Bags
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Meet Raquel and see how she block-prints designs onto fabric and creates a small zippered pouch.
Sew
Get an inside look at maker spaces, as well as inspiration and tips for projects you can do in your own.
Bluprint
Bluprint
Angela's been challenged by The Crafty Gemini to make a stash-busting tote bag. So she's stepping outside her comfort zone and up to the #MidnightStashChallenge!
Sew
If you need a zipper for a project, you can just sew one in and be done with it — or you can take the extra step of covering the zipper ends with fabric. You'll have a functional zipper either way, but the zipper with the covered ends will look more professional. And that's what you're here for, right?
Beginner
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Easy, no-sew and cheap to make, this DIY is the ultimate can't-go-wrong bridesmaid gift, stocking-stuffer or birthday party favor. (And don't forget to make one for yourself, too!)
Beginner
Christina guides you step by step to quilt a textured triangle basket design. See how easy it is to keep your triangles on track using quilting guidelines with your walking foot. Afterwards, add filler between triangles for texture that pops.
Your basket is almost done! Sew your quilted panel into a structured basket (that's perfect for holding fat quarter bundles!). Learn how to create boxed corners in the outer quilted panel and lining fabric, then add handles and a cuff for a beautiful finish.
Quilt a symmetrical curvy radar design on your panel to start the last project, a zippered bag. Christina shows you how to mark and stitch guidelines with your walking foot, and add curves with free-motion stitching.
Zip up your quilted panel after you turn it into a handy bag, complete with lining. Then insert the zipper, stitch and turn the bag. Finish it off with a zipper pull for a personal touch.
Start your journal cover by quilting your panel with an all-over seafoam design made by echoing wavy lines. See how to create pockets of space in the design and then fill them with quilted pebbles or other filler variations.
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