This cute boxy looking pouch is a gem! I am so pleased with how these turn out. It’s just perfect for any retreat, or gift, or swap bag, or make-up bag, or wet bag, or shaving bag, or pencil bag, or toy bag…. did I say sewing bag?
The Retreat Bag is a simple zippered pouch with a wide base and a wide structured opening. There is a casing in the top where you insert two wire frames (one on each side), which helps it stay open when open, and helps turn the corners down when closed. It has two optional slip pockets inside and a long zipper that helps it open wide.
For the tutorial Please visit HERE.
Very easy crochet rainbow scarf pattern.
Using DK (8ply) yarn of your choice and a 4mm crochet hook.
Leave a long end (approx 15cm) and chain 150 in pink. Turn.
Half double crochet back along your foundation chain. Fasten off, change to red and leave a long tail end on both the last colour (pink) and the new colour (red), these long ends will become your tassels.Turn.
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Free Crochet Pattern – Little Doily Bag
This is a very simple, small purse measuring approximately 14cm x 10cm. The design is very basic, so these little purses are suitable for beginners and can be quickly made up.
You will need yarn in 8ply and a 4mm hook. I used cotton, but acrylic or wool would work too. These instructions are in US terms.
To make the purse chain 22, turn and half double crochet (hdc) in the third stitch from the hook and each stitch across (20hdc). Chain 2, turn and hdc in each stitch across the row. Keep working back and forth (remembering to ch 2 at the end of each row) until you have a rectangle approximately 20cm long. I made this bag with stripes, alternating two rows in each color – and 4 rows (rows 8-10) at the bottom of the bag (where you fold it).
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Maddison’s Hat Free Crochet Pattern
12 ply yarn ( the hat uses a little over a ball)
Round 1: Make a magic circle and chain 2, half double crochet (HDC) 7 x into the circle and pull tight, join to top of chain 2 (8).
Round 2: Chain 2 (counts as first HDC here and throughout), HDC into same stitch, 2 HDC into every stitch around, join to top of chain 2 (16).
Round 3: Chain 2, 2HDC into next stitch. 1HDC into next stitch, 2HDC into next stitch around, join to top of chain 2 (24).
Round 4: Chain2, HDC in next stitch, 2HDC in next, *HDC in next 2 stitches, 2HD in next stitch*, repeat between * and * around, but only place 1HDC into last stitch (not 2) join to top of chain 2 (32).
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Look at what I found on tumblr. It’s a cute baby booties pattern buried in time being. This little beauty is first posted in what you sow blog in tumblr and it’s about 3 years old post. Although I am a heavy user of Pinterest, I haven’t seen this cute booties tutorial anywhere so I though I should share. You can read the tutorial visiting HERE. Do not forget to read other crochet patterns published in our site. Enjoy!
Now the spring is about to end and the fall season is on it’s way. Everybody is excited to enjoy the beauty of fall so, everything Etsy is sharing exciting sewing projects to try for the fall. The projects are incredibly simple and fast so I think you sure will like the list.
Link to the article : http://www.everythingetsy.com/2014/09/12-fall-sewing-tutorials-diy-genius/
Tote bags are so popular that you can not stop buying/making them almost everyday. With a big enough tote bag you can bring all your tools wherever you go; whether it be your make up set, comb, purse or even camera, laptop etc. Although you can buy ready made tote bags, there’s a Kick in making one. And making those are incredibly easy.
Here is a nice and interesting DIY tote bag tutorial I found on YouTube. I am not embedding the tutorial here because I think it’s unfair for the owner. Enjoy!
Anything made from Jute twine lasts longer than the other things.Apart from the careful wash routine it does not require any other special care. We have seen amazing baskets, paper holders, wall hangings and coasters to name a few, made from the beautiful plant fiber, Jute.We found an awesome Jute project for our crafters on www.craftpassion.com shared by Author Joanne L. She has explained this pattern with clear and simple instructions on her website. The finished product looks very cute. We cannot wait to try this project! Find the pattern HERE.
Are you a coffee nut? Does the smell, the taste, just about everything about coffee drive you up the wall? Well these great coffee ideas are for you then.
15 Creative DIY Coffee Crafts
Mornings may be rough for some of us until you’ve had your cup of coffee. Well, it shouldn’t be the only way to beat the morning blues. Who knew you could use up any extra beans, grinds or accessories to start brewing up creative DIY coffee crafts. Check out our favorite 15 creative DIY coffee crafts and brew up some fun.
DIY Crafts For Adults Who Love To Drink Coffee
1. Coffee Can Lanterns
These are awesome! Simply upcycle tin coffee cans into lanterns for festive outdoor fun! See how you can make it here.
This is a totally gorgeous wreath. I am surprised at what you can create with coffee filters! Check it out here.
3. Homemade Coffee Scrub
This homemade coffee scrub can help nourish skin and lessen the appearance of stretch marks and cellulite. Get the instructions here.
4. Coffee Candles
Instead of wasting all of that wonderful wax, combine it with some fragrant coffee grounds to create dazzling, coffee-scented candles at home. Make it with this tutorial.
5. Flying Coffee Cups
I just love this DIY home decor craft idea – it has an intriguing optical illusion. Check it out here.
6. DIY 3D Coffee Cup Wall Decor
You’ll be surprised how fancy and fragrant this coffee bean wall decor is! See how you can make it here.
7. DIY Coffee Tealight
I love being able to freshen indoor air naturally. Check it out here.
8. Coffee Bean Coaster
Your new coaster may even double as an air freshener when you use it with hot drinks. See how you can make it here.
9. DIY Coffee Heart
I so love the idea. This is a fun DIY project to make a heart shaped coffee bean decor. Tutorial here.
10. DIY Pallet Coffee Cup Holder
This is an awesome idea and I love the simple, elegant stencil. Check it out here.
11. DIY Coffee Tree
This is such a great gift idea! See how you can make it here.
12. DIY Coffee Bean Ornament
Not only do this smell great but it makes a decoration as well. Get the instructions here.
13. Homemade Candles
This coffee bean candle will surely fill your home with the sweet aroma of freshly roasted coffee beans. Make it with this tutorial.
14. Plastic Bag Dispenser
Way classier than shoving those plastic bags in a drawer or at the back of the shelves. Instructions here.
15. Coffee Beans Table Centerpieces
Coffee bean centerpiece ideas are simple and cute. See how you can make it here.
Need more DIY coffee crafts? Let’s check this video and learn how to make a Leather Coffee Cup Sleeve from Inspire To Make:
What DIY coffee crafts have you made? Let us know below in the comments!
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This is Juliana’s Tifton Tiles quilt and you can find the free tutorial on how to make it here. The fabric collection is called Meadow Bloom.
I used Hearts In Bloom for the pantograph as the quilt is a gift for a nine year old girl. The batting is Quilters Dream Blend, the thread is White So Fine and White Bottom Line on the back. The backing is s fun polka dot pink Minkie!