Tutorial: Easter bunny treat pocketsThese Easter bunny pouches can be used to hold Easter treats, or as a fun place setting for a special Easter dinner.  Audrey Pettit shares a tutorial at Therm O Web showing how to make them.  They’re made from wool felt …

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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: Leather wrap clutchCrystal from Stitched By Crystal shows how to make a leather wrap clutch.  The clutch is simple to sew, using just a rectangle of leather (or faux leather) and two seams to make it.  For a closure, a long strap of leather wraps a couple of times …

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Tutorial: Pocket Pals Pillow that holds minifiguresNicole from Modern Handcraft shares a tutorial at The Sewing Rabbit showing how to make her Pocket Pals Pillow.  It’s a fun way to display and store a collection of Lego mini figures.  The front of the pillow has itty …

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DSC_8449-copyJamie from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom shows how she created the painted ombre chevron around the hem of a skirt she made for her daughter.  I’m loving the yellow!  It looks like summertime!!  She used shaped painter’s tape to …

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Inspiration: 14 variations you can make on a basic t-shirt patternMost of us have a favorite basic tee pattern in our pattern stash.  They’re quick to sew and are wardrobe staples for boys, girls, men, women, babies.  When you want to make a t-shirt that’s not so basic, you can …

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Tutorial: Swim cover-up for an 18" dollPixie Faire shares a tutorial showing how you can make a swim cover-up for an 18″ doll.  It’s a variation on the free Trendy Tee pattern by Liberty Jane.  By the time all the adaptations are made, it looks very little like …

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20140412-094032.jpgFrances Suzanne guest blogs in the DIY Babies series at iCandy Handmade with a tutorial showing how to make her Baby Sacques. They’re the sweetest little baby dresses and sleep sacks, made with a onesie for the bodice and a …

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Gina Michele shows how to make a plastic bag organizer for your kitchen or pantry. It’s amazing how many plastic sacks you can stuff into one of these! Drawstrings at the top and the bottom make it easy to stuff …

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Video tutorial: Installing a tuck catch on a bagBetz White shows to install a tuck catch when making a bag.  A tuck catch, also known as a thumb catch, is a closure with a slide on one piece and a catch on another.   The slide piece pushes down to fit underneath …

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Tutorial: 4 ways to hem a circle skirtPreethi from WIDI shows four ways to hem a circle skirt.   She shows how to do a simple zig zag, a zig zag and fold, bias tape, and a double fold hem.  The right method to choose for your skirt …

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Video tutorial: Boho-style lace dress from a tablecloth and sheetMarta from 2nd Funniest Thing shares a video tutorial showing how you can make this beautiful lace covered dress from a table cloth and a sheet.  She shows it as a boho-style wedding dress, but it doesn’t have to be …

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fatquarterskirtSherri from Thread Riding Hood shows how to make a fat quarter skirt for a little girl.  It’s a simple gathered skirt with a contrast band around the hem.  You can make it from two fat quarters, one for the …

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Winner of Cloth by Cassandra Ellis

The winner of Cloth by Cassandra Ellis is…

Commenter #9, Gwen, who said her favorite fabric to work is:

 ”I think it would be silk, or maybe linen. It really depends on what I’m using it for.”

Congratulations!  You will …

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Tutorial: Raindrop applique throw pillowSara from The Aqua House shares a tutorial at Make It and Love It showing how to make this raindrop pillow.  The front of the pillow is covered in large raindrop shapes appliqued out of a mix of prints.  It’s a great …

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