Tutorials

Cindy's green box Cindy’s Prize Green Box -How to make a quilted hexagon box.

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charity quilt label

Making a Quilt Label – How to make a quilt label with the personal touch of being hand written but with the tidiness of being designed on the computer.

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blue themed re-usable fabric Christmas gift tags

Making a Re-usable Fabric Gift Tag – How to make a reusable gift tag to go with your reusable gift wrap and bags. See Fabric Gift Tag Improvements on how to make it regiftable with a clear pocket for name.

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fabric ribbon ties package together for finishing touch

Fabric Wrapped Gifts- reusable gift wrap – How to wrap a gift with fabric.

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four square fabric gift wrap with matching reusable gift tagFour Square Fabric Gift Wrap – How to make four patch pieced reusable fabric gift wrap.

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crutches bag 1Crutches Bag – How to make a sturdy bag with pockets and top closure to attach to a crutch.

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bell box 4

Temari with a Jingle not a Jangle – How to make a bell “box” for the core of a temari that makes a nice jingle sound without the rattle of a bell rolling around.

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portable temari workstation

Lap Top Work Station For Temari Making – How to make a lap top work surface complete with a removable utility belt to keep you tools and supplies organized and close by.

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temari tote v.2 1 Temari Project Tote Bag Tutorial – How to make a tote bag that has a hexagon base, an inner drawstring bag to hold a temari and six outer pockets for thread and small tools. The buttons are also used to secure thread dispensed through the eyelet hole below the button. There is a D-ring below the bag handle to hang a temari pincushion.

temari pillow 9Temari Pillow – How to make a pillow rest for your temari. This was designed as an accessory for the Temari Project Tote Bag. This pillow goes in the bottom of the tote bag and is removable. It can be places on flat surface to rest you temari on to prevent your ball from rolling away.

temari thimble 1Ring Thimble with Plate–  How to make a custom fit thimble that can be used for stitching temari, sashiko, or difficult fabric.

 

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2 thoughts on “Tutorials

  1. Hi friend..this is a great idea to set up tutorials. I am on the road right no with th iPad so will check out in more detail later on.,..some neat tutorials in the group. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.

    • Thank you for checking out my tutorials. Sharing makes the world a richer place for everyone. I certainly benefit from learning from and am inspired by what other people share on the internet.

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