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You can’t beat the sewing ease and fashion versatility of a classic scarf. There are really only two steps: pick a fancy fabric, finish the edge. Plus, scarves are always a lovely gift idea and it’s so easy to personalize them to fit a favorite color, celebrate a special holiday, or simply brighten someone’s day.

You’ve all seen puffer jackets. The look has now shown up on high-end bags! S4H leads the pack, bringing you a DIY version. We combine ripstop nylon and high loft batting, creating the texture with straight line quilting + ruler work.

Ragging. Slang defines it as, “Picking on someone in an annoying way.” Well that’s not very pleasant. We prefer the sewing definition, which is: assembling a project so your seam allowances are visible on the outside and left to gently fray or “rag.” That sounds so much nicer! We’re done several ragged edge projects (Woolies
Raise your hand if you made some classic New Year’s resolutions – exercising, getting lots of rest, drinking more water. All these intentions are worthy, but let’s look beyond the standard list to some Sewing Self Improvement Goals. We’re excited to join a new series from Janome: Sew Smarter. Whether you’re a beginner or a

Cuddle up with a snuggly hand-tied blanket and matching closed-end pillowcase. Both elements are beginner friendly with useful techniques to learn, like how to hand-tie and how to create the overlapping ends of a pillowcase.

The boxy shape of a classic duffle provides plenty of “real estate” for a dramatic fabric choice as well as professional finishes; like piping, decorative layering, and unique zipper choices. We check all the boxes with this bold bag.

Soft and light with no added interfacing, allowing it to wrap and tie for a super comfy fit. If you’re just starting out, an apron is a great introduction to a number of techniques that translate well to future garment sewing.

This must-have travel accessory is a strap to secure a tote or backpack on top of your rolling suitcase. Our design is a fully adjustable loop that is easier to make and more secure when buckled. Sounds like a travel win-win.

Color Blocking is the art of mixing solid color squares and rectangles into a bold design with inherent simplicity and inspired color. It lends itself especially well to patchwork, since the blocks of color are arranged on a grid.

In cooking, sometimes it takes just a pinch of this and a dash of that to bring a dish to its full flavor. It’s similar in sewing, where a splash of embellishment can be the finishing touch to make your project shine. For this classic single-layer apron, we used the Janome 3-Way Cording foot to

Great for smaller surfaces! At 12” x 5” x 6”, this cool caddy can be sitting pretty anywhere you need a little organizational help. The pocket panel wraps all the way around and is divided into eight sections in a variety of sizes.

Applying initials to something to identify it as undeniably yours dates back as far as the signet rings of the ancient Romans. Although often pictorial in nature that long ago, featuring crests and coats of arms, engraved initials were also common, and as time wore on, actually became the more typical mark. We’ve all watched

Color coming your way! Our dramatic duffle has a soft, round shape and an easy going, shoulder sling style. Boho patchwork and ribbons adorn the outside, and we haven’t forgotten to add plenty of handy pockets on the inside.

With a slim silhouette and two deep pockets, this pouch is the go-to accessory that can go-anywhere. We used waterproof canvas bound with fold-over elastic. Brand new to sewing? This project can add to your sewing skills.

Wide wale corduroy is such a cool fabric. Although it’s most often seen in the garment category, we knew it would also make a gorgeous tote. Our choice: a solid ice white corduroy with bright cotton for the lining and striking webbing.

Lightly padded, slim, and tufted with soft felt and floss rather than hard buttons; these floor pillows make fast and easy extra seating for family gatherings. If you’re brand new to tufting, this is a great first project.

Whimsical Tula Pink fabric and her eye-popping Tula webbing is paired with a solid faux suede for upper trim and the clever front flap that covers deep, double pockets. A lightly quilted texture keeps it fashionably fabulous.

We love the vintage vibe of this great fold-over, dual carry tote. Thicker fabric + topstitching detail work together to provide a perfect blend of softness and stability, and to show off the power and precision of Janome machines.

Detailed fussy cutting and precise stitching create an apron that is truly one of a kind. We originally used the amazing Curiouser and Curiouser collection by Tula Pink. Follow our path or choose your own favorite combo.

This cool carryall can be worn as a backpack, crossbody, or carried by hand. Study canvas combines with bright sport nylon plus faux leather for the base, tough webbing straps, and stretchy mesh. Don’t worry; the zippers are easy.

Fabric weaving plus decorative stitching-in-the-ditch packs a powerful color punch! Start with one 40-piece jelly roll bundle, and with clever seaming and slicing, end up with two different, yet completely coordinated 20” pillows.

Size, style, features, and functionality all come together in this popular, mid-size duffle. It features precision Janome sewing techniques, bold fabric, pretty piping, and dramatic decorative stitching on the straps.

Handle with care! When you’re on-the-go and need your trusty laptop or tablet by your side, it’s important to keep it protected. The panels and pockets of our device case are layered with foam to create a soft yet sturdy carrier. This folio is part of our Monogrammed Travel Trio (links are included below for
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