guest blogs at Sew McCool with a tutorial showing how to make this owl hot pad and pot holder set. The hot pad has two sweet owls appliqued on it, and the matching pot holder …

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Tutorial: Hexie lion pillow

Tutorial: Hexie lion pillow

Abby Glassenberg from While She Naps, and author of Stuffed Animals: From Concept to Construction, shares a tutorial for making this hexie lion pillow that is alllll kinds of cuteness.  It would be sweet in a nursery or …

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Tutorial: Modern house placemats with flatware pockets

Tutorial: Modern house placemats with flatware pockets

Svetlana Sotak of s.o.t.a.k handmade guest blogs at Ellison Lane with a tutorial showing how to make these adorable house placemats.  They’re pieced in two fabrics – one for the main house shape, …

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Tutorial: Simple table skirt for an end table

Tutorial: Simple table skirt for an end table

Kim from Exquisitely Unremarkable shows how you can revamp an end table by making a simple table skirt.  The gathered skirt creates a softer, more romantic look for a basic wooden table.  …

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Tutorial: Super simple ruffle curtains

Tutorial: Super simple ruffle curtains

Bobbie from A Vision to Remember shows how you can make these super simple ruffle curtains.  She uses pre-ruffled fabric so you won’t be basting and pulling miles of fabric to make the ruffles.  And, …

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Tutorial: Easy outdoor pillow, with three options for stuffing

Tutorial: Easy outdoor pillow, with three options for stuffing

Pillows can do wonders to make an outdoor living space more inviting.  Laura from A Beautiful Mess shows how to make an outdoor pillow with a simple envelope closure, and gives three …

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Tutorial: Quick and easy tea towel table runner

Tutorial: Quick and easy tea towel table runner

Emily Henderson shows how you can use tea towels to make a quick and easy table runner.  She sews 4 tea towels together using large stitches in a colorful yarn.  And for an extra embellishment, she makes …

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Tutorial: Simple fabric coasters

Tutorial: Simple fabric coasters

Miss Make shows how you can make a set of simple fabric coasters.  The basic square shape shows off a cool fabric print.  Felt or batting inside will help absorb moisture from your glass.  A set …

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1681-Moroccan-Deco-Stitch-Towels-6At Sew4Home you can see how to make their Scrappy Moroccan Style Deco Stitch Tea Towels.  That’s a long name, but they’re a whole lot of pretty.  The linen towels are accented with strips of cotton prints and rows of …

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Tutorial: No-sew fabric canvas art

Tutorial: No-sew fabric canvas art

Stephanie from Swoodson Says shows how you can use fabrics from your scrap bin to make cute wall art.  A sewing machine seems like a pretty perfect subject for your art, but you could use …

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