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!
I mean who doesn’t love to put on a bright, happy headband and make a statement. You can mix and match the headband bows by simply untying and putting it on a different headband. I cannot wait to see Evie sporting one, but since my cute model isn’t here, you’ll have to settle for me :). Sorry about that, but I wanted you to see just how fun they are.
I just LOVE them! They make me happy just looking at them.
I used the same Mini Template that I used for the Mini Urban Scrunchies. You can find the Original Urban Scrunchie Post here. I love the fact that you get two projects from the same template. Keep in mind, the Original Template was much larger and longer. I used the MIni here.
Here are other ways to use the same template:
Compared to original Urban Scrunchie.
I see headbands in the girls’ stockings this year.
Are you ready for the step by step tutorial? I thought you might be.
Check out this video for 3 more ways to use the Urban Mini Scrunchie:
Hello! Can you believe it’s almost JULY? June has flown by! I have been super busy. I just got back from the Cricut Meet and Greet in Chicago where we celebrated the launch of the Infusible Inks with Michaels! (More to come on that later). Today, I am excited to share with you my very own pattern/design which I call the Grab and Go Wristlet!
This little cutie is the perfect size for the summer when you just want to take your key, phone and a few necessities without the added bulk of an oversized purse.
This little cutie actually has quite a lot of room in it and yet, it’s still a clutch size. I just love the fun colors.
You can’t help but be happy when you see Pink Lemons and Palm Trees, right?
I designed this bag so that it can easily be converted to a crossbody bag for when you need your hands free for shopping or chasing kids! (I remember those days :), I actually miss them very much).
Are you ready for a tutorial: I have a FREE SVG (perfect if you have a Cricut Maker), or you can choose the FREE PDF pattern and cut it by hand. You can get them by clicking below:
** For whatever reason, when uploading the SVG to Cricut Design Space, Design Space is resizing it. Resize the SVG to 23.5″ wide (Keep lock proportions on). This will create a finished pouch that is approximately 9 x 7.
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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Alright guys! I’m back with another clear vinyl pouch! This is a really fun project and really easy! There are so many possibilities using this technique, your Cricut and a little bit of vinyl. You can create a shaped pouch for virtually any shape!
The kids are sure to love them! Watch the step by step tutorial over on my youtube channel!
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.
Hello and thanks for stopping by! Today, I am excited to bring you this super handy “How to Make a Jumbo Tote Bag “tutorial.
My daughter asked me to make something for the grandkids that they could take their “stuff” to day care in. It needed to be large enough to hold their nap blanket and pillow, an extra set of cloths and all of the other essentials, but it also needed to be soft a flexible enough they could fold it up and store it in their cube at daycare.
I came up with this pattern. I used outdoor fabric for durability and fusible fleece to give them a bit of structure, but still soft and foldable.
I am in love with how they turned out.
By simply adjusting the size of the fabrics, you can make a tote for almost any occasion using this design. It’s the perfect beginner sewing friendly project.
Ready to make one? Here’s your step by step tutorial: