So excited to have Deb here today from Sprouting JubeJube. Deb has been sewing for most of her life and creates the most beautiful clothing for her children. She also makes the cutest elves at Christmas time, much cuter than those (somewhat) creepy Elfs on the Shelf! Deb is also one half of the pattern designing duo behind Audrey & Tiffany. Today she is sharing a fabric basket tutorial which I am able to offer free on my blog for a limited time! These will be perfect to give instead of using those dollar store bags to wrap your gifts in, or use them to store your upcoming sewing project!
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Hi, I’m Deb of Sprouting JubeJube, and today I have this cute little fabric basket that you can download for FREE for a limited time.
Continue reading “Guest Post: Sprouting JubeJube Fabric Basket tutorial”
I’m bringing home another post i did for FleeceFun.com last year.
Felt pumpkin finger puppet tutorial!
Continue reading “Tutorial: Halloween Finger Puppet”
I shared my first version of this project, which was fall inspired, last year on FleeceFun.com and a second Canadian inspired version on Patchwork Posse this past June. I’m finally posting the Maple Leaf Mug Rug tutorial on my own blog here! I’m reposting the original here, if you want to make a Canadian flag inspired one see the link above to Patchwork Posse. Continue reading “Tutorial: Maple Leaf Mug Rug”
Here’s a tutorial for a cute little felt penguin toy or ornament perfect for Christmas (or just for winter fun)
Finished measurements: Each penguin is roughly 3″ tall so they don’t take much in the way of supplies.
Continue reading “Felt Penguin Ornament (or softie) Tutorial”
I’m over at FleeceFun.com today sharing a tutorial for Felt Pumpkin Finger Puppets!
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Supplies (to make one felt finger puppet):
The template, which you can download for free here (affiliate link), (in my Craftsy pattern ‘store’) or draw your own pumpkin shape (also included in the download is a ghost shape template).
1 sheet of orange felt
Scrap pieces of dark green and black felt
Fabric glue (I used Fabri-tac)
and your sewing machine (or thread and needle)
Go here to see the rest of the tutorial!