As long as your purse or tote has a flap that free of pockets or embellishments, you can personalize it using your leftover thread. This wonderful tutorial from Sincerely, Kinsey (a shout-out to Brit + Co for finding it) just needs a purse, Start by finding threads you like and making twisted cords from them, [...]
Originally posted 2010-04-17 07:41:26. Republished by Blog Post Promoter With more and more of us brown bagging it to work and many of us going for reusable containers, we face an unpleasant choice. We can bring our dirty dishes home and wash them there, or we can wash them at work. I don’t know about [...]
The Elizabeth Turner Collection (ETC) has come out with a delightful line of key chain kits. Packaged in a long, skinny zipper bag, the kits include the painted canvas, a heavy leather key chain, double-sided tape and finishing instructions. The come in two different shapes, a brown rectangle, or a teardrop in black. Currently there [...]
Originally posted 2009-04-02 06:39:08. Republished by Blog Post Promoter You may not have thought about Bargello as the easiest way into doing your own designs, but it is. A simple Bargello line pattern, such as the one I used on my Bargello pattern challenge with Cindy from Windy Meadow, can be the springboard to many [...]
Originally posted 2008-11-04 18:11:12. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Barbara has posted a one-page stitch guide for this Small Patchwork Tote. As you can see from the picture, it’s bright, it’s cute, and it’s a wonderful way to learn stitches in Barbara’s delightful style. Thanks for posting this!