You probably have a stylish face mask. How about a cool carrying case?! This cute and colorful zip pouch is designed to hold a favorite face mask or two plus additional protective supplies in the outside pleated pocket.
When going out in public, wearing a face mask is now required or recommended for all. If you or someone you know does not sew or if you simply need a super fast (5 minutes) alternative, this easy, no-sew project is for you.
To keep your lips moist and protected from the elements, your best defense is a good offense: constant swipes from your trusty tube of lip balm. Make sure that tube is always handy with our key ring cases. A great gift idea.
This warm-you-up neck cowl will get you through the wicked weather in style. It’s like a mini scarf that buttons around your neck. Ours is smooth flannel on the outside and soft luxury fleece on the inside. Toasty times two!
This style of bag, one that slips onto a standard belt, has been showing up everywhere, including one we spotted at Nordstrom by Stella McCartney for a mere…
Scrunchies are super fast and fun and take just a tiny bit of fabric and elastic. Our scrunchies are done with a unique double-turn method that eliminates the hard center seam found in many other styles. A great gift idea!
A little wicked glamour and a wicked little spider come together to make a spellbinding Halloween mask. It’s what the most beguiling witches are wearing this season; combining…
One of my favorite characters in the Warner Bros.® series of cartoons was Witch Hazel, who debuted in the 1954 short, “Bewitched Bunny.” Disney® had previously created a…
Look for an open space to create a calming, socially distant environment to practice your daily yoga and meditation. When you don’t need a full bag, this gorgeous strap wrap lets you sling a mat over your shoulder and go.
We have instructions for a full length wrap for women and a waist wrap for men. Both are bound with eye-catching quilting cotton to add an extra punch of color. Make one for yourself or as a snuggly gift. Drying off just got a lot more stylish.
Turn standard off-the-rack t-shirts into something special with pockets, decorative stitching, inset panels, and cropping. It’s a fun and easy way to use up fabric and trim scraps to yield an instant wardrobe upgrade.
Got a minute? Make a belt! These fashion-in-a-flash cuties go from start to finish in less than 30 minutes. It’s an excellent excuse to use those decorative stitches hiding on your sewing machine. We recommend a dense stitch pattern in a wide width.
It’s nudging towards warmer weather (except on the US East Coast… snow?!?). But sunny skies in most areas mean it’s time to show a little leg! Try our flirty little fast and easy skirt in soft double gauze with an elastic waist.
These simple ribbon necklaces are a striking accent that can be dressed up or down. We show you five no-sew solutions that combine beautiful ribbon and some standard jewelry findings. They’re a fun activity for kids and teens.
Learn contortion pleating, which involves twisting the gauze into a bound bundle then drying it in a conventional dryer or a microwave prior to final air drying. Learn to crinkle, then learn to make this gorgeous tasseled scarf.
It’s a utilitarian, get-down-to-business style that works well for women, men, even kids. You’ll love the tough riveted canvas, zippered pocket, and a cool slide buckle belt that cinches in place at waist or hip level.
Elastic shirring creates a wonderful stretchy texture. It occupies the space between the simplicity of gathering and the intricacy of hand-smocking. We cover the technique itself as well as several project ideas.
Wrap up in a bit of summertime softness with our beautiful, diaphanous scarf. Start with a voile, batiste or similar, add a perfectly centered finished seam, then create a line of tiny, twisted floss cords along both ends.
When budgets get tight, repairing and re-purposing is the way to go to extend an item’s life. We explore some innovative ideas for using iron-on patches for scarves, t-shirts, pillows, and… of course, jeans.
You’ve seen these kinds of headbands everywhere. One is accordion-pleated so you can adjust the pleats to wear it wide or narrow; the other is a turban style with a classic front knot. Bad hair day be gone!
Cute receiving blankets and cute little hats are a classic combo to delight a new mama and daddy. Baby will likely be less-impressed, but for him/her, we have our super softee, bound knit blankies. Everyone’s happy!
Made of soft knit as a simple tube, it’s a 4-in-1 solution that comes in super handy these days: pull up over nose and mouth to protect, stretch over head as a hair cover, scrunch down into a headband, keep around neck for warmth.