Posts in Category

DIY

Unleash your inner creativity and help alleviate stress with a fun colouring project on fabric. Designs are great for use with fabric markers or paint but if you like the print in black and white, they’re perfect for crafts and clothing just as is.

Fabric Item #0647073000D Pattern Play 100% cotton 112cm / Fabric Markers / Large Poly Knit Cord Item #5012001736U

0

Here’s a quick and easy project to sew after your colouring is done!

1-min (2)2-min3-min4-min

Download printable pdf instructions here.

Fabric Flowers

Learn to make these simple fabric flowers for a fun afternoon craft. Attach them to a barrette or brooch clip or use them for decor. Easy to make with a glue gun or if you’ll be washing them, a quick hand stitch through all the layers will secure in place.
All you need are 13 circles (as shown 7cm / 3″).  Mix and match your favourite cotton craft fabrics or use all one…

As shown using item #0649 102 000D Arabella Coordinates 100% cotton 112cm as seen in a previous blog post here

1-min

With soft shades of white from crisp white to warm ivory and blush, brides can find a wide assortment of trims, ribbons and more to craft the accessories of your wedding dreams.

Bridal Header-min

Bridal 1-min

Create your own Boho Lace Sash, Glam Metallic Belt or Classic Rhinestone Sash by following these instructions.
Download PDF Instructions

DIY Bridal Belts-min

DIY Hammock

Get ready for summer with an afternoon project.

There’s no better way to spend a hot day but in a shady spot relaxing or just having an afternoon nap in an easy-to-make reversible hammock using outdoor fabric.  An afternoon is all you’ll need!

1 2 3 4 5 6


DIYHammock

DIY Block Quilt

A fun way to use Just the Basics or any collected cotton fabrics is this super easy, super fast quilt using 25cm (10″) squares.

Download printable pdf instructions here.

Feeling crafty after the holidays? Pick up some solid cushion covers and iron-on studs to create your own embellishment designs.

1Super easy to use … just remove the paper backing, place the studs on the fabric and using a pressing cloth and an iron as hot as the fabric will allow, press for 30 seconds. Press a second time on the wrong side, wait to cool and remove the clear film.

2

Great to iron-on to jeans, jackets, blouses, totes and more too!

1 6 7 8 9 10 Page 8 of 10