Potholders are just one of those kitchen items that need to be replaced fairly often. They get spilled on and burned. The good news is potholders can be sewn fairly quickly and inexpensively. Especially when compared to the price of the ones at Williams and Sonoma which I love and own quite a few of.
Chalkboard art is one of my favorite types of projects to create. Last year, Pottery Barn came out with some chalkboard pillow covers that were so cute. They came back with them again this year and I just had to recreate my own version. This was a fun and easy project.
Sewing a straight line can be a little intimidating. How do you keep the fabric straight while stitching? I can be sewing along, thinking about what to make for dinner and then notice that I am no longer sewing in straight line but the fabric has somehow scooted away from where I am supposed to be […]
Stars and stripes or flag pillows are so summery. They are perfect all summer long, not just for the 4th of July. I love how everyone decorates outdoor spaces with them. I can never find them on sale so I decided to sew one instead. This sewing project was fun and quick to finish.
Stipple quilting is my favorite way to secure my quilt sandwich (quilt top, batting and backing) together. It’s fast and adds dimension to the quilted project. I wouldn’t stipple a large quilt simply because it would take a lot of time and thread. I save stippling for smaller projects like my table runner. Stippling is […]