Tutorial: No-sew fabric rope Easter basketBrittany from The House That Lars Built shows you you can make this fabric rope Easter basket, no sewing required.  Rope is wrapped with fabric strips, which is then coiled into a basket shape and held together with hot glue.  The …

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Tutorial: Vintage fabric roseDeanna from Sew McCool shows how to make a vintage fabric rose.  She starts with a tube of fabric, wrapping and folding it around a knot in the middle to make the little fabric rose.  She shows it put together …

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Tutorial: Pom Pom Posies wrist corsages

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Tutorial: DIY round mouse pad using a cake boardAlicia and Geneane from Spark & Chemistry show how you can make this circle mouse pad, no sewing required.  The base is a cake board, those circles of cardboard you find in the cake decorating aisle of the craft store.  A …

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Tutorial: Suede cut out sweaterGina Michele shows how to add suede cut outs to a plain sweater.  She used paisley or tear drop shapes for her cut outs, but this would work with any simple shape.  It would also be cool done with triangles or …

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Tutorial: Woven fabric basket basket, no sewing requiredRachel from Holy Craft shows how you can make this woven fabric basket, with no sewing required.  Long strips of fabric are wrapped around clothesline, which is shaped and woven to make a basket.  You’ll need a yard and a …

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Tutorial: No-sew fabric and ribbon flower wandsCoats & Clark shares a free PDF project sheet for making these fabric and ribbon flower wands.  They’re made with Phoomph! double stick foam sheets, so there’s no sewing required.  The middles of the flower are fabric prints, and the petals …

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Tutorial: No-sew curtains in 15 minutesJen Chesnick form Say Chez! shares a tutorial at Therm O Web showing how you can make a curtain in just 15 minutes, with  no sewing required.  It’s a simple panel with a casing folded over from the top.  She …

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Tutorial: Fabric covered mouse padLindsay from A Cottage Home shares a tutorial at Riley Blake Designs showing how you can make your desk pretty with a fabric covered mouse pad.  There’s no sewing required and it’s super quick to make.  It doesn’t take much fabric, either.  …

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leather-bow-tie-collageLinda from Craftaholics Anonymous has the jump on her boys’ Easter outfits with these color blocked leather bow ties.   They’re faux bow ties on a soft elastic strap.  She shares a tutorial showing how to make them.  They come together …

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Tutorial: Open back sweatshirt refashionAnne from WobiSobi shares a tutorial at Brassy Apple showing a simple sweatshirt refashion that gives it a wider neck and an open back.  The look was inspired by sweater she purchased from Aeropostale.  Her sweatshirt version can be made …

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Tutorial: No-sew chalkboard fabric napkin ringsKaren from Sew Many Ways shows how you can make a set of chalkboard fabric napkin rings, no sewing required.  The chalkboard fabric can be written on and erased again and again and again.  Write a person’s name to indicate …

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Free pattern: No-sew fabric flowersThese fabric flowers by Red Brolly are a welcome contrast to the gray winter skies outside my window.  She shares a tutorial showing how to make them.  You’ll use fabric, but there’s no sewing involved.  They’re assembled using hot glue, …

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Tutorial: Faux leather geometric heart t-shirt, no sewing requiredShauna from Shwin & Shwin shows how to make a faux leather geometric heart t-shirt.  She put the image on  to the shirt with Heat ‘n Bond, so there’s no sewing required.  How fab is it out of the faux …

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Tutorial: Vintage feed sack scrap spool necklacesAshlee from My So Called Crafty Life turns her smallest vintage feed sack scraps into pretty spool pendants.  These pieces are too small to use in a sewing project, but too pretty to throw away.  She shares a tutorial showing …

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