Tag: Tutorials

Sashiko Zipper Pouch | A Tutorial

This pouch all started when I found some Sashiko templates and realized they were nearly the right size for my rainbow zipper pouch pattern. I quickly got to work making not one, not two, but 5 pouches! When I get excited about something I go all in! And while you can access the original rainbow zipper pouch tutorial and probably figure out how to modify it for the sashiko templates (which yields a pouch aContinue reading

Zippered Throw Pillows in 3 Sizes| A Tutorial

I’m obsessed with making throw pillows! I think once you start making them you’ll be obsessed too. They make great gifts and really can finish a room like nothing else can. A couple things to note before starting: My tutorial is for a pillow that’s quilted on BOTH sides, making it the most luxurious feeling pillow ever. Seriously, try it! No one should be afraid of zippers, they’re great, I promise! I’ll hold your handContinue reading

The Every Adventure Tote | A Tutorial

This tutorial is for personal use only. Items created with this tutorial are not to be made & sold. Thank you! If you’re ever at my house for dinner and request a recipe, be prepared for me to photocopy the recipe, make many crossings out and revisions, and then hand it over to you looking like a completely different recipe. What does this have to do with today’s post, you might ask? Well, for years,Continue reading

Rainbow Pouch | A Tutorial

I’ve fallen hard for zipper pouches! They’re a quick project with so many customizable opportunities. Today, I’m bringing you a fun hand-quilted zipper pouch tutorial! Fully lined, no raw seams, and hand-quilted details makes this a project you’ll want to make over and over again. A couple of things to note before we begin: This tutorial uses faux leather (vinyl). Any time a hole is punched into vinyl (like with a needle, for example), the hole isContinue reading

Hang a Quilt (without sleeves, dowels, or nails) | A Tutorial

This post contains affiliate links. This means, that at no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission if you choose to click through and make a purchase. Today’s tutorial is the brainchild of my husband Jason. Let’s all partake in a moment of silence for spouses who want quilts displayed on the walls of their houses. The benefit of hanging quilts this method is that the quilts are easy to change. Swap them outContinue reading