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Baby Bib with Snaps Tutorial

It seems like it is the season for baby showers! I had a couple baby showers to go to a few weeks ago, have another one here in a couple more weeks and have a couple friends that just found out they have babies on the way. This baby bib tutorial is an easy gift to sew for baby shower gifts or your own little one. These bibs are super absorbant because they are backed with terry cloth. The snap closure also helps them stay put on your baby when they learn how to rip the velcro bibs off! 

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Cloth Napkins with Mitered Corners - Tutorial

I wanted some cute cloth napkins for Easter brunch this year and had this fun fabric (Pop Garden by Free Spirit) that I hadn't sewn anything with yet so, I decided to learn how to make my own! I wanted to learn how to sew mitered corners on these cloth napkins and came across several tutorials online but they were all hard to understand. I hope my tutorial clears things up for you!

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Ribbon Key Fob Tutorial

Here is a simple project that doesn't require much sewing or cost much in supplies. This is a great project to make for friends, gifts, busy moms, new drivers, etc! There are so many cute ribbon choices out there you will be able to make each key fob unique!

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Terry Cloth Burp Cloths - DIY Tutorial

These terry cloth burp cloths were my favorite when my daughter was little. They are super absorbent and really cute! They soak up messes really well and wash great. You can match the fabric to your diaper bag, nursery colors or pick out cute blue or pink designs. Or, make these for a gift to take to a baby shower. Your momma friend will love them! I made my example from Robert Kaufman's Urban Zoologie Birds fabric. Follow along to find out how to make these burp cloths or visit my Etsy shop to buy them already made! Read more »


Small Baby Security Blanket - DIY Tutorial

Here's a quick and easy baby security blanket that you can sew for your little one during their nap time. I first made a pink one of these small security blankets for my daughter when she was just a couple months old. I wanted something that she could cuddle up with but, not a huge blanket that I'd have to worry about her suffacating under. It's turned out to be the perfect size for her because now that she's walking (and carries her blanket with her everywhere) she doesn't trip on it. It's also a great size to throw in the diaper bag for trips. This blanket is only 16" x 16" so doesn't require much fabric. You might even have enough in your scrap pile to make it! Read more »


Valentine's Day - Appliqued Heart Shirt - DIY Tutorial

Here's a quick little Valentine's Day project to make for your little cutie pie! Appliqueing onesies or shirts is so easy. It turns plain baby and kid shirts into clothing that looks like you bought it from a cute baby boutique. I took lots of pictures of the Valentine's Day shirt I made for my daughter to show you step by step how to do it yourself! Read more »


Etched Heart Jar Tutorial

Valentine's Day is less than a month away! I wanted to create something to store our Valentine's Day candy hearts in that was both functional and decorative. This cute little jar doesn't take too much time to whip up. And, once you learn how to do glass etching you can use it on so many things. I've etched vases and wine glasses so far and have seen ideas for etched casserole dishes so you always get your pan back after a pot luck. Read more »


Fabric Belt Tutorial

Add style to any outfit with this easy fabric belt tutorial. This is a simple sewing project and makes a great gift or lower priced item to have at your craft show booth and in your Etsy shop.

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Flower Bobby Pin Tutorial

This is such a simple and beautiful project. These make great gifts for bridesmaids, friends or a fun accessory for yourself!

Supplies:
Bobby pins with flat ends (can be found at Hobby Lobby or on Etsy)
Cabochon Flowers (I ordered my on Etsy)
Super Glue

1. Fill the center of the flat pad on the bobby pin with super glue. Don’t go all the way to the edge because when you press the flower onto it you don’t want glue squishing out the sides!

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Pom Pom Flowers Tutorial

How cute are these?! I’m a part of MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) and am on a team that’s in charge of decorating the tables for our meetings. I came across a few different pictures of pom pom flowers on Pinterest and thought they’d be a perfect fit for our table centerpieces. They are super easy to make and look really cute! I snapped a few pictures along the way to show you how to make them.

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