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Make It Coats Convert a wool or flannel button-down shirt into this soft, casual, everyday shopping tote, with exterior patch pockets already in sewn into place! Linda Turner Griepentrog and Make it Coats shares a free PDF download with instructions for preparing the shirt front, creating the pattern, cutting, assembling, and finishing the Shirt Tale Tote. A stabilizer such as fusible foam can offer more structure to this bag. This free sewing project is suitable for most
A free DIY from The Yellow Birdhouse The Yellow Birdhouse Laura from The Yellow Birdhouse shares a free tutorial to stitch drawstring bags with flannel, and apply beautiful pine tree motifs using heat transfer vinyl to create unique gift bags for Christmas. Perfect for giving a handmade gift. Metallic iron-on winter details add a touch of shiny glam to this simple sewing project. Go to the Free DIY at The Yellow Birdhouse More like this: Gift and Store – Convertible Holi
This is a well written sewing tutorial in both English and Dutch. With a drawstring bringing the cover to a close at the top, you can sew this soothing hot water bottle cozy with a fat quarter of outside fabric and a fat quarter of flannel or fleece. Some bias tape is sewn around the opening and ribbon dresses up your drawstring. Very practical and a cute gift for anyone any time of the year. Applique, embroidery, fabric paint or marker. This easy sewing project is a bla
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by Lori Holt Make a bunch and keep them in a big bowl where they are handy and close to the microwave for a quick heat up on a cold day. These bags are lined with flannel. The outer layer is made of 5″ x 5″ cotton fabric squares. You can make them bigger to be used as hot/cold therapy bags for sore muscles, arthritis, etc. Moda Fabric Odds & Ends 5” Charm Pack Get the Tutorial ♥ Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections! Holiday Projects The Elsie K. Baglet Pattern