The idea of a dresser cloth might seem a bit old-fashioned, but it not only helps protect the wood surface from hairbrush dings and perfume spills, it also lends a lovely splash of color. Ours has a very vintage vibe.
Freshen up for spring with new additions to the pillowscape on your bed or sofa. We used Fat Quarters, selecting 13 coordinating prints to blend together with simple patchwork techniques into three different pillow shapes: one square, one rectangle, and one bolster.
Yay for the cloth napkin! Our floating rick rack technique lets you to fancy-up a standard cloth napkin as a gift or just for everyday. It’s fun and easy, and you may already have everything you need on hand to whip up a stack in no time.
Create a fast, patchwork pillow using thin scraps. We dove into our stash for leftover Jelly Roll and Honey Bun strips. A variety of decorative stitching along each seam adds a dash of color and texture. Each one is different.
These pretty placemats are sweet enough to eat. The design is perfect for leftover jelly roll strips or cut your own strips from scraps. Decorative stitching ties the rows together and holds all the layers in place.
Wash your hands! Getting little ones to follow this important recommendation can be challenging. Make washing up more fun with these cute hand towels. We’ve created two adorable whale designs you can download for free.
Keep cords tidy with these quick and easy wraps. We offer two sizes: one small for things like tiny ear buds, another for larger items, like power cords. They take just teensy scraps of fabric. We used pre-cuts.
What if you could create an apron from just five fat quarters where there would be virtually no wasted fabric? The scraps from this garden party apron could fit in a garden party teacup.