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How to Make Pom Pom Trim Tutorial

Make your own pom pom trim!

How to Make Pom Pom Trim Hey guys! Today I have a tutorial to help you make your own diy pom pom trim. Normally, I have no problem buying pom-pom trim, but recently I was giving our outdoor umbrella an upgrade, and I really wanted to add a large pom-pom trim to the bottom. I needed about six yards of trim, and the one I wanted was $8 a yard, which meant nearly $50 bucks in total for my project! That was way more than I wanted to spend, so I decided to try it make my own pom pom [&hellip

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Easy Key Lanyard Tutorial

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Key Lanyard Tutorial Hey folks! It’s Caila here today and I have the perfect simple sewing project for those of you on the run or traveling this summer. I don’t know about you, but I seem to be carrying a lot on these summer days: beach towels, pool noodles, bags with changes of clothes, coolers, hats, sunglasses, etc. I don’t have enough hands to carry it all! Often in the confusion of transporting kids from house-to-van-to-pool-to-van-to-house-again I misplace my keys. Well, I’ve discovered a simple solution: I wear them around my neck! Key lanyard’s aren’t a new invention by any [&hellip

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Fun Mixed Print Shorts

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I’m all about mixing prints! Especially when it comes to sewing for my kids. So when I was at the SNAP Conference this spring and they had this gorgeous navy floral and bright yellow polka dot fabrics for us to play with in the shorts class {hosted by Dana}, I knew I had to make some Mixed Print Shorts for my little Miss D! The prints go together so nicely, I just had to do it. These cute little shorts are perfect for summer, don’t you think? PSST…did you know shorts are really easy to sew? And you don’t even need [&hellip

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Decorative Tea Towels

Make a decorative tea towel in an afternoon!

Decorative Tea Towels by: Amy Hi guys!  I am happy to be back here at Craftaholics Anonymous® today with another “make it in an afternoon” project.  Those are my favorite kinds of projects, really.  Not too much of a commitment and almost -instant gratification.  Win-win!  I found some fabric that I loved at Hobby Lobby a while back, but it wasn’t a perfect match for the color scheme I have going on in my open floor plan living area right now.  I figured I could get away with using it as a bright punch of color on some funky tea [&hellip

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No-Piece Geometric Quilt Part Two

No Piece Geometric Quilt Tutorial

Hey guys! It’s Alexis back with part two of my No-Piece Geometric Quilt Tutorial (be sure to go check out part one here). The great thing about this quilt is that it works up fairly quickly (compared to a traditional quilt) because there is no piecing involved! The top and bottom are both flat sheets, which means you can get to quilting right away, but quilting in triangle and zig zag patterns still gives the quilt lots of pattern and texture. When we left off at the end of part one, the quilting was done and it was time to finish [&hellip

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