We’re going to talk napkins for the next few weeks, ok? I’m in the middle of planning for my daughter’s first birthday party, and the holidays are quickly approaching, too, so I figure we should think about table linens, right?

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This week, I’ll share a fairly simple project that has a lot of wow potential: cloth cocktail napkins. Now, the construction of the napkins is pretty similar to the reversible fabric coaster I shared a few months ago- you just skip the batting.¬† Read the rest of this entry »

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Nov 9

Leather Coaster

Do you ever use the fun stitches on your sewing machine? Or do you only use a straight stitch? For so long, I’ve been guilty of only using my straight stitch with an occasional zig zag for knits, or for finishing a raw edge, but I’m trying to walk more on the wild side (ha!) and have been doing a bit of experimenting with some of those lesser appreciated stitches that came on my sewing machine. Fortunately, this is a quick project that utilizes a fun stitch plus you’re left with a lovely finished product. Are you in?


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Today I’d like to share a technique with you that I recently tried out for myself after admiring for a while- freehand machine embroidery. I think it’s just lovely. I’ve owned a cute zipper pouch from this etsy shop for over a year this week I finally decided to try it for myself. Now, if you google freehand machine embroidery, here are the images you’ll find. It seems that a lot of it is a combination of embroidery and applique. For now, I choose embroidery to share with- maybe I’ll try out some free hand applique, next!

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Hi there! Today I’m going to show you my newest pillow! I know, I know- another pillow! I thought I was done for a while, too, but then I started looking at pom poms & just couldn’t help myself! I saw a monotone pillow similar to this a while back & loved the concept, but thought it might be fun to go bold! Read the rest of this entry »

Hello again!

I’m back with a new tutorial, but this time, it’s for you, not your home! I don’t know about you, but I love to have a sassy little clutch to take with me on a date. I have a baby, so I can count on one hand the amount of dates I’ve been on this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have one & go out and have fun!



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Hi there and happy weekend! It’s Mandie again with a quick tutorial that will likely come in handy with all of the baking you’re doing lately, right? Now that it’s October and there’s a hint of cool in the air, I can’t help but make all the pumpkin things…ever! I went to Trader Joe’s yesterday and had a hard time leaving anything pumpkin behind!


Anyway, I thought I’d share how I make hot pads, in case you’re in need of some new ones. I had a bit of fabric left over from my table runner, so I figured I’d use it up. Bonus: they match! No clashing linens on my dinner table!

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According to The Nerdy Sewist, fussy cutting is described as cutting a detail or particular piece of a pattern from the fabric, as opposed to just cutting a strip from the fold to the selvedge. I kind of  love fussy cutting, and am happy to share my latest fussy cut project with you: A pillow cover (another of my favorite type of project). 

Supplies you’ll need:

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Set Sail Anchor & Vintage Linen Wheat, approximately 1/4 to 1/3 yd each, depending on your desired size. I made a 14″ pillow cover.

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