WeAllSew Tutorial: How To Make A Portable Playing Card Mat

Want somewhere to play your card games AND store your cards too? Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has got just the thing for you. She's created a quilted Portable Playing Card Mat with a secret pocket to store your cards that's "big enough to lay on a cafe table or park bench to play a full game of solitaire (or any other game if you’re playing with friends)." Make your own and get in on the fun!

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WeAllSew Tutorial: DIY Fall Leaf Décor

Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has a great way for using up your fall-colored fabric scraps. Using your sewing machine and a few other craft supplies, you can make a bunch of fall leaves to decorate your home. Follow along with this tutorial to make a fall leaf garland, trivet, and table runner.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Fabric Pint-Sized Basket

We all have big storage containers for our many irons, quilting mats, and other ephemera, but what do you have to hold your little everyday knick-knacks on your quilting table that you need at a moment's notice? Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has an easy tutorial for you to make Pint-Sized Baskets made from fabric so you won't have trouble finding those trinkets ever again!

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WeAllSew Tutorial: How to Sew Easter Ornaments

If you're not in the mood to make an Easter Basket or an Easter Bunny Mini Quilt for Easter, how about some Easter OrnamentsErika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has some instructions to make these fun and out of the box decorations that will surely bring a smile to your face!

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WeAllSew Tutorial: How To Make Mini Patchwork Ornaments, Part 2

We recently featured the first part of Erika Mulvenna's tutorial on how to make Mini Patchwork Ornaments from WeAllSew, and now it's time for Part Two! Get the scoop on how to finish up your ornaments that are sure to spread that holiday cheer.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: How To Make Mini Patchwork Ornaments - Part 1

What's better than a gift from a store for the holidays? How about a handmade gift made with love and a personal touch! Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has a new tutorial to show you how to make Mini Patchwork Ornaments that any friend or family member would love. And stay tuned, part two of this tutorial is right around the corner.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Kennel Quilt

Want to make a great gift for that furry companion in your life? Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has an easy tutorial for you to help you make a Kennel Quilt for that dog, cat, or little fluff ball of yours' carrier or kennel. Time for them to be just as snuggled as you are with your quilts!

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Spooky Halloween Bat

You've made quilts with bat designs on them for Halloween, but have you ever actually made a bat? Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has a fun tutorial for you to make your very own Spooky Halloween Bat that you can use to decorate your house for the ghostly season (and to leave up afterwards if you just want surprise people too!)

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Sugar Skull Mug Rug

With October only a few days away, there's no better time to get a head start on your Halloween directions. For starters, how about a Sugar Skull Mug Rug from Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew. It's a great project "to celebrate Halloween, Dia de los Muertos, or any day you are feeling a little spooky."

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Color Wheel Pincushion

"Make a fun little color wheel pincushion to brighten up your sewing space with this free paper pieced pattern and tutorial. Customize your color wheel colors to remind you of your favorite color system, or create your very own personal color wheel."

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WeAllSew Tutorial: How to Create Surface Design with Stitches

Learn the ins and outs of surface design with stitches with this great tutorial from Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Tips For Free-Motion Couching With Cords

Learn some great tips from Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew about how to do free-motion couching with cords.

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