Earth Friendly Burlap Bag

April 15, 2019By Laura PiferDIY, Embroidery, Holiday 1 Comment

One of my favorite weekend activities to do when the weather warms up is to head to our local Farmers Market and shop for fresh produce and goodies. We love picking out fruit and vegetables for dinner that night. I, of course like to bring my handmade reusable bags like this denim one we did … Read More

Embroidered Luggage Tags

February 25, 2019By Emily ThompsonDIY, Embroidery, Projects 4 Comments

I’ve been traveling more and more lately, and I am traveling to tape more episodes of “It’s So Easy” next week. So, in honor of National Embroidery Month, I thought I would make these cute Embroidered Luggage Tags for my bags so they can look stylish AND so I pick them out on the luggage … Read More

Let’s Sew a Coat

February 22, 2019By Laura PiferApparel, DIY, Projects 5 Comments

One of my Sewing New Year Resolutions this year is to make more separates like coats and pants. I’ve sewn a couple coats before, but I really wanted a fun one to add to my wardrobe. My motto has always been “why sew boring clothes??” I had this idea I really wanted to recreate this … Read More

Part 2: A Winnie the Pooh Inspired Bib

February 11, 2019By Janice FergusonBaby, DIY, Projects 25 Comments

For generations, Disney’s Winnie the Pooh has been everyone’s favorite bear. On this little bib, he enjoys his favorite treat, “Hunny,” while your baby gobbles their favorite sweet potatoes. With THE Dream Machine or another Brother Disney machine, you can make this simple, practical item very special. A previous post detailed Pooh’s burp cloth and … Read More

Let It Snow, So I Can Sew Banner

February 4, 2019By Cindy HoganDIY, Projects, ScanNCut 1 Comment

I was playing around with my BES4 Power Pack 2 software and thought of this little saying. Yes, I could have embroidered the entire thing, but I wanted to use some of my Power Pack 2 tools for this one instead. I love playing with the different Heat Transfer Vinyl that is available. This project … Read More

Winter Beret and Scarf Combo

January 23, 2019By Laura PiferApparel, DIY 4 Comments

January is here so I am kicking off my winter sewing with some accessories to keep me warm during these chilly months. If I’m out and about, I’m usually wearing some sort of hat and scarf so I thought it would be fun to share a couple tutorials for these. I’m really loving the beret … Read More

Peekaboo Project Pouches

January 18, 2019By Mister DomesticDIY, Projects, Sewing 5 Comments

As 2019 approached, I basically had organization on the brain. On the tail end of deep dive cleaning my sewing room, I suddenly felt that I needed quilted project pouches for my WIPs (Works in Progress). And if I needed them, I’m thinking that many of y’all out there might need them too. And even … Read More

Double Mitt Pot Holder

January 14, 2019By Emily ThompsonDIY, Projects No Comments

It’s almost National Pie Day (January 23rd) and you should get ready to bake up some pies with these fun double oven mitts. I love that I can keep my hands and arms protected from the heat all with this one long potholder. Plus, you can make it with cute fabric, which always makes me … Read More

Angel in Lace Cloud

December 7, 2018By Janice FergusonDIY, Holiday, Projects 32 Comments

Angels are a common theme in needlework, legends, and philosophy. Featured here are two Christmas versions using a pieced technique. The first, an angel pillow with detailed instruction, is an open-ended pillow cover made from a linen hemstitched guest towel. Combined with heirloom lace, antique pearl buttons, and a heavenly machine embroidered angel from iBroidery.com, … Read More

Winter Time Faux-Fur Stole

December 5, 2018By Laura PiferApparel, DIY, Garment 1 Comment

Winter has arrived, and it means layering and cozy sewing projects. I love a Faux-Fur Stole to add to my looks this time of year. It can be used as elegant scarf or a glam cover up for a dress. It’s a nice accessory to add in the winter when you have special occasions that … Read More