Thursday, June 7, 2012

Hello again!

Well... I am back after a long time away from blogging, I moved and it has taken a while to settle in, oh boy! That doesn't mean that I have not been indulging my crafting addition, no, but it just meant that I couldn't find a moment to post anything. 

Today that changes! I will be uploading many of the projects I made over the last few months and also listing some tutorials as I go along. I am so excited to be back and in honor of that here is my freebie of the day... 


Monday, January 16, 2012

Iphone Pouch Tutorial

This is my favorite iphone pouch tutorial, everything just works! The tutorial was posted by Amy on and can be found here. This pouch can be made by any scrap fabric, but I will be posting a fabric printing tutorial soon if you would rather customize yours.
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Simple Slip Case Tutorial

Beautiful and simple slip case to sew. I love how elegant and simple it is her choice of fabric. You can find the tutorial here. I will post my version of this project as soon as I have it:)
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Adorable Macaron Coin Purse Tutorial

My first macaron.Image via Wikipedia

Check out these adorable coin purses on craft Passion.  Aren't they just adorable? The possibilities are endless! You can get the tutorial here, plus there are many more adorable sewing projects there.

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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Telephone World fabric by nadinesalama at Spoonflower - custom fabric

New Fabric Design on

The inspiration for these designs was the weekly contest on The topic was outdated technology and here is what I came up with. If you like it, then hop on over to and vote.  I am unsure which one to pick so here is an idea, Vote and leave a comment below on your favorite design and one lucky winner will win a free fat quarter of this fabric!!!

Telephone World fabric by nadinesalama at Spoonflower - custom fabric:

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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Placemat Tutorial

Recently I lucked out and found this beautiful yard of linen and a recycling center. I just loved the fabric and thought that it would make lovely placemats.

Here is what I came up with:

You wouldn't believe how easy this was to make...

First: Remember preparation is 80% of the finished product... so even if you are like me, an instant gratifier, force yourself to take your time and think twice, cut once.

If you have a stencil you like then half your work is done but if you want to print or design your own, do so and print. You can either use freezer paper, there are many wonderful tutorials to show you how or transfer paper.

Once your print, cut out your design carefully working from the inside out. Then lay your stencil on the fabric and paint...

Carefully remove stencil and allow to dry.