Sew a new table runner for your home decor using one of the table runner sewing tutorials from today’s list put together by Nancy ZiemanRead More
Tag: table linens
Learn how to make this pretty, minimal Urban Scandinavian Winter Runner for your bed or table. Kirstyn Cogan, author of Urban Scandinavian Sewing and the designer behind P&B Textile’s Urban Scandinavian Basics fabric collection, shows you how to spruce your home up for winter with this easy tutorial. Plus there’s a giveaway!Read More
Natalie Barnes is the owner and pattern designer of beyond the reef, and author of the new A Modern Twist: Create Quilts with a Colorful Spin (with quilter Angela Walters). Natalie has a free Quilted Coaster + Table Topper Tutorial for you, plus a chance to win one of FIVE copies of her book. (International winners A-OK!)Read More
Diane Gilleland of CraftyPod has a new book out next week! All Points Patchwork takes you beyond hexies to English paper piecing with diamonds, triangles, octagons, pentagons, curved-edge shapes and more. Download your free PDF excerpt from the book about basic EPP sewing techniques, then have fun with Diane’s Scrappy Flower Coaster Tutorial. You can also comment for a chance to WIN All Points Patchwork…Read More
Nicole Neblett created a table runner with a meaningful design that shows off her fantastic quilting skills. She has a free PDF tutorial for you at mama love quilts, plus you can enter to win a bundle of fabric from the Oakshott Lakes fabric collection…Read More
Mary Claire shows you how to get a rolled hem look without a serger in her Oakshott Lakes Table Linens Challenge post, plus comment for a chance to win a bundle of these beautiful blues…Read More
It’s time for another fabric challenge! We asked readers what they could create with the rich blues in the Oakshott Lakes shot cotton fabric collection, and our challengers created a great variety of table linens. See more and comment for a chance to win a bundle of fabric!…Read More
Inspired by the Slow Food Movement we wondered what it would be like to take a similar approach to sewing, so we’re launching a new series called Slow Sewing. Author and designer Carolyn Friedlander’s Savor Each Stitch philosophy fits right in with this idea to slow down and appreciate the sewing process, so we asked her to kick off the series with her thoughts. Carolyn also shares how to make her Big Stitch Coasters…Read More
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!Read More
It’s time for another Christmas in July project! Get a head start on holiday fun throughout the “lazy days” of summer… Christen from Love By Hand designed a Christmas Tree block and table runner featuring the ever-popular half square triangle (HST).Read More
Jane from Buzzmills added fabric scrap dots to her store-bought napkins for an extra pop of color. How are you adding color to your summer sewing? Email us so we can feature your latest and greatest project (or something you’ve seen out there lately that you just love)!Read More
Designer Elizabeth Hartman, author of The Practical Guide to Patchwork and the Oh,Fransson! blog, joins us for the final tutorial in our Color Blocks Placemats + Napkins Holiday Sew-Along…Read More
|Kelly reviews The Kitchen Linens Book: Using, Sharing, and Cherishing the Fabrics of Our Daily Lives by EllynAnne Geisel.
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