Tutorial: No-sew punch dot leather glasses case

Tutorial: No-sew punch dot leather glasses case

Kate from See Kate Sew shows how you can make this punch dot leather glasses case, with no sewing required.  The punched  polka dot pattern on the flap is a fun, modern detail.  …

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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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Tutorial: Abstract drip dye t-shirt

Tutorial: Abstract drip dye t-shirt

Alexa from The Swell Life shares a tutorial at I Love To Create showing how you can create this abstract drip dye t-shirt.  She uses a Tulip One-Step Tie Dye kit to add the drips …

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Tutorial: Easy embellished tassels

Tutorial: Easy embellished tassels

These embellished tassels look like they would be so much to make! Happy for us, Cintia from My Poppet shares a tutorial so we can do just that.  They’re super fast to make when you use …

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Tutorial: No-sew fabric bangle bracelet

Tutorial: No-sew fabric bangle bracelet

Jamie from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom shows how to make these cute wrapped fabric bangle bracelets.  They’re super easy to make and no sewing is required. You’ll just  need thin strips of fabric …

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Tutorial: Two knot, one shoulder no-sew t-shirt refashion

Tutorial: Two knot, one shoulder no-sew t-shirt refashion

Anne from WobiSobi shows how you can make this one-shouldered double knotted t-shirt refashion, with no sewing required.   All you need is a plain t-shirt and a pair of scissors.  Even the …

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Tutorial: No-sew fabric scrap greeting cardsLisa from A Spoonful of Sugar shares a fun project for using up your smallest fabric scraps.  She used them to make cute greeting cards.  There’s no sewing required, and they’re super fast to make.  You could make a stack …

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Tutorial: Sarong swimsuit cover up, no sewing requiredJamie from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom shows how you can make a sarong style swimsuit cover up, with no sewing required.  All you need is 2 yards of knit fabric.  She shows how to wrap and tie the fabric …

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Tutorial: No-sew waving flag 4th of July shirtGinger from Gingerly Made used ric rac and a bow to make this waving flag 4th of July shirt for her daughter.  It’s a no-sew project and she shares a tutorial showing how you can do it.  She uses glue to put …

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Tutorial: No-sew wrap mini skirtYou can make this wrap mini skirt without sewing a stitch.  Geneva from A Pair & A Spare shares a tutorial at Witchery showing how to twist and wrap a jersey knit scarf to make a stylish mini skirt.  Jersey doesn’t …

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Tutorial: No-sew modern forest wall hangingKatie from Bower Power shows how to make this no-sew wall hanging with a modern forest design.  She created the shapes to be stylized trees, but they could also be a mountain range.  Fusible interfacing will hold the fabric pieces to …

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Tutorial: No sew bean bagsJen Chesnick from Say Chez shares a tutorial at Therm O Web showing how you can make these bean bags, quick and easy and with no sewing required.  She made a set of 6 in just 30 minutes.  If you used …

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Tutorial: No-sew fringed t-shirt bagYou can make this fringed hobo bag out of an old t-shirt, with no sewing required.  Upstairs Circus has the how-to.  It’s easy to do, with just some simple cuts and some knotting.  This would be such a fun project for …

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Tutorial: No-sew studded leather beltKate from See Kate Sew shares a tutorial showing how you can whip up a studded leather belt, no sewing required.  It’s an easy project to update your wardrobe.  It’s made from a strip of leather with leather studs added …

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Tutorial: Add a side stripe to pants, no sewing requiredAnna from Plan B shows how easy it is to use decorative trims to add some side stripes to a plain pair of pants.  You don’t even have to sew a stitch if you don’t want to.  You can use fabric glue or your …

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