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Invite Spring into your wardrobe with this beautifully fun infinity scarf. Mix and match your fabric and trim choices to co-ordinate colours or make a bold statement!

Floral Fabric: Item# 3704355 Elaina Cotton Voile | 100% Cotton | 137cm width

Yellow Fabric: Item# 3351388 Miley Cotton Dot | 100% Cotton | 147cm width

Trim: 13mm (1/2″) Cotton Trim | Item# 5949105

Download printable instructions here.

 

It doesn’t get much cuter than this Bunny Bag project! A simple DIY that will make everyone happy … especially those who receive them full of treats! Get a head start on Easter crafts with this simple project.

Download the printable pattern here and the step-by-step instructions here.

Make an adorable foldover bag to store everything you need.  Use pretty decor canvas with a velvet lining for your makeup and/or jewelry OR pick fun cotton prints to organize pens and pencils or all your charging cords when travelling.

 

Fabrics used:
Item# 0973472 Durmas (part of our “Sweet Dreams” collection) | 100% cotton | 140cm
Item# 0906200 Luxe Velvet | 100% polyester | 145cm

 

Download the printable instructions here.

 

See how quick and easy it is to start knitting a scarf…with only your arms!

Now that you’ve seen the basics, look below for instructions to create one of your own! Fun and simple projects for any skill level.

Download the PDF instructions here.

Make a quick, last minute DIY greeting card for a holiday party host, a neighbour or that special someone.  It’s a simple no-sew project that the kids can help with … perfect for your new favourite holiday fabric.

Featured Fabric: Christmas Elegance (#0111345 | 100% cotton | Width 112cm)

What you need:

  • Blank card/envelope set or cardstock
  • Fabric of your choice
  • Silhouette image
  • Iron
  • Scissors
  • HeatnBond Ultrahold (Item#3041600F)
  • Optional: Trim, sequins, ribbon & glue

For this project we are creating a greeting card, but the same steps can be used to create gift tags or jazz up a plain gift bag.

What you do:

Download tree silhouette image here.

Pre-heat dry iron to silk setting. Cut your material and section of HeatnBond to match the size of your silhouette image.

Place HeatnBond Ultrahold paper side up on wrong side of material. Glide iron across paper side of HeatnBond Ultrahold lightly for 1-2 seconds. Allow material to cool. Trace the silhouette image onto the paper side of the HeatnBond Ultrahold and cutout.

Peel off paper backing. Adhesive should appear milky in colour. Note: shiny clear adhesive is a sign of overheating which will cause an insufficient bond, at which point you’ll need to reapply HeatnBond Ultrahold.

Place material right side up in desired position on card and iron for 4-6 seconds (Note: adjust ironing time for heavier materials/using several layers).  Remove any adhesive from your warm iron easily with a dry cloth.

Once cooled, now it’s time to add flare to your card. Get creative with ribbon, trim, sequins or fabric embellishments!

Download instructions PDF here.

 

Dress your tree and deck the halls with these cute knitted ornaments. They also make great last minute gifts!

Featured Yarn:

  • Dynasty Cake Twist in 002 Over the Rainbow (6900028002U).

Download project instructions here.

It’s the season for velvet! Burnout, sparkle, crushed and so much more are luxurious choices for this pretty DIY Fringed Scarf.  Pick all your favourites of this trendy fabric and make fancy gifts for someone special…like yourself!

Featured items:

  • 5109006 Chainette Fringe
  • 3136400 Burnout Velvet
  • 3387500 Crushed Velvet
  • 3387158 Solid Velvet

Download printable instructions here.

Keep your outfit fresh with this simple reversible apron. Easy-to-sew using cotton craft prints or lightweight canvas … the combinations are endless. A great gift for cooks and gardeners too!

Featured Fabrics:

  • #0952111 Christmas Story | 100% cotton | 140cm
  • #0650318 Dots n Stripes | 100% cotton | 112cm

Visit our blog post from last week to see the full festive Christmas Story group of fabric.

Download instructions here.

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