Valentine’s Day French Baker’s Apron Skill Level: Beginner (basic sewing skills required) Approximate Cost: Under $30 depending on fabric selection My family will concur that I am a messy cook, and a messy eater. When I sit down to enjoy a meal at the table, al fresco, dashboard diner, TV Takeout, or on the run, I know better than to go sans napkin. I’ve also been known to don a cooking apron or an old shirt replete with stains. No shame. No apologies. Most times it’s just a tea towel. I even keep one on hand across the arm of…
During this blog, I will demonstrate how to make this lovely Christmas apron!
What you will need: *One yard of Burlap *One yard of Unfinished Cloth *One yard of Lace *Hot Glue Gun What you will do *Click the question mark for a video on how to cut a tree skirt. *Once your tree skirt is cut and ready, you then cut your unfinished cloth into 8″ wide strips and start gluing your strips around the edges of the burlap, pinching the tops of the unfinished cloth and turning it over every 3 inches to make your ruffles. *Add lace or trim around the top of the ruffles and you have a…
During this blog I will demonstrate how to make an apron.
During this blog, I will demonstrate how easy it is to add some whimsy to an existing tree skirt!
During this blog, I will demonstrate how to make this festive Christmas stocking pillow.
During this blog, I will demonstrate how to make this cute casserole carrier just in time for the holidays.
During this blog, I will demonstrate how to make potholders using some Christmas print fabric.
Following are step by step instructions on how to create a beautiful Christmas Stocking for your mantel.
I mentioned last week that the weeks leading up to Mother’s Day, I’ll have projects to share that would make lovely gifts for your mom. Well, here’s this week’s! I went through some fabric scraps of previous projects, and found some flowers & petals that were just begging to be appliquéd!