How cute would you and your little one look baking goodies in these Valentine’s Day aprons?! Or, if you’re like designer Sharon Madsen at WeAllSew, you can don this adorable apron and serve delicious store-bought treats instead.
Have a lot of red and pink scraps? Jen from Shabby Fabrics shows you how to create a quick and easy fabric wreath. Put this together in no time for Valentine's Day.
As soon as the new year rolls in, Valentine’s Day is right behind it. This is a fun day full of love, hearts, red, pink, and chocolate. Yes, chocolate and a nice cup of hot chocolate to start the day. Instead of using a coaster, make a cute handmade mug rug from Kymona Tracey at WeAllSew, or make one for your sweetheart.
These little Envelope Pouches from Pat Bravo at WeAllSew are adorable, sized perfectly for gifting small treasures and, with a few red scraps from your stash, they will make a wonderful Valentine’s Day gift.
They say that we were our hearts on our sleeve, but what if we could take that expression literally? Well now you can, except maybe on your table and not the sleeve, as Melissa Mortenson at WeAllSew has made this adorable Patchwork Heart Pincushion to keep all those pesky pins in place when you're making that Valentine's gift for that special someone.
As Alex, and many other quilters, have said before, it is important to always label your quilts. But who says you just have to put a label on the back? With everything going on the past few years, Amanda Leins at WeAllSew didn't have time to create a label, so she decided to put the label in the in the quilt's binding! Find out how she did it.
BERNINA has put together a goal planning worksheet to help you get organized. List your top projects to complete, techniques to learn and more to help you stay on track. Plus, you can track your sewing on a weekly basis to ensure that you spend as much quality time as you can with your machine!
Whether it's winter, allergy season, or you've just got the sniffles, it's always nice to have some tissues with you. But the problem is they are never at your fingertips when needed. Paris at WeAllSew has solved this issue with her handy Keychain Tissue Holder. Just clip away and be ready for when those sneezes, watery eyes, or runny noses hit you.
Quilted jackets are everywhere nowadays, so to get more for your money, why not make a reversible jacket? Sarah Joiner at WeAllSew has tips and tricks for sewing a reversible quilted jacket including ideas about pattern selection, finishing, and enclosures. It's definitely a fashionable "twofer".
With the temperatures dropping around the country, it just might be the time to sew a hand muff. Anything that can keep you warm and happy during this time of possible -50 degree weather, is always a bonus.
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.
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.
Are you putting up your holiday lights and making sugar cookies? Well, it's also time to start your holiday sewing projects, like this cute garland from Pat Bravo at WeAllSew. Hang it on your mantle, your bed frame, and of course, your tree!
Now that the holiday of thanks is over, it is time for the holiday of giving. And while it's a little early to give out presents, why not start decorating your quilt with some. And so, Lori Kennedy at WeAllSew has a fun technique for Free-Motion Quilting Pretty Packages in the border, or wherever, of your next holiday quilt.
These Sashiko-inspired Hanukkah Projects from Leni Levenson Wiener at WeAllSew are perfect for celebrating the Festival of Lights. Learn how to create a bookmark, pillow, coaster and more!
"If you are looking for an idea for a quick and easy gift for that special friend, Sandy Fitzpatrick of Hissyfitz Designs has you covered with her Make it Merry Holiday Coasters!" - WeAllSew
What is a great gift for someone and takes just a small part of your day to make? A Quilty Holiday Ornament! Art Gallery Fabrics over at WeAllSew has some fun designs for you to make, personalize as your own, and hand out to your friends and family. They would make great party favors for everyone to take home after Thanksgiving dinner.
What's great to give as a present, but also a thoughtful way to present a present? That would be a lovely Fabric Mini Basket. Minki Kim, over at WeAllSew, has a simple and easy pattern for you to make. Then once it's done, all you have to do is enjoy the smile on friend or family member's face when you present the present.
When it comes time for Thanksgiving some people have ten, twenty, maybe even thirty family members over for dinner, and when there are that many people there it can be hard to remember everyone's names (even if they are your family members). But Pat Bravo at WeAllSew has a quick and easy project to create Thanksgiving Nametags so that everyone can have a good time and know each other too!