It's February on Wednesday, which means we're just two weeks shy of Valentine's Day. That's plenty of time to make this Modern Love Mini Quilt from Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew. "This mini wall hanging has a retro vibe with an 8-bit graphic lettering style, inspired by Robert Indiana’s famous “LOVE” sculptures." Make it for someone you love, yourself, or as decoration for that party you're going to throw. Whatever the occasion, we just know you'll "LOVE" it when it's done.
Cherry Guidry of Cherry Blossoms and WeAllSew is sharing a sweet Hugs and Kisses Mini Quilt tutorial for Valentine’s day. This little quilt is easy and fun, and you just need a few scraps in shades of pink and red, one or two white backgrounds, and your favorite sewing machine! So gather your supplies and make something pretty for the 14th (which will be here sooner than you think)!
Do you know what Big Stitch Binding Is? Even if you do, there's no harm in a refresher course. Gina Halladay at WeAllSew has a great tutorial for you on how to do Big Stitch Binding, which will add "a unique, functional, and decorative stitch to finish your quilt and attach your binding simultaneously."
How you bind a quilt is up to the quilter who quilts it. But there are so many different ways to do it that it can be its own adventure to try and bind one in a new and fun way. Julie Bridgeman at WeAllSew has such a way, as she will show you how to bind with ruffles. Learn a new method to bind your quilt and add another tool to your toolbelt in the process.
Sometimes it's hard to get a child something you know they will truly love. So why not make something that you can personalize just for them? Emily Hall at WeAllSew is here to show you how to make a Felt Crown for that little one in your life so that they can become King or Queen for a day (or longer)!
With the weather getting colder the deeper we get into winter, the more you will be in need of something to bundle up and get warm with. Julie Bridgeman at WeAllShow has got you covered (literally) as she has a fun and easy way to sew together a Cuddle® Throw Blanket to get you through those blistery months ahead.
Minki Kim from Minki’s Work Table at WeAllSew is sharing her simple and easy Patchwork Heart Pillow. It would be a perfect project to dress up your home or surprise your loved ones for Valentine’s Day.
Just because Christmas is over doesn't mean it stops getting cold. You'll still need to be bundled up for the next few months or so, and Emily Hall at WeAllSew has a quick and easy tutorial to show you how to sew a Hand Muff to those hands of yours nice and toasty (in addition to the big heavy coat, hat, and snow pants your wearing to also keep warm).
Want to add some last-minute Holiday touch-ups to your decorations before company arrives? Well, you're in luck, because Khara Plicanic at WeAllSew has a fun Holiday Machine Embroidery Design that you can whip up in 20 minutes to add that "festive touch to a gift bag, towel, wall hanging, stocking, or anything else you can manage to hoop."
With the Fall Holidays coming to end, Christmas will be here sooner than you think. But don't fret, as the folks over at WeAllSew have got you covered in the gift department. Here are a few of their Quick Gifts to Stitch, including a Holiday Cosmetics Pouch, a Scissors Case, a Quilted Wallet and so much more that will make great stocking stuffers for all your friends.
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!
Fall is in the air, and that means it's time to bring out those Autumn inspired decorations to celebrate the season and Thanksgiving in the next couple of weeks. To help, Heather Stadelman at WeAllSew has an easy-to-make Autumn Wall Hanging to make any wall in your home more festive (and to get that falling leaves look without having to rake any of them up after).
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.
Halloween is tomorrow. You're all prepared, you've got your costume, you know which houses you're going to visit, but what are you going to carry your candy in? If you want to have something a little more stylish than a pillowcase, and you've got about ten minutes to spare, you can make this Eye On You Halloween Treat Bag from Khara Plicanic at WeAllSew. Not only will you be the envy of your friends, but you'll have something to keep an "eye" on your candy too!
There's still time before Halloween to make this fun-loving Under Wraps - Mummy Pillow by Stacy Schlyer from WeAllSew (or just learn how to make a slipcover). We particularly love the glow-in-the-dark eyes...
While the summer season is over, nothing says you can't stylish year-round. And what better way to do that than with a cool and stylish Bucket Hat? Marcia Spencer at WeAllSew has a fun and easy tutorial to make your very own bucket hat. You can choose the fabric you want to fit your taste and you'll be able to finish it in just over an hour.
Melissa Mortenson of the Polka Dot Chair and WeAllSew has created this adorable Cat Pillow for Halloween, but we think you could make it for any cat all year round. In the tutorial, Melissa shows you how to do the wool appliqué and how to create custom piping to make the cat your own.
Who says you can only decorate your house for different holidays and seasons? Why not coordinate your outfits and accessories as well? That's just what Pat Bravo at WeAllSew is suggesting you do with this fun and easy-to-make Autumn Flannel Tote Bage. Not only will you have a great new bag to carry your things once you're done, but you'll also be stylish while carrying it out and about.
What is a great and easy-to-make gift that you can have done in no time? A lovely Heirloom-Inspired Hair Bow, and Emily Hall at WeAllSew has a simple and quick tutorial for you on how to make it!
Whenever we get a new tool, device, or gizmo, it always takes some time to learn how to use it. The same can be said with any sewing machine tool, especially if it's a brand new foot that you're unfamiliar with. Teri Lucas at WeAllSew is going to help you become familiar with one such foot, the BERNINA Patchwork Foot 97D, as she shows you her top nine tips on how to use it.