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This Cozy Little Cottage Mug Rug is as adorable as it is useful. Come Christmas, dress up your table while you protect it from water marks. This design is so cute and cozy, it'll bring a little warmth to your table no matter how cold the weather is outside. Whether you're following this quilted mug rug pattern as a gift to yourself or to someone else, spend a quiet evening on this great project. Mug rugs also make great DIY Christmas decorations if you get a little fancy with the design. Never put your hot chocolate on a bare table again!
Sewing and craft materials take up a lot of space, and there's no way to keep those clumsy plastic boxes neat and organized. Why not dress up your sewing room organization with this fantastic Crazy Quilt Hanging Organizer? You can use this beautiful and functional hanging bag to store just about anything, from clothespins to sewing equipment like seam rippers and bobbins. Spruce up your sewing room with this hanging organizer that brings a little old-fashioned flair with its dainty lace and soft, quilted structure. Personalize the quilted design to match your sewing room's color scheme, or hang it in the hallway to store keys or other easy-to-lose everyday items.
Making a quilt requires a lot of time and sense of commitment. It is a big project to undertake, but it doesn't have to be hard. This Easy Peasy Fat Quarter Quilt shows you how to make an easy patchwork-patterned quilt out of varying types of fat quarter fabric. This method requires a lot of sewing, cutting, and reorganizing, but the finished product will look as beautiful as it is colorful. Get inspired and use any combination of fat quarters for your project. Stay warm this winter with this great quilt pattern.
Instantly bring a touch of color to any room with a beautiful quilt. Sew this Mini Cross-Stitch Quilt following the provided, printable pattern. Check out the tutorial to see how you can make a quilt that will catch all of your house guests' attention. This DIY quilt is perfect to hang on wall, keep on a couch, or throw on top of a bed. Pick out your best colorful fabrics and give this project a try. You'll love lounging under this handmade quilt that you sewed all on your own.
For the special woman in your life who has become family through marriage, make this heartfelt wall hanging. Mother in laws play an important role in the family dynamic. Show her how much she means to you with a handmade gift. Free quilt patterns aren't always this personal but with a lovely stitched poem and pretty fabrics, you can create something truly wonderful. Use this free quilt pattern to make a beautiful wall hanging she can put on display with pride.
This Scrappy Quilt tutorial is the perfect stash busting project for the weekend! Learn to make this free quilt pattern using whatever you have laying around. You'll use up leftover fabric and get a great piece of DIY home decor out of the deal. As winter approaches, snuggle up under this awesome quilt. This tutorial will teach you how to sew an 8 point star quilting block that is perfect for beginners.
This funky rectangle quilt would be a great gift for a family member. If you know a college student who will be moving away from home and into a dorm this fall, The Euclid Quilt would be the perfect cuddly piece of home to send along for their new abode. You could make this quilt to add some new spark to your bedroom, as well. With the right colors, it could really make your color scheme pop.
When turkey time rolls around, celebrate by learning how to make a quilt that is seasonal and fun to sew. The Turkey Time Quilt tutorial walks you through all of the steps to sewing this fabulous fabric poultry piece. Decorating for Thanksgiving has never been this adorable. Use this quilt as a throw during the holiday and afterwards to remember the festivities. Once you see the instructions to this craft for Thanksgiving, you'll want to gobble it up.
Every quilt tells a story. Make your story last with this piecing Zig Zag Quilt Pattern, and stitch every memory in to the fabric with those close to you. Carefully stitch the backing with some comfortable fabric of your choice by using a special binding technique. There is no perfect story and there are no perfect quilts. Enjoy your new quilt project and all of its special imperfections. The quality of the fabric is negotiable, but for a splurge, consider buying silk or taffeta.
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