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.
These floor cushions, with their piping and tufted buttons, are a home décor classic. We added a clever harness to bundle them together. Carry the stack from room to room or keep the tower stable when used as a comfy foot rest.
Pretty stitching takes a simple surface from ordinary to special in the blink of an eye. These traditional linen placemats include eight tiny tucks for texture plus 15 lines of decorative stitching in sparkling metallic thread.
A pretty stand-up ruffle rings the top of each stocking; its clever reverse seam is hidden by the accent ribbon, keeping the lining smooth and clean. We provide a free pattern download sized to cut from a single fat quarter.
Home décor fabric is a great choice for table linens. Motifs tend to be bigger and tones more dramatic, plus it’s thicker and more durable – good qualities for this table runner. To soften, we added deep ruffles in a handkerchief linen.
Bound all around and featuring accent bands and elegant tassels at each end, this table runner is perfect for a formal tabletop setting. It finishes at approximately 86½” x 15″. Choose a metallic cotton for the prettiest sparkle.
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.
Our simple yet clever design results in a beautifully finished bag inside and out. And because you can reuse them, it’s a green alternative to gift wrap. Great for scraps or pre-cuts! We also include a free gift tag printable.
The beauty of this solid color runner is in the texture of the pleated squares side by side with the plain squares. The tutorial also shows you a fun way to create mitered corners without using a separate binding strip.
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.
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!