Judy has created a fun #diy cupcake topper for everyone to make this Labor day! Supplies Deco Magic or Stitch N Shape scraps Novelty fabric (washed & dried) Cupcakes or Cookies Iron Scissors Instructions Choose a Novelty fabric and rough cut around the design. Do not trim close to design yet. Fuse fabric to Deco Magic or Stitch N Shape, only 1 layer needed unless you do a oversized topper! Cut our design, and put on cupcake or cookies. You could also make larger toppers and p
Have you ever had the opportunity to make something with love? How about making it with the people you love? Here's a fun story and #diy on making a quilt for Hope's nephew with love. "I just spent a wonderful week at home on a “stay-cation” with my family. My husband’s brother and his family were visiting from PA. During dinner my sister-in-law mentioned she wanted to make her first quilt for Nathan, my nephew, who would hopefully be returning to college for his second year.
Here is yet another #diy just for you! It is BBQ/Picnic week and we are so excited to share this with you! Clarissa made this amazing project for you! Download the printable instructions below: SUPPLIES: • 3 1/8 yards of 44” wide burlap - when they cut it make sure they pull a thread to get the grain straight • Four 21 ½ to 22” bandannas • Spool of Quilters Select® Invisible thread • Roll of 1” wide Wet N Gone® Tacky tape • Roll of ½” wide Quilters Select Appli-Stick Tape • S
Here is a fun #diy upcycled t-shirt that is easy to make and has a fun tutorial! 1. First things, get an old t-shirt! 2. Next, you'll need some old scrap fabric to decorate it with. We decorated for the fourth of July of course! 3. Now, you need Embellish Fullproof Repositionable Webbing for the back of the stars. 4. You need an iron and some starch! ( we used Mary Ellen's Best Press ) 5. Stitch at the end if you want to! Here's the tutorial below! Below is your free SVG to m
Need a Fourth of July #diy project that's perfect for your backyard festivities? Here you go! We invited the Combat Quilter, Andrew Lee, to make us a #diy project for the books. Well, he provided it! If you love quilting, or easy sewing projects, this is for you! Here's What You'll Need: 2- Red Jelly roll strips (2 ½” x 42”) 2- White Jelly roll strips (2 ½” x 42”) 2- Blue Jelly roll strips (2 ½” x 42”) Border 2- Cream Jelly roll strips (2 ½” x 42”) Binding 1-backing fabric 20