If you love to make stuff, chances are you have a lot of gear. Maybe it’s crochet hooks. Maybe paintbrushes. Maybe screwdrivers or art pencils or leather tooling stamps. Whatever your craft, you can keep your gadgets safe and organized with a custom roll up case. Click HERE to learn how to make it!
Men’s formal wear can be a bit of a snooze-fest, but it hasn’t always been that way. During the 1700s, fashion-forward dudes wore vivid colors, lots of embroidery, elaborate hair pieces, and even high heels. That’s a far cry from the basic black of the modern tailored suit. Now, I’m not lining up for lacy cuffs or powdered wigs any time soon, but I do like to add a little personality to my outfit with a custom bow tie. Click HERE to learn how it’ done!
Cutting down on waste is one of the best ways to take care of Mother Earth, so I love working on reusable projects. My Double-Pull Drawstring Bag is a great substitute for throw-away bags, and it’s a cinch to make. In the tutorial, I’ll walk you through how to create this highly customizable bag, with French seams and casings! Use it as a super-durable shopping bag, a gift bag, or a travel toiletry kit. Organize small toys, sewing supplies, or electronic accessories. The possibilities are endless! Click HERE to watch the vid, and if you think of a clever use for this bag, let meRead More →
A sewing machine is an remarkably versatile tool – don’t limit yourself to basic, flat projects! My fabric bowl is like a 3-dimensional sculpture, and construction is simple with fabric scraps, cording, and a classic zigzag stitch. It looks great, is super useful, and makes a fantastic gift. Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
The holidays are fast approaching; time to prep for some good eats! You can make a great meal even more festive with Rob’s new Circular Napkins – we’ll even show you how to fold ’em up to like little Christmas trees! Get the Free Printable for this project HERE. Click on the image to watch the tutorial for this quick project that will make a big impact on your holiday table!
Do you love your mummy? Halloween is creeping closer every day. Kick your decor into high-gear with a cool mummy throw pillow! This simple little project was designed by our good friend Amy Barickman of Indygo Junction, and it’s made with her awesome Crossroads Denim fabric. (Now that you’ve got Halloween on the brain, check out Rob’s other spooky projects: The Glow in the Dark Sugar Skull and The Glow in the Dark Pillowcase/Trick-or-Treat Bag. Happy Halloween!)
In yesterday’s Periscope we had a little fun and did a Christmas craft! What’s more fun than creating reindeer using objects you can pick up on the side of the road? Check out the fun scope here: