Count down the days until Easter Sunday 2017 with 30 free Easter and spring craft tutorials and Easter recipes. Continue reading Easter Countdown 2017 – 30 Easter Craft Tutorials And Recipes
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make romantic lace candle holders. This DIY tealight candle holder is great to use up small pieces of lace. And it’s very easy to make, even for a sewing beginner. Continue reading DIY Lace Candle Holder – Tutorial
I wanted to make a game with rocks for a long time! So this Christmas I sewed a fabric pachisi board using river rocks as game pieces. Sewing a pachisi board is very easy and a great way to use up fabric scraps. Continue reading DIY Fabric Pachisi Game Board With Rocks
Refashion a tee with lace! If there’s a too small or boring T-shirt lurking at the back of your wardrobe, add some lace at the sides to upcycle your old, ill-fitting shirt into a beautiful new piece! 😀 Continue reading DIY Lace T-Shirt Refashion Tutorial
I’m excited to announce that I’ll host an Advent Calendar on my blog.
Count down the days until Christmas with my Advent Calendar. Each day from December 1 to December 24, a new Christmas craft tutorial, a Christmas recipe, or a Christmas sewing tutorial awaits you on my blog. Continue reading Advent Calendar 2016 – 24 Christmas Craft Tutorials For You!
The old jeans was given to me to make something with it. I needed capri jeans, so I thought I’d refashion the jeans into capri pants. Continue reading Jeans to Capri – Refashion
In this tutorial I’ll show you how I mended an old ripped jeans in the crotch area. Continue reading How To Mend Your Jeans (In The Crotch Area)
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make Bermuda fagoting. Bermuda fagoting is a lacelike stitch which resembles hemstitching. The fabric is pierced with a coarse needle without removing any threads as in hemstitching: therefore it can be worked on curved lines, and it’s easy and fast to make.
Bermuda fagoting was often used in the Edwardian era Continue reading Edwardian Bermuda Fagoting – Tutorial
In the 1920s, the hem of sheer and lightweight dresses were often finished with a picot hem. But unless you’re lucky and own an antique hemstitching machine, you’ll need an alternative. So, in this tutorial, I’ll show you how to sew an imitation 1920s picot hem. Continue reading 1920s Imitation Picot Hem – Tutorial
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to sew an Edwardian or 1920s style powder puff. Continue reading How To Sew A Vintage Powder Puff