Triangle Pouches are super fun to make and they look harder than they really are. It’s really just a few straight seams and you’re done.
I looked around at Pinterest and Youtube and couldn’t find any tutorials showing how to fully enclose all the of the seams in the lining. I really love the simplisity of the patterns I saw on Pinterest, but I didn’t love seeing the raw edged seams on the lining. I wanted the inside to be as pretty as the outside.
So, I created my own tutorial with a completely finished linining. It’s really not hard at all and only adds 2 extra steps.
They turned out great and I can’t wait to give a few to some friends. They are also the perfect STOCKING STUFFER size! You could add a chapstick, handsanitzer or something fun and stuff them into the stocking or even hang them from the stocking. So many ideas.
Are you ready for the tutorial and to find out how I enclosed all of the seams? Here you go!
Today, I have a super fun, super easy project for you! You can make this with or without the Cricut in just a few minutes. They are perfect for to school and moms on the go.
You won’t be able to stop at just one! They are quick to make. I can see lots of stocking stuffers in my future!
Don’t forget to use the Cricut EasyPress to personalize with Iron On!
I’ve got a FREE Pattern (SVG & PDF). You can cut these so easily if you have a Cricut. If you don’t have a Cricut use the PDF and create a pattern you can cut with scissors. You can grab both patterns HERE.
Ready for the step by step instructions? Here you go!
iI you create one or two or five, please be sure and tag me on social media! I would LOVE to see them!
This is probably one of the fastest, easiest tutorials I have made. You can watch it all in the step by step video tutorial here:
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I am so happy about this Shabby Fabric Basket. This project came together so quickly and so easily and even better, so inexpensively!
You may remember my original fabric basket from a placemat video. This basket is a DIY inspired version of that one and it’s almost just as easy to make. Fabric baskets are so popular. You can use them for organization, a flower pot cover, as a decorative element or a whole plethora of other uses.
I made this one for my friend, Teri, who is a leopard loving pink girl. It is fun and lively, much like she is.
I also toyed with the idea of adding Rae Dunn inspired words to a bag. What do you think?
Change the fabric and you’ve got an Easter Basket, a Mother’s Day Basket, a gift basket, and more.
As always, I’ve got a step by step tutorial for you. You can find it below.
If you have followed me for very long, you know that I love to use things (like placemats) in ways that you might not think about. I have long been a user of canvas drop cloths! I’ve made tote bags, pouches, wall hangings and so much more from them. They are super inexpensive and 1 drop cloth is enough for dozens of projects! (Stay tuned for more in the near future!
Don’t mind Brinkley’s “thrilled face”. No animals were hurt or abused during the filiming of this video. After 30 minutes of trying to get her to pose for a photo, unsuccessfully, I might add, she curled up in her bed and practically begged me to try again! Dogs, gotta love them.
Today, I combined my love of beginner friendly sewing projects, the drop cloth and my love for all things Cricut Maker and Cricut EasyPress to create this super fun and trendy Rae Dunn Inspired Pillow Cover.
Hi there and welcome back. Today, I am sharing how I made this personalized wooden gift box.
You may recall last week, I made this personalized flask and matchingetched shot glasses for my son to use to ask his friends to stand up with him in his wedding. We wanted to present them in a wooden box.
I decided to use Cricut Vinyl Iron On rather than adhesive vinyl. Adhesive vinyl can be hard to adhere to wood because it doesn’t want to grip easily. Iron on is the perfect solution. The small 6 x 7 Cricut EasyPress made it even easier.
We are really pleased with how this whole gift set turned out. Watch the step by step tutorial to find out what settings I used on the Cricut EasyPress and a few tips when applying iron on to wood.
Thanks for stopping by. Today I am showing you how to create a decorative towel hanger with your Cricut Maker! Don’t have a Cricut Maker – don’t worry, I’ve got instructions for you, too.
I remember growing up that my mother and grandmother often had towels hanging from the front of the stove. They were attached with some of grandmother’s handy dandy killer crochet skills. Apparently, a skill that I did not inherit! 🙂 .
I wanted to create a towel hanger to keep a certain someone (sorry, Doug) from grabbing my pretty decorative towels and wiping up spilled milk on the counter. Just sayin… PAPER TOWELS! I digress.
I decided to create a pattern in Cricut Design Space (you can grab it here) and create my very own modern version of Grandmother’s Crochet’d towel holder.
I think this is the perfect gift for most every home. It would be great fun to make one for each season/holiday and gift them as a set.
I used the Cricut EasyPress to create this Rae Dunn Inspired Flannel towel holder. The Easypress also helped me create holiday towels for Christmas like this one
and this one. Excuse Wrigley… he thinks hes a prop.
I just love the fact that you can get two towel holders from 1 towel.
I added a little pom pom trim to this one! A girl has to have pom poms in her life, right?
I bet you can guess that I have a step by step tutorial for you and you can help yourself to the pattern above.
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Cheers! Today, we are making fabric wine bags. I just love making these personalized bags.
Often, I find I want to do a little more than just a single bottle of wine. I think adding a fabric wine bag that the recipient can reuse is an excellent way to take an everyday gift and make it a little more special and add that touch of handmade love.
Pair it with a couple of wine glasses and your simple gift is on a whole other level. Fabric scraps are perfect for this project! Wouldn’t it be fun to make it out of Halloween Fabric and add “witches brew” on the side? How about a bottle for the bridal party to enjoy while they are getting ready… add the word BRIDE. You could make it out of fun floral fabrics for a girls night at a friends house, or add a monogram for an everyday hostess gift. Tons of possiblities.
I used the Cricut EasyPress to add the word “Cheers”. I just love the 6 x 7 EasyPress for this project.
It’s even fun without any personalization.
Don’t have a Cricut Maker yet? (you need one). Don’t worry… simply cut the pattern out with cardstock and use that as a template to cut the fabric by hand. Easy peasy!… (but seriously.. you NEED the Maker!)
OK, are you ready to get stocked up on gift bags for the holidays? You can start now by grabbing the pattern HERE. It’s made from Basic Shapes in Cricut Design Space, so you can use it for free. Here’s the step by step tutorial:
Who needs a thread catcher? Apparently, I need several because I can’t stop making them! These little guys are fun to make and they look much harder than they actually are.
They just make me happy! I love combining print fabrics and this project is perfect for it! I used THIS Cricut Fabric on this cutie (psst… it’s on sale now! Use my code LORRIE and get another 10% and Free Shipping)! It’s so pretty!
I think these are going to be Holiday Gifts for the crafters in my family. I can make one to match each of their home decor crafty spaces. They are so handy to throw in those little paper scraps, threads and little bits and they look so much better than a trash can! They would be perfect to take to a crop.
I’ve got an SVG so that you can cut this out with your Cricut Maker. You can download it HERE. If you don’t have an Cricut, yet, you NEED one, but I’ve got all of the instructions in the video so you can cut this by hand.
Here’s a step by step video tutorial so you can get started making these today!