Monday to Friday this week I am blogging all about Bosal In-R-Form, a fantastic foam stabilizer for bags.
Today, I started the DATE NIGHT CLUTCH and seriously it's easy, there are lots of small steps to make it ( but they are baby steps). Also, learn to add a professional, discreet zippered pocket, use D rings and a lobster claw to add and/or remove straps.
So join me here to see what it's all about and make yourself this cute clutch. You deserve it!
I'm so excited as I received some goodies in the mail a few weeks ago and I'll show you what they are below:
I was thinking bags when coming up with my concept for QUILTsocial and Bosal In-R-Form is just the product to make these bags oh so structured, sturdy and professional.
I asked for some bag hardware and was sent lots. There will be future posts using all of this hardware from UNIQUE Sewing but I also used some for next weeks blogging.
It's SEW nice to make DIY bags with BOSAL!
Check out my blogging with QUILTsocial next week Oct 14-18 all about Bag making with BOSAL,UNIQUE Sewing and Northcott Fabric. There's a free pattern download and complete instructions on how to make a sturdy (carry it all) "Library Tote" and a really cute "Date Night Clutch".
Happy Thanksgiving this weekend, enjoy your time with family❤️
Yes it's true you can make your own textiles with Sulky Ultra Solvy and the tiniest of fabric scraps you've been hanging on to!
Check it out today at QUILTsocial.com with a free tutorial to show you how to do this.
Have a great weekend and I hope you have enjoyed my tutorials and discussions about Sulky Stabilizers this week at QUILTsocial.com.
Happy Wednesday! Today I am discussing Sulky Paper Solvy at QUILTsocial.com, a really cool product that dissolves in water and eliminates the need to remove the paper when appliquéing , paper piecing, english paper piecing, embroidery and a whole lot more. Check it out how I use it for a circle applique here.
Have a great day!
All this week I am discussing Sulky Stabilizers at QUILTsocial.com click here to see an exciting basket project using Sulky Fuse 'n Stitch. I will be showing you how to with a free DIY tutorial today and tomorrow. This basket is very sturdy and would be a great addition to your home decor also great storage for sewing room, craft supplies, toys and more. A fun and easy summer project!
"4" fun crafty and sewing projects, check out QUILTsocial.com to see enjoy my free tutorials all this week!
Hi everyone, I am just reminding you to have a look at QUILTsocial.com next week June 24-28 when I will be guest blogging and discussing 4 different crafty/quilty uses for Sulky Stabilizers. Check out my picture below of basket making, creating your own textiles, english paper piecing and help with appliquéing circles all with Sulky Stabilizers. Who knew?, they are not just for embroidery.
These are free tutorials with lots of fun tips and ideas. Some experimentation on my part, but these stabilizers worked great!
I hope you are having a great week ❤️
My final post as guest contributor this week at QUILTsocial.com is all about fusible vinyl from HeatnBond. You simply lay it down on your fabric and iron it. Lots of possibilities for your stash and I share some great project ideas. Check it out here.
Happy Friday, check back tomorrow, I am going to get started with some Easter DIY's and Have a Great Weekend!
Today I am talking about StitchnSew EZ Print Quilt Block Sheets by HeatnBond and gorgeous Northcott fabric at QUILTsocial.com. Simply print out your design and sew on these transparent, tearable sheets! Such a fantastic way to get accurate piecing results. Have a look here and see the possibilities:
Today I am talking about fusibles that help to hold your fabric while you sew at QUILTsocial.com. I will be discussing Quilters Edge, a wonderful fusible tape to hold trims, zippers, binding etc. and SpraynBond a temporary spray adhesive that is great to spray baste your quilt fabric layers.
Join me for a very informative post with lots of great tips and information!
Have a great Wednesday :)
Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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