How to Make a Jean Pocket Coin Purse
How to Make a Jean Pocket Coin Purse
By Erin Huffstetler | 09/28/2020 | No Comments
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Make this cute coin purse from the front pocket of an old pair of jeans. This is a quick and easy project that’s suitable for beginners, and would make an excellent gift. Use it as a stocking stuffer, or as a creative way to give money or a gift card.

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How to Sew a Maxi Pad Pouch
How to Sew a Maxi Pad Pouch
By Erin Huffstetler | 09/26/2020 | No Comments
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This maxi pad pouch gives you a discreet way to carry pads, and keeps them from getting lost, or unwrapped in the bottom of your purse or backpack. It can be made from fabric scraps, and would make a thoughtful addition to a stocking or Operation Christmas Child shoebox.

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T-Shirt Dog Tug Toy
DIY No-Sew T-Shirt Dog Tug Toy
By Erin Huffstetler | 09/24/2020 | 1 Comment
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Tired of spending money on dog toys that your dog destroys in minutes? Here’s how to make a sturdy, long-lasting tug toy out of old t-shirts. This simple, no-sew toy is the perfect project to keep your hands busy when you’re watching TV.

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How to Sew a Zipper Pouch
By Erin Huffstetler | 09/22/2020 | No Comments
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Turn your prettiest fabric scraps into zipper pouches. They’re a great organizational tool, and they make a great gift. Here’s how to sew a zipper pouch with, or without a lining. If you’ve never sewn a zipper before, this is the perfect project to start with.

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How to Make a Lunchbox Silverware Placemat Roll
How to Make a Lunchbox Silverware Placemat Roll
By Erin Huffstetler | 09/14/2020 | 2 Comments
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Take your zero-waste lunchbox set up to the next level with one of these lunchbox silverware placemat rolls. Just slip your silverware and cloth napkin in the designated pockets; roll it up, and tuck it in your lunchbox. Then, unroll it at lunch time, and use it as a placemat.

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How to Make Reusable Sandwich Bags
How to Make Reusable Sandwich Bags
By Erin Huffstetler | 09/12/2020 | No Comments
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Here’s how to make reusable sandwich bags that are food-safe, easy to clean and built to last.

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How to Sew a Kitchen Towel
How to Sew a Kitchen Towel
By Erin Huffstetler | 09/09/2020 | No Comments
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Sewing kitchen towels is a quick and easy project, and a great way to use up your fabric scraps. Make enough to restock your kitchen. Then, make a bunch more to give as gifts.

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How to Make Cloth Napkins
How to Sew Cloth Napkins
By Erin Huffstetler | 09/01/2020 | No Comments
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My family made the switch from paper napkins to cloth napkins 18 years ago, and we’ve never looked back. If you’re looking to make a similar change, or simply need some cloth napkins for a special occasion, you’ve come to the right place.

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How to Make a Shower Curtain
How to Make a Shower Curtain
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/24/2020 | No Comments
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The last time I had to shop for a shower curtain, I was shocked at how expensive they’d gotten, and disappointed in the selection. So, when I found myself needing another shower curtain this week, I decided to make my own. This was an easy project, and didn’t cost anything, since I was able to use materials from my stash.

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How to Make a Bowl Cover for a Stand Mixer
How to Sew a Stand Mixer Bowl Cover
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/23/2020 | 4 Comments
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Make a bowl cover for your stand mixer to keep it dust-free between uses. This is a quick and easy project, and would make an excellent gift for any of the bakers in your life. Since this project only requires two fat quarters of fabric, it also happens to be a great stash buster.

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Hot Pad Table Runner
How to Sew a Hot Pad Table Runner
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/17/2020 | No Comments
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Whenever we have a party or get-together, I always find myself scrambling to round up enough potholders and trivets to protect our sideboard and table. This is especially true when we host a potluck dinner. So, I decided to solve the problem by making a hot pad table runner.

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How to Make a Jean Pocket Potholder
How to Make Jean Pocket Potholders
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/11/2020 | No Comments
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Save the pockets from your worn out jeans, and use them to make a set of potholders, complete with pockets for your hands.

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Fabric Scrap Potholders
How to Make a Fabric Scrap Potholder
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/09/2020 | No Comments
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Use some of your fabric scraps to make potholders. This simple design doesn’t require binding tape, so it’s easy enough for beginners. Whip up a set for yourself. Then, whip up several more to give as gifts.

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How to Make Scunchies
How to Make a Scrunchie
By Erin Huffstetler | 02/24/2020 | No Comments
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Making scrunchies is the perfect way to use up all the skinny fabric scraps in your stash. Whip up a bunch, and stick them in your gift closet for easy gift-giving.

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Fabric Marble Mazes
How to Sew a Fabric Marble Maze
By Erin Huffstetler | 01/28/2020 | No Comments
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These fabric marble mazes are the perfect screen-free, quiet toy for kids, and they happen to be a great way to use up bits of fleece or minky fabric. Each maze has a marble sandwiched between the two layers that you push through the maze with your fingers.

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