Make these cute little cottage style key fobs in just a few short hours. They are so much fun to make that it is hard to stop at just one! Losing your keys is not much fun, so why not make some simple key fobs so that your keys will always be quick and easy… Continue reading Cute Key Fob PDF Pattern
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Here are some tips for how to use fusible webbing for raw edge Applique. Fusible webbing is a product that fuses two pieces of fabric together using the heat from an iron. Fusible webbing has a paper (smooth) side and an adhesive (rough) side. Always transfer your design onto the paper side of the webbing.… Continue reading Tips for Fusible Applique
Here are my tips for how to baste a quilt before hand quilting. Choose a thin batting, I prefer cotton. Choose a thin good quality cotton backing fabric, the thinner the backing fabric the easier it will be to hand quilt. Iron your backing fabric, if you joined pieces to fit, press the seams open Tape… Continue reading Tips for Basting a Quilt before Hand Quilting
In sewing, a template is a shape usually supplied in a pattern from which the parts of a project are traced, or pinned onto fabric before being cut out and assembled. Templates are made of paper, and are sometimes made of sturdier materials like paperboard, cardboard, or plastic if they need to be more robust… Continue reading What is a sewing template?
A fat quarter of fabric is a pre-cut, cotton fabric section measuring approximately 18” x 22” (46cm x 56cm). A quarter cut yard of fabric cut from a bolt of fabric would measure 44” x 9”. The difference is that the fat quarter is half as wide as the quarter cut, however twice as long.… Continue reading What is a fat quarter of fabric?