Plaid Flannel Quilt - Pink Polka Dot Creations
My daughter made this Plaid Flannel Quilt for a Christmas Gift! She saw something on Pinterest that she liked and just decided to copy the idea. We did not have a pattern, but it is just squares pieced together. A quilt like this is perfect for camping, picnics, ballgames or just being outside! The … Continue reading Plaid Flannel Quilt →
Make your own Reusable Face Pads
Sustainability matters. These Reusable Face Pads are one way of being more mindful about our choices. And they are so easy and quick to make, you can whip up a whole bunch in no time!
Making zero waste pouches with fabric remnants — kaliko
Scrap pouches made with leftover fabric. My zero waste line is growing 🌱 Do you have any other nice ideas for what I could make with my fabric scraps? I have quite a stack of them and two very talented sewists who can help me turn them into something lovely. . I’m logging out for a prolonged weeken
FREE DOWNLOAD: DIY tassel bookmarks - Think.Make.Share.
DIY tassel bookmarks are easy to make: Just download the free printable design and add your own tassels. Celebrate National Booklovers Day with us August 9.
Upcycled Denim Feathers
Upcycled Denim Feathers: Denim feathers! Aren't these fantastic? They're really fun to make, can be used in a zillion different ways, and are a great way upcycle old denim jeans or jackets. Let's get making!
10 Fun DIY Bookmarks for you to make. - Crafty Dutch Girl
These bookmarks are so fun to make. Try all these 10 bookmarks for your own use or give as a fun gift! Use different materials you probably already have.
Reusable Swiffer Duster Cloths Tutorial - Sew Much Ado
Make reusable Swiffer duster cloths with this easy tutorial! No more need to buy expensive refills - you'll love this DIY cloth duster!
5 Fabric Scrap Projects to Shrink Your Stash - Cloth Paper Scissors
From little bits amazing fabric scrap projects are born. Dig into your stash and make something with these fun project ideas!
54 Façons Incroyables de Réutiliser Ses Vieux Jeans.
Vous avez de vieux jeans démodés dans vos placards ?Et vous ne savez pas quoi en faire ? Vu le prix qu'ils coûtent, on hésite toujours à s'en débarrasser... Et si on leur donnait une seconde vie ? Car le tissu du jean, le denim, est super résistant, tout doux et a un look décontracté. On peut donc l'utiliser pour des tas de projets DIY super sympas et faciles à faire. En plus, pas besoin d'être un expert en couture ! Voic