Lisa from Farmhouse on Boone shares a free video demonstrating how she makes a crossed-back harvest apron. You can download the free pattern to print at home here! This apron is not only comfortable but very easy to sew! Two front patch pockets to fill with eggs, veggies, berries, pine cones, etc. Make it reversible! These aprons are also made for children and used as arts and crafts smocks to protect clothing. Aprons can be made out of cottons, canvas, linen, laminated fabrics, unbleached cotton, any sturdy fabric.
Watch Holly Draney and Cindy Cloward of Riley Blake Designs, as they show us how to sew this farmhouse-style USA map pillow. This pillow was made with a natural linen background, coordinated with the Landscape Basics wood-grain fabric print and a light-weight fusible interfacing. A very easy…
I had a request from a friend to make a couple of tote bags for her daughters who have laying hens. She bought some chicken-themed curtain fabric she wanted me to use, and if it was not enough I could add some co-ordinating fabric. She left it to me to choose the lining fabric too. … [ Read More at SWN! ]
The Fat Quarter Shop demonstrates a quick and simple quilting technique for finishing off your smaller quilts. Learn how to use excess backing fabric as your binding. This simple quilting technique leaves us with very little waste and a sweet finish for your quilts. The quilt blocks featured within this video are all featured in Lori … [ Read More at SWN! ]