Quilt Pattern Playground - Over 1 Million Free Patterns
View over 1 million free quilt patterns at the Pattern Playground. All patterns are size-alterable from a single block to a king-size quilt and more.
Circle Knit Shirt Tutorial - Honest To Nod
So. I have a favorite shirt. I'll be honest, it's probably my favorite because it's the most comfortable shirt I own, AND my husband bought it for me and he thinks I look cute in it. That's really all I need. Oh, and it's a great backdrop for a prett...
Tea Towels | A Spoonful of Sugar
Whoa! December, where did you come from? These upcoming weeks are gonna be intense, right? Holiday parties, pretty dresses and tights, shopping, lots of to-do lists. It's time to take a break. Sit in front of the TV, watch It's
Gifts for her purse | Skip To My Lou
A no sew checkbook cover (would also make a nice cover for a pocket calendar) A fabric checkbook cover A ribbon key fob A fabric key
How to Find Cool Stuff in the Newly-Released 1940 Census...
The Census Bureau just released reams of data from the 1940 U.S. Census online (the website's been up and down all day; if it doesn't work, try later), and you are going to spend the next hour or so tooling around on the website.
Craft Project: Toy Giraffe
Create this display-worthy stuffed animal using patterned fabric
Genealogy and Family History Data by Surname
John saves tomato seeds: Central Texas Gardener
See how to save seeds from your favorite tomatoes to plant next year. John Dromgoole offers two techniques for extracting and drying and explains how to stor...
Sugar Cookies | Our Best Bites
Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy- about 2 minutes. Add in egg and extract and mix to incorporate.
Aesthetic Nest: Sewing: Chevron Chenille Baby Blanket (Tutorial)...
That is gorgeous!!! What a fabulous idea. It looks like it took FOREVER to cut it all out!
Mind the Gap! Facts About 1940 US Census Page Numbering
Obsessively Stitching: Tent Week, Day Two
Both you and your sister are just TOO good!
elsie marley » Blog Archive » boy belt tutorial
My middle son is jumpy and crazy and skinny and tall--all of which make his pants fall down quite often (if he is wearing pants that is), so I thought I'd make a belt for him. In honor of Celebrate the Boy month at and I drew up a pattern to share...
Burlap and Ribbon Pillows -- PBish(?)
Musings: Kristin La Flamme » Blog Archive » Suesse Sac...
You know you need another project on your list, right?! I'm having so much fun making "sweet" little bags like this: