Clothespin Bag Tutorial

My mom had an old, ripped clothespin bag from Wal-mart that didn’t last very long.   She asked if I could revamp it for her. So I used the old bag as a template and created a tongue-in-cheek “pin up girl” bag to house her clothespins. Supplies: Dropcloth fabric red and white gingham fabric sewing {…Read More…}

Ruffle Ribbon Flowers

Last Friday I showed you a bunch of ribbon I received from Mindy Mae’s Market.   I wanted to give you the tutorial for how I made the ruffled ribbon flowers.   They are incredibly simple to make especially with a ruffle foot. Supplies: Sewing machine with Ruffle foot coordinating thread hot glue felt lighter {…Read More…}

5 Ways to Make Your Own Stocking Stuffers

If you have a long list of people to shop for this holiday season, your pockets may be pretty empty by the time you get around to stocking stuffers. Instead of settling for less at the discount store, why not try your hand at making something?  Take a look at the craft and sewing supplies {…Read More…}

5 Ways to Follow Fall Fashions for the DIYer

The crisp, cool days of Autumn are just around the corner, which means it’s almost sweater weather!  Fall fashions are some of my favorites.  I can enjoy the coziness of soft corduroys, pretty scarves, and chunky sweaters without having to cover them up with a heavy coat.  If your own wardrobe needs some updates for {…Read More…}