When it comes to DIY wedding crafts, it's gotta be beautiful, budget-friendly and easy to put together. This elegant centerpiece checks every box. Plus, it's totally unique — we guarantee your guests haven't seen anything like it — and it's completely customizable to your season, color scheme and theme. Go on, let those wedding bells ring!
Move over, pencil and pen. We're using our sewing machines to draw. That's right, free-motion machine embroidery uses your basic sewing machine to draw pictures with thread.
Leigh Bowser
Rainbows, rainbows everywhere … and all of them you can make! Bust out all your most colorful crafting supplies and let it pour all weekend.
Drawn-on eyes can make a doll look super cute, but taking the time to hand-embroider those peepers will give her (or him!) a LOT more personality, plus a more cohesive look.
Marna Lunt
With everyone Marie Kondo'ing their homes, organization is most definitely having a moment. That's why you should head straight to where the sewing magic happens and get ready for a refresh. These smart storage solutions keep all of your smaller supplies neat and nearby, and puts 'em on display for constant visual inspiration.
Lindsay Conner
Sara shows how to use the traditional embroidery technique of cutwork. She'll give you all the tips and trick you'll need to easily cut away the unwanted fabric of your embroidery designs.
This quilted, embroidered pot holder is created completely in the hoop and Sara will show you how easy it is to quilt and embroider all in one easy project.
Customizing your tote or bag is easy when Sara shows you how to add a fun embroidery design.
Combine your love of paper with embroidery in this episode. Sara will show how to add embroidery to simple card stock to create designs that jump off the page.
Sara will show you how to change any embroidery design into a beautiful piece of wall art. If you love that hand-embroidery look, you'll love these cross-stitched designs.
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