If you are brand new to garment sewing, try out your wings with this project. Learn how to apply facings, make a simple square sleeve, create a self-belt with belt loops, and get some fussy cutting practice.
Spring flowers as a gift: Good. Spring flowers as a gift in a beautifully wrapped vase you made yourself: Great! You need just small scraps of fabric, ribbon, and felt. We include steps for the cute rolled rose embellishment.
When it’s bring-your-own-shade weather, our portable tent fits the bill. Perfect as a little kid’s playhouse as well as a comfy lounge cabana for big kids. Get instructions for both the PVC frame plus the slip-on fabric covering.
A personalized shadow box is a wonderful way to commemorate a special occasion. Our samples celebrate a new baby and a wedding; it would also be lovely as a birthday memory box or to mark an anniversary milestone.
It’s always good to have tissues at-the-ready when out and about: dab away a tear, capture a sneeze or wipe up a mess. Pretty them up with our adorable tissue covers. A fun ScrapBusters project that also makes a great gift.
This beautiful runner design is created with two layers of burlap joined by decorative stitching and highlighted with a splash of luxurious silk. We show it as wedding décor, but it would be lovely for a variety of occasions.
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.
Spice up your outdoor living space with a new tablecloth. Ours is fast and easy. The center contrasting panel acts like a built-in runner, and secret pockets behind each corner hold weights to help keep the cloth in place.
This fancy zippered clutch is perfect for weddings, evenings out + more; and it’s a fun way to use some of your prettiest fabric and lace scraps. The fabric peeks through the lace overlay for a lovely textured combination.
Hold everything you need in one handy unit and add a bit of flair to the look of your table décor. Because they’re self-contained, you can use the them with placemats, tablecloths or simply line them up buffet style.
Layers of double gauze give this tablecloth its lovely drape. The deep ruffles are made from two differently colored panels sewn together. We show you how, with some clever gathering, the ruffles can be attached with just one seam.
Cleaning out your closets? Perhaps they could also use a little freshening up with a sweet smelling sachet or two. Ours are filled with epsom salts scented with essential oil. Fast, easy + economical.
In soft linen accented with gorgeous ribbons, our pretty favor bags are clean and simple, but with a personal touch and subtle elegance. Easy to make and designed for “assembly line” cutting and construction.
In today’s plugged-in-turned-on digital world, writing something down may seem old school. But if you have a handmade fabric folder to keep your pad, pen, and a few extras; low-tech becomes a very lovely option.
With wonky piecework and a rustic feel, these sachets are all about the random. Hand stitched accents and a bow-tied-button make each unique and personalized. Use your favorite little scraps for a fast and easy gift.
Get step-by-step instructions for this stunning weave, which is actually easy to create. Our sample uses three ribbons in a neutral palette with a simple muslin backing – a lovely, muted background that allows the rings to shine.
One of the fastest holiday makeovers is a tablecloth. Just three steps: cut, hem, set the table. So fast, why not create a set?! Use a thick, rich drapery or upholstery weight for the underlay – a gorgeous sheer for the overlay.
Perfect for a rustic wedding! We combined five very different fabrics for an awesome blend of color and texture: from rich cotton to frothy tulle to ruched taffeta. There are even accent roses in silk dupioni with burlap leaves.
Add a romantic touch to hair accessories, pillows, or as a pin on a sweater or jacket. You could even fill a bowl with these flowers as a gorgeous centerpiece. They’re super easy and take just tiny scraps of fabric.