Tutorial: 1-hour easy fringed ponchoVintage Pattern Marketplace shares a tutorial for making a fringed poncho.  It’s a quick, easy project requiring only an hour of sewing time.  You’ll need a 45″ square of fabric plus some bias tape and fringe trim.  If you make it …

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Tutorial: April Showers ToteMeream from Bored and Crafty shares a tutorial at Tamagotchi Life showing how to make her April Showers Tote.  A simple tote bag has a pretty april shower appliqued on the front.  The finished size is approximately 11 x 13 – a …

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Free pattern: Mix and Match Bow TiesDelia from Delia Creates shares a free pattern for making her Mix and Match Bow Ties for boys.  They’re the real deal kind of bow tie, the ones that you actually tie.  They’re made in two parts, with a hook connecting them …

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Tutorial: Easy sew chopstick sleeve from scrap fabricMaria Merlino shows how you can quickly sew up fabric sleeves for your chopsticks.  They’re super easy to make, and you can use your fabric scraps.  Or, for a matched set you could purchase a fat quarter or a small …

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Tutorial: Hidden tab curtains tied in a bowMichaela from Covered in Mod Podge shares a tutorial at The Ribbon Retreat showing how to make these hidden tab curtains tied together in the center with a bow.  The hidden tabs are easily made from wide grosgrain ribbon stitched to …

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Tutorial: Reversible horse blanket for an American Girl horseOver at Arts and Crafts for your American Girl Doll, you can get a free pattern for making a reversible horse blanket for an American Girl horse.  It’s an easy project to make.  Her pattern will fit an American Girl brand horse, …

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Tutorial: Galaxy painted moon phase wall hangingTara from Girl Like the Sea shares a tutorial at The Sewing Rabbit showing how you can make a galaxy painted fabric wall hanging showing the phases of the moon.  She starts with a piece of black fabric and gives it …

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Tutorial: Bunny ear headbandTwirling Betty shows how you can use scrap fabric to make this cute bunny ear headband.  A headband form is covered in fabric, with long wired ears knotted at the middle.  With the wire inside, you can shape your ears …

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Tutorial: Make a reversible spring mini skirt from two t-shirtsAndrea from Little Did You Know shows how she refashioned two thrifted t-shirts into a cute new reversible mini for spring.  The elastic waistband is repurposed from a pair of pants she bought on the same trip, but you could also …

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Tutorial: Curved top zippered makeup pouchBev from Flamingo Toes guest blogs at Lil Luna with a tutorial showing how to make this pretty makeup pouch with a curved, zippered top.  She made it from a bright laminate fabric for a colorful new makeup pouch for …

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Free pattern: Strawberry bagHow insanely cute is this strawberry bag that Krisha from Jacks & Kate made for her daughter!  She shares a free pattern and tutorial showing how to make it.  The bag is a giant strawberry made from a red polka dot, …

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Tutorial: Flouncy bubble skirt with a wide elastic waistbandAshley from Make It and Love It shows how you can make a flouncy bubble skirt with a wide elastic waistband.  Lightweight chiffon hangs beautifully and makes a full bubble at the hem.  You can make it in any size, from little girl to …

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Tutorial: Polka dot and leather fold over clutchMelissa Mortenson from Polka Dot Chair shows how you can make this polka dot and leather fold over clutch.  It’s a smart little bag, chic and modern!  The gold polka dot pattern is made with a stencil and gold paint.  The lining …

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Tutorial: No-sew doll-sized fabric Easter basketDoll It Up shows how you can make this doll-sized Easter basket.  Even though it’s made from fabric, there’s no sewing required.  Phoomph gives it body and it’s held together with hot glue.  I’m loving how she used a small …

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Tutorial: Easter hen egg warmerBirgit from By Number 19 shares a tutorial showing how to make these sweet Easter hen egg warmers.  This would be a fun project for using up your cotton scraps.  You can mix and match pattern and print, and the …

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