Sewing for the Home
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Love to decorate? Fill your home with pillows, slipcovers, window coverings, table settings, upholstery and more, made by you.
Sew decorator-quality curtains and add beauty to your home! Explore grommet, gathered and pleated styles — there's something to flatter any window.
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Sew versatile storage solutions that make your home more organized! Create a charming set of lidded nesting baskets and a handy, catch-all caddy.
Annie Unrein
Annie Unrein
Combine English Paper Piecing (EPP) with simple sewing techniques to create three cute giftable projects. The best part? These smaller projects are easy to complete AND portable so you can work on them wherever you go!
Mister Domestic
Mister Domestic
Refresh your decor with two modern patchwork projects that you can finish in a weekend! Designer Meghan Buchanan shows you how to make a matching pillow and quilt top with only straight line sewing. Plus, get tips for choosing colors, assembly line sewing, and managing large projects in your machine.
Meghan Buchanan
Meghan Buchanan
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Apply essential serger skills to unlock amazing project possibilities. Create beautiful scarves, designer pillows and chic bags using only your serger!
Angela Wolf
Angela Wolf
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If you love to sew, there's no such thing as too many pillows — and the same goes for pillow cases! They’re beginner-friendly, fun to make with your kids and, thanks to this burrito method, you can bust one out in just 15 minutes. Stitch up a set for every bed in the house, sew some as a gift, or round up your friends and donate a bunch to charity. The opportunities really are endless!
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Sew decorator-quality curtains that add value and beauty to your home! Explore grommet, gathered and pleated styles — sure to flatter your windows.
Susan Woodcock
Susan Woodcock
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Breathe new life into the timeless furniture you love! Reupholster a dining chair and side chair as you learn to re-cover your furniture.
Cynthia  Bleskachek
Cynthia Bleskachek
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This quick-and-easy potholder is awww-dorable, and it'll look perfect in your kitchen come Valentine's Day. An added bonus: it's great for using fabric scraps!
Christine Haynes
Shop Supplies
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    Designed for versatility and a long life, these Schmetz Universal Machine Needles are a valuable addition to your sewing kit. These general-purpose needles are suitable for all kinds of woven or knit materials, and deliver straight stitches every time.
  • Pretty up your quilting process with these adorable Flat Flower Pins from Clover! Choose from the 50 or 100 piece set of these 2" pins, each featuring a no-melt flower head that lies flat under a ruler for fuss-free rotary cutting. You can also use your Flower Pins to make working with polar fleece, loose knits and lace a breeze!
  • Craftsy Pima Thread 50wt Back to Basics Collection
  • It may be small, but it sure is mighty! The Steamfast Travel Steam Iron is the perfect solution for setting crisp creases and removing wrinkles on the go. With a one-minute heat-up time and small, versatile soleplate, it's ideal for touching up quilts, garments and pre-cuts. This travel-size iron is made with quality and durability in mind, so it's sure to last for many projects to come.
  • Ordinary rulers, step aside! Once you try Olfa Frosted Acrylic Ruler, now available in four sizes, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it. These non-slip rulers make fabric cutting stable and safe, and each features bold numbering clearly visible on both light and dark fabric. Left- and right-handed users alike will enjoy using this ruler for quilting and crafting projects of all types, including squaring pieced blocks, cutting Fat Quarter pieces and creating templates for pillow tops and simple square patchwork designs.
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