Sturdy and stylin’! Use this tote to haul in a generous load of wood. A double layer of outdoor fabric is not only tough, but also stain and water resistant. And those dowel-pocket handles look fancy, but are super easy to sew.

No self-respecting Halloween witch would be caught out under the moon without three important items: a flying broom, a pointy hat, and a kookie cape. Turns out flying brooms are rather hard to come by, but we have you covered on the other fronts. Check one: the cape. Ours is a stylishly short Capelet made
Cute toss pillows in interesting shapes are a great way to interject a bit of playful zest into children's décor (although, we will allow you to make this for grown-up types as well). Our ukulele pillow tutorial certainly qualifies as an interesting shape, and we include a free downloadable pattern for it.  Can’t you just

These adorable purses are just the right size to carry a few important items. Originally designed to work as a coordinated set of Bridesmaid Clutches, they would work beautifully for so many occasions. Pattern resizing notes included.

Vibrant fabric accents look great against the bright color of the mesh and the gleaming nickel hardware. The mesh body lets sand and dirt sift out while at the same time allowing air to flow in and help dry out suits and towels.

It’s a duffle and backpack in one! The drawcord top looks great and makes it fast and easy to load and unload. Then, slip it on as a backpack for hands-free strolling to the beach – or wherever the day takes you – and back again.

Oilcloth is water resistant with a wipe-clean surface, making it ideal for patio living. “It will be too sticky for pillows,” you shout! These pillows are meant to be used as bright pops of color to decorate not for sleeping.

It’s time to plunge your hands into fresh dirt! Our Gardening Apron can help with the tough outdoor tasks. The design features a unique split-skirt that allows you to squat, bend, sit or stand without stretching, pulling or binding.

Around the Pacific Northwest, Spring through and early Fall are prime time for celebrating in the great outdoors. Seating for these kind of gatherings is often just the grassy slopes of a park. You gotta have something to sit on! A blanket is often too big and rather bulky to pack in. Instead, try this

From cooking to organizing to looking good, these five favorites are sure to please. The supplies needed are minimal; you may already have the perfect options in your stash. To make your gift extra special, we have a set of free printable “Mom Said!”gift tags.

Whip up these sweet treats for the sewers and crafters on your gift list. Our stacked trio of petite pincushions is designed to look like a delicious three tier cake – complete with mini-pom edge icing and a cherry pom on top.

Ribbon artist, Elaine Schmidt brings us this detailed Guest Tutorial that takes you through the steps to create a classic ribbon petal cockcade – a gorgeous embellishment for a bag or to accent a pillow or drapery tieback.

These cute stuffables are a fantastic ScrapBuster project – especially for kids! Follow our steps to make a basket of super-soft decorative eggs in bright, patterned fleece with ribbons, rick rack, mini-poms, and felt flower accents.

With triple the heart-stopping cuteness, our Valentine sachets hang three in a row on a ribbon with a ring at the top and a button weight at the bottom. Use them to add a bit of scented sweetness anywhere you want.

Our fancy zippered clutch is perfect for weddings, evenings out, and more. Of course… we’re not going anywhere like that at the moment, so it’s also a fun way to use some of your prettiest fabric and lace scraps.

As we roll into the final days before Christmas, we’re taking a moment to step away from our sewing machines to bring you something a little different – something we hope might become a new tradition for the holidays. We wrote a little story and designed a pretty book to go along with the adorable illustrations

Pom poms are great for so many projects. Whether you need one great pom or dozens, a Clover Pom Maker simplifies the task, and each one will be as perfectly puffy as the next. Find some yarn and get ready to get fluffy.

Whether propping open an outside door to capture a cool breeze or holding open an uncooperative inside door, our weighted cube is a smart way to keep doors from slamming and air circulating.

Has winter weather brought watery eyes and red noses? Don’t let it sneak up without a fashion solution. Make sure you’re prepared with a pretty tissue box cover to help distract you from sneezing.

Cardboard wraps do the job, but are they cute + clever or a green alternative? Make your own Cup Cozies, using our patterns and easy instructions. We offer three unique wrap options: snaps, lace-up eyelets, and elastic.

This would be a wonderful learn-to-sew project for kids! We show how to stitch right through our paper pattern pieces to make it simple to keep curves and angles spot-on, even around the sharp corners and tight curves.

Here's a fast and fabulous Valentine's gift idea everyone will love, because it includes both adorable fabric and yummy candy. We created a cellophane bag topper from small fabric squares, stitched on a personalized message of love, and sealed it with a secret quick-release basting stitch. When it's finished its job as a bag topper,

We made these purrrfect little heart-shaped catnip mice out of leftover charm pack squares to keep kitties happy and entertained. For the best results, we recommend organic catnip and scraps of 100% cotton fabric.

Spending some Spring cleaning energy in your closets? Perhaps they could use a little freshening up with a sweet smelling sachet. Ours are filled with epsom salts scented with essential oil. Fast, easy + economical.

Gather up your favorite scraps of fabric and trim, leftover buttons or beads, and some sheets of craft felt, then get ready to fire up your imagination for some ornament fun. A fantastic project to introduce kids to hand sewing.

While the cornucopia dates back to Greek Mythology, its graceful shape and overflowing harvest is now most commonly associated with Thanksgiving. A cornucopia looks especially festive on the Thanksgiving table, but takes up more room than most Thanksgiving dinner platters will allow – especially with Aunt Grace's enormous Tropicana Orange Jello mold. You can get
Back when I was attending parties in patent leather mary janes and hair bows, party favors were low-key and unassuming. If you were really lucky, you might score a candy bracelet you could eat right off your wrist. These days, things have amped up to a whole new level, with fancy favors becoming standard for
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