Here’s how to sew a tablet stand to hold your tablet, eReader or cellphone.
I’ve been getting lots of requests for my Freezer-Find it magnets, so I decided to bring them back. I have a limited quantity available in my shop, and I’ll be adding more soon. Grab a set for yourself, or someone on your gift list.
This drawstring laundry bag will easily hold two loads of laundry, and has reinforced seams to ensure it’s up to the task. Use it to keep dirty laundry off the floor. Then, use it to lug everything to the laundry room or laundromat. If you’re looking for a gift for a college kid, this would be a great one.
Tame your tangle of cords with a set of these cord wraps. They’re an easy sewing project, and a great use for your smaller fabric and batting scraps. These would make an excellent gift or stocking stuffer for any hard-to-buy-for men and teens in your life.
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.
Taxes aren’t fun, but the right filing system can make them more bearable. Set up a binder for your tax documents now, so you’ll have a place to stick all those receipts and other must-keep papers as they come in.
Stocking up on foods, toiletries and other household goods while they’re on sale is a smart way to avoid paying retail for the products that you use on a regular basis. Here’s a printable list of items that you should consider stockpiling.
Use this free car repair log to create a maintenance record for each of your vehicles. This will help you stay on top of important maintenance tasks, and could even help you get more money for your car when you go to sell it.
Use these free address pages to create your own address book. They’re available in two sizes – 8.5” x 11” and 5.5” x 8.5.” Just print them out; punch holes in them, and they’re ready to insert in a planner or binder.