Ordinary is fine. Plain vanilla ice cream. Chips without salsa. (An arm with no tattoos.) They’re all just fine…
So when you pick up a new composition notebook, you can totally leave the cover alone. It’s fine. It’s “good enough.” It does the job. But…it’s also pretty darn “blah.”
Spice up that plain ole notebook with a custom fabric book cover made out of 10 inch squares of precut fabric (aka layer cakes). It’s a quick and easy sewing project with tons of personality. Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
Picture this: It’s spaghetti night and you’re wearing your favorite white polo. Or maybe you’re cruising down the road with a juicy hamburger in one hand (extra mustard, of course). Let’s face it: you need an bib.
Rob’s Body Bib is a big, full-coverage adult bib that doesn’t need to be tied. The shoulders are weighted with Poly-Pellets, so it just rests in place – no fuss, no MESS!
So go ahead, eat that big ole bowl of chili from the comfort of your favorite recliner. Say yes to tacos and spicy chicken wings and jelly-filled donuts. Life’s short; click HERE to learn how to keep it clean with this awesomely manly bib!
When was the very first quilt made? We don’t know for sure, but evidence suggests quilt-making actually predates the invention of the wheel!
In 1903, archaeologists in Egypt discovered a 5,500-year-old statue of a pharaoh wearing a quilted cloak. It’s a cool, geometric pattern and it even has a scalloped border. We’d love to travel back in time and check out the fabric choices!
This week Rob is working on an easy pyramid quilt. It’s made with strip sets of brilliant color, and it comes together like a snap. Click HERE to watch the tutorial.
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.
Today’s new tutorial is the perfect way to start the week! Today I’m showing you a personal favorite of mine, it’s a technique called Free Piecing that my friend, Jean Wells showed me. I loved it so much that I wanted to show you my spin on it! I hope you love it as much as I do! Click HERE to watch the new tutorial!