Month: October 2013

Kennedy Bag Free Pattern

Handmade Holidays is right around the corner but we have an early gift for you today! Sara Lawson from Sew Sweetness celebrates the release of her new book Big-City Bags with a free PDF pattern for the all-new Kennedy Bag! Download your free pattern today…

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Sewing Trends with Rachael

It’s time for another look at the latest sewing trends with Rachael from imagine gnats. Let us know what you’re sewing in the comments. Are you using lots of flannel? Do you have a new jacket all sewn up for the new season?

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Be a Better Craft Teacher: Know Your Effectiveness

Today brings us full circle with our craft class preparation, teaching and evaluation! Deborah Moebes of Whipstitch is here with her Be a Better Craft Teacher series, perfect for everyone from beginning instructors to experienced teachers. “Know Your Effectiveness” is packed with excellent tips about how to evaluate your teaching and make the experience positive for everyone…

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Pumpkin Placemat Tutorial

Leaves are falling here and there and everywhere which must mean Halloween is just around the corner! Dress up your Halloween table with these kid-friendly Pumpkin Placemats from Jennifer Mathis of Ellison Lane. Quick and easy to clean, these will be a hit all month long!

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Iron Reviews

Sara Lawson from Sew Sweetness stops by to share some iron reviews. If you’re thinking about a new iron this is the post for you! You can also add thoughts about your current iron, and comment for a chance to win one of TWO new irons…

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