Need a quick gift? Or just want something new and fun to keep you warm? Make a back-to-back throw in under an hour using cozy, fuzzy chenille.
It’s super simple with a lot of pins! You need 1.3m of both the chenille fur for the face and the micro chenille for the back. Trim selvedges and straighten both edges of the micro chenille to have a 1.25×1.5cm (50×60″) rectangle. Lay the micro chenille over top of the fur chenille with right sides together and pin every 7cm (3″). Trim the chenille fur to match the micro chenille. Stitch 1.25cm (.5″) around the entire throw leaving a 15cm (6″) opening. Remove pins, turn right side out and hand or machine stitch the opening closed. That’s it!
It’s that most wonderful time of year for festive cotton craft prints. From elegant poinsettias to friendly snowmen and winter scenes, a wide selection of new looks are available now for quilts, crafts, apparel and your home decor.
Item 0111345 | 100% cotton | 112cm
Item 0111704 | 100% cotton | 112cm
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Pick your favourites and make this Quilted Table Runner to cherish for holidays to come.
Fall is just around the corner which means cooler weather isn’t far behind. Fleece is the ultimate fabric for cozy fashion, like our DIY Fringed Poncho. Feel Canada proud and show off your reds with a variety of leafy designs. Select your favourite and get creative with trim and toggles!
Enjoy a classic Houndstooth design in a variety of colours.
Are you an animal print lover? We’ve got your covered with a selection of prints and colours!
Don’t forget the kids … Bright colours, cute designs and so much cozy fun!
Let imaginations run wild with these cute felt Deer, Fox and Raccoon mask patterns.
Gather the materials you will need for this project.
Cut out all the shapes from the pattern. Pin your paper outlines to the appropriate colour felt and cut around.
Layer and glue the pieces of felt on top of one another. Using the picture reference as a guide.
To tie the mask, you will need to measure out approximately two 15” pieces of ribbon. Glue each piece (on the back side) near the edge of the mask, around where the middle of the eye cut outs are. Once all your glue has dried, try your new felt mask on! If the ribbon is too long after tying a bow, cut off any excess.
Featured fabric for this project is from the Happy Camper group. Check out all the sweetness here.
As an alternate option, use a fluffy & plush material such Berber Chenille for a cozy quilt perfect for cuddling down. Quilt Basting Spray is a helpful product to hold quilt layers together prior to final stitches. Check out this informational video for this great product.
Download printable PDF of project instructions here.
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Whether you’re off to the beach, the next soccer game or a picnic in the park, this Blanket Strap is a handy take-along for your blanket or towel. You could also use this as a stylish carry-all for your yoga mat! Make your own or as a gift and involve the kids in this simple project.