What?! More like “save our fingers” when shucking that yummy lobster! This is a very useful “fun project” if you like eating boiled or steamed lobster. So quick to make – you can make a couple sets in just an hour! Makes a great gift paired with some lobster eating tools and a fresh live lobster! Click on this link: Lobster Fingers for a FREE PATTERN to make a few sets for your next lobster bake.
Old towels are a fact of life – we all find them in our laundry eventually. I’ve decided never to throw them out – but reuse them instead. Sure, you can cut them into squares and use them as rags; but why not make something useful AND cute out of them? Here are 3 ways to make a bib – but once you get started, I’m sure you’ll think of many more styles and uses for “the bib”! If you are not sure of size – then make sure you click on the link below for a FREE pdf pattern to get yourself started!
I’ve had the pleasure of making satin and silk flowers to dress up ball gowns and to create wedding veils. It’s really not all that difficult. You just need some scraps of beautiful fabric and a needle and thread! Thought I’d share the process with all of you who follow The Masquerade’s “Fun Project Series”. Here is #12 – How to make Satin Flowers! Click on the link below the video for a FREE pdf pattern of the flower pieces.
Just around the corner, the holiday of hearts will be here in less than a month. This scrappy quilt makes a great wall hanging, lap quilt, or baby quilt. I’m sure you could complete it in a single weekend! Click the link below for your FREE PATTERN!
Here’s a cute and cuddly fun little bunny to make! I found the panel of fabric in my mother-in-laws very old stash. I’m guessing it’s probably 30+ years old. LOL So I decided to make it on a really old sewing machine! I bought myself a little Willcox & Gibbs hand crank chain stitch machine to celebrate a great year – and thought this would be the perfect “first project” to test it out. What a great success! The machine worked fantastic and the bunny is adorable (as I guessed it would be before I cut it out) – so I scanned in the pieces and made a PDF pattern to share. So Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you! Here is the tutorial and the free PDF pattern – just click on the links and HAVE FUN WITH THIS! I can see it made from plaid flannel or printed fleece or what about minky?! There’s no end to how cute and cuddly this bunny can be. 😉
Make it “Crinkle Rattle & Jingle” in a few easy steps! Here’s a link to upgrading your Floppy Bunny!