Clothespin lab

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Clothespin lab

No matter how big or small that little piece is, you should find something here to make with it. Made with bold fabric, zany buttons, and quirky ribbons. Cute little pocket hotpads for your fingers. More projects are found here. Includes a measurement chart to make Small, Medium and Large size flowers.

Over 40 more flowers are on this page. Made with squares of pretty fabric and fusible fleece.

Clothespin lab

More tutorials found here. Great stashbuster that you can embellish any number of ways. Lots of ideas are also listed on this page.

Pattern pieces available via free pdf download. More wristlets to make are found here. Stuffed with potpourri, lavender flowers or balsam fir needles. More ideas are found here. Covered buttons are attached to bobby pins with pads.

More hair accessories are on this page. Supplies include fusible fleece, small hair elastic and a button. More tutorials are listed here. Make a sweet little case to hold a variety of small items, inside lined with felt.

Tutorial via free pdf download. More projects for crafters are found here. Elastic opening at top and twill tape for strap, template included can be adjusted for size if needed.

Fabric pieces can be all from the same print or mix as you like, template download provided. A sweet little pouch with a button and loop closure, use to carry small utensils and other goodies. Strips of pretty fabric and ribbon are used to transform plain bath towels into something special.

Stitch on a piece of fabric before covering buttons, either sketch your own designs or use the print as a pattern. The bottom and sides of the cup are covered, no more puddles on the coffee table!

Lined with cotton batting, free template download via pdf. Lots more ideas are found here. Cute and big enough to hold all you need when traveling. Gather strips of assorted fabric prints then sew onto a bib either one you make or one ready-made.

Lots more ideas on this page. Sewn on the diagonal then quilted to make a mat fabric binding around the edges. More projects found here.

Lovely design that features a d-ring hanging loop.Ironing is the use of a heated tool (an iron) to remove wrinkles from fabric.

The heating is commonly done to a temperature of – °Celsius, depending on the fabric. Ironing works by loosening the bonds between the long-chain polymer molecules in the fibers of the material. While the molecules are hot, the fibers are straightened by the weight of the iron, and they hold their new shape.

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Christy made this cute shark bag.

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