Tuesday, March 31, 2009
it is just the sweetest be sure to stop by her blog!!
here are some absolutely fantastic tutorials.
The first are from Lettie of polkadotpineapple
How To Make T-Shirt Yarn
Tutorial--Joining Fabric Yo-Yo's in Quilt Making
Handy Dandy Pincushion
Folded Fabric Hexagon Yo-Yo
Attaching a Fabric Yo-Yo By Sewing Machine
Sweetheart Suzy' Flower Pin
Fancy Facial Tissue Pocket
Heart To Heart Valentine Tufted Pin
Pretty Posie Pushpins
Ruffled Flower Money Bouquet
Here is another wonderful tutorial from Sew Mamasew
Today’s Pincushion Organizer Project
several really cool tutorials,... One Hour Craft,Crafting for the Imagination-Rich but Time-Poor
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Matryoshka Doll Pattern
Maize Hutton has created a cute Matryoshka pattern in felt
Lauren of http://goodygoody.typepad.com
Created this sweet doll as a free pattern for us all..Thank You Lauren so much..ALL your patterns are just the sweetest!!
Go here to receieve Lauren's Matyroshka Doll pattern
Labels: free pincushion patterns
Friday, March 27, 2009
Lots Free PinKeep patterns
Had to share this wonderful find. My friend Carla Finley of http://carlafinley.blogspot.com
had posted to a pincushion group this great site for free pinkeep patterns..Always a great gift to add along with a doll or apron or a swap your in.Or just fun to make and fun to give check thease out and Thanks bunches Carla.
Monday, March 16, 2009
wow and double wow Fact Cat Patterns has them and their free!!
Fat Cat Patterns says:You have stumbled upon the jumbled up assortment of my quilting doodling. Each of the pictures on this site will link you to the PDF file for that appliqué pattern. The patterns are free. Just open the file and save it to your computer. My designs are simple and best suited for fusible machine appliqué. Need help with a special project? I cannot promise but I can always try, feel
You must visit!!! I use the Appliqués for my Aprons and dolls
well the use of them is high as the sky!
Labels: free pincushion patterns
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
her new 3rd block is out and ready for down load!!
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Here is a free tutorial and Blue Bird weekly pattern (Free)
Here’s the latest embroidery pattern set I’ve chosen for the next vintage series to share, charming bluebirds–how nice to have ready for Spring! The birds are mainly worked in cross stitch. I believe this set is at least 60 years old (1940’s). There are seven different patterns for tea towels, one for each day of the week. This style of pattern is known as “Days Of The Week” or “DOW” dishtowel patterns but many used the designs for other things as well. http://tipnut.com/bluebird-embroidery/
On Feeling Stitchy, Shebrews shows you ideas on embroidering cutter quilts. The term "cutter quilt" is for a piece or section of vintage quilt that's still in great shape and can be used for a craft project. This piece above turns into a journal cover.
She also has several other wonderful tutorials
- All About Needles
- Drawer Sachets
- Embroider Children's Art
- Embroidered Buttons
- Embroidery on Felt
- Fabric Thumbtacks
- Felt Barrettes
- Finding Inspiration
- French Knots
- Lacing Cards
- Separate Your Floss
- Toadstool Tutorial
- Transfer Pencils
- Wax Paper Stabilizer
- Working With Felt