It’s the perfect stress relief trio: a neck wrap to pull the pain from your shoulders, an eye pillow to soothe and calm, and a pretty headband to gently sweep your hair up and away in order to rest the wrap and pillow in place.
These wide, tie-front belts can add a touch of bohemian style to your wardrobe. We used long quilting stitches to accent our fabric’s design motifs, then placed a few pretty seed beads at focal points for texture. Great for scraps!
This cute set of totes is great for travel, but that’s not as likely right now. Instead, use them to organize your closet at home! Both drawstring bags are lined and feature cute appliqués to identify the contents.
Inject some bright pops of color into your tablescape with these pinwheel style coasters. It’s a fast and easy project and perfect for some fave prints and solids from your scrap stash. Bundle up a bunch as a great gift idea.
Two sizes – tons of uses. Designed to be a perfect size to drop into a larger bag or tote, these little pouches are really too pretty to hide! They’re long and slim with a full 12” zippered opening. Use bold mix-and-match scraps.
Because of their smaller size, half aprons are inherently more adorable. This one, with 10 generous pockets, is as hardworking as it is cute. Tie it on, load it up with favorite notions, and get ready for your next project.
In today’s plugged-in-turned-on digital world, writing something down may seem old school. But if you have a beautiful 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 cute bow-tied-button make each unique and personalized. Use some of your favorite little scraps for a fast and easy gift.
Which accessory gives you the most fashion muscle per square inch? A big, gorgeous scarf! This long lovely combines a striking fabric with rows of colorful tassels. Best news: scarves are super easy to make as are custom tassels.
Do you usually turn to quilting cottons or fleece for a throw? Give linen and rayon a try! This lightweight yet warm throw has an absolutely amazing drape. The finishing touch is the swing and sparkle of chainette fringe.