Starting today, I'll be selling slightly off-color kit fabric for half price.If you're a fan of neons or trippy color combinations, get ready to be in heaven. And if you're not, all you have to do is stitch over the lines and you'll never know it was misprinted.
I am so in love with this cactus design! The little needles are just too cute. And the magenta! Talk about a color that pops. I'm beginning to think this blooming cactus is my spirit plant. We're both bold and beautiful, but still snarkily sharp. Also, please don't hug us without asking.
At just 5" wide, this cactus kit is a small way to brighten your home and usher in some springtime vibes.
Spring is coming soon but there's still a few more weeks of "blanket sewing" left. In case you didn't know, "blanket sewing" is when you curl up on the couch with blankets and sew. (Or blankets and a cat if you're an advanced blanket sewer.)
To help you get in one last stitching project, I'm having a mini sale on my iron-ons. From now through the month of March, grab either the Botanical pack or the Nautical pack for just $5. Each pack comes with a jam-packed, 12" x 17" sheet of patterns.
So start dreaming of all the beautiful things you'll decorate with these designs and snag your iron-on pack.
We're getting crafty today! Today I'm walking you through an easy tutorial to turn a finished embroidery into an embellished tote bag. For this project, you'll need: Finished, 8" embroidery 4 panels - 16" x 13 1/2" (I used a nice linen fabric by Robert Kaufman for both the panels and the straps. You'll need roughly 1 yard for this project.) 4 straps - 34" x 1 3/4" Stitching on the embroidery. The very first step to making your own embroidered tote bag is probably the hardest because it involves cutting up your embroidery. I know, it's scary, but it'll be...