You guys! I am so excited and happy about this project! It was so fun to make and I love the quirkiness of it and the unexpected surprise when you turn it over. This is made from clothesline rope and some fabric scraps and a little help from my sewing machine and that’s it!
I love how amazing this looks from the front, but what I love even more is the backside! It’s even better than the front, in my opinion.
Look at all of those wonderful fabric scraps and the whimsical look just makes me smile from ear to ear. Pretty powerful for a rug, don’t you think? 🙂
I made this one originally as a rug, but look how cute it looks as a tablerunner. You could create coasters, mug rugs, chargers, trivets and any other countless possibilities.
I know you will want to give this a try and guess what? I’ve got a step by step tutorial for you. You can’t believe how easy it is! But, first things first….
I can’t take credit for this wonderfully, unique idea. Natalie from SewHungyHippie graciously allowed me to share her idea with you. You should run and check out her site! She’s got a ton of amazing products like clear vinyl, glitter vinyl, halographic vinyl, faux leathers, patterns, tutorials and so much more! I found her while searching for vinyl for my clear vinyl series on my Youtube Channel.
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 made both versions of this bag with Cricut Designer Fabric. They have an amazing bundle right now that will really add to your fabric stash. Both of the totes above were made from the fabric bundle. They are currently phasing out fabric, so once this bundle is gone, it’s gone for good. It’s a $129.90 value, on sale for only $39.99. Psst… if you’re a Cricut Access Member you’ll save 10% off that price and use my code MAKERS10 and you will save ANOTHER 10%. That is a whole lot of fabric at a very affordable price.
This black and metallic rose gold is really striking in person. Even if you don’t use a Cricut, this fabric is a great deal. I didn’t use the Cricut for this project, but I still used the fabric.
Are you ready to make your own canvas and leather tote bag? I’ve got you covered with a video that includes step by step instructions!
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: