Plaid flannel and sherpa fleece are a favorite combo for bundle-me-up winter scarves, toasty blankets… and a set of rustic Christmas stockings, adding corduroy for the heel/toe accents. Bias cutting accentuates the style.
To simplify the construction and get the best blend of color and pattern, the shapes within each quadrant of our circle are the same – only the fabrics change. By rotating each quadrant, you achieve the look of random crazy patch.
By emphasizing a large motif and using a contrasting fabric for the borders, this placemat design creates the perfect frame for your favorite place setting. Adapt your fabric choices to go from everyday to elegant.
Slice, stitch, tie, give. Just a few steps to fast, festive, reusable gift wrap solutions in wool felt with cotton accents. Pretty bows and belts keep things wrapped up tight. We showcase three different sizes and styles.
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.
The technique is just as the name implies: the vast majority of the project, both sewing and embroidery, is done within an embroidery hoop. The elegant result is similar in rich color and complexity to a fine Jacquard ribbon.
Tuck a letter to Santa in one pocket, a special treat for him in the other. Then, leave the pillow out overnight and check in the morning to see what Santa has returned. Perhaps a letter back and another special treat!