Do you love to make shower gifts? Do you like to surprise friends with little fun things that you make? Or do you just know a really messy eater? Hahaha. Well, you’re in luck because these bibs are so fast and easy. The fabric featured on these can be found right here on this website. https://www.etsy.com/listing/701284725/merriment-large-animal-panel-by-gingiber?ga_search_query=gingiber&ref=shop_items_search_8&frs=1 The pattern can be found here too. https://www.etsy.com/listing/766772523/reversible-baby-bib-pattern?ref=shop_home_active_1 And, while you’re at it, you
BQ Zippy Pants are Here! Why didn’t we Think of This Before?
So, you think you’ve seen it all but if I have to watch one more person try to snap up baby pants or pjs with those awful snaps I will lose it. They are always off by one snap. Then, it’s hard to grab them and match them up when the baby is wiggling around. Enter, stage left, BQ Zippy Pants! Special soft zippers ordered designed
This little banded skirt is perfect for any little girl. It would be great for a big girl too, but minus the ric rac! Have fun making a ton of these. They’re just too cute. You can make one for every day of the week. Just throw it on with a matching t-shirt and sandles, and the ensemble is complete. No pattern needed! Watch this tutorial and see how it’s
Zippy Heart Tutorial Video
In this video you can learn to make the fun zippy heart pouch.
Sewing a Set-In-Circle, and, How to Sew Curves!
In this tutorial I walk you through how to set a circle into a circle. No need for applique. Applique takes way too long. With this technique you can master this in a few tries. It is also a good primer on how to sew curves in general. Watch, and become an expert.
How to sew Set in Circles
I recently posted this picture of a quilt that I had worked on with my daughter. I was teaching her how to do set in circles. These are not easy to do, but they’re not impossible. In fact, once you have some practice you can really go to town on sewing curves. All it takes is for someone to show you how, and then you can tackle clamshell quilts, drunkard’s
Cloth Napkins are a Snap! Mitered Corners and All!
Making cloth napkins is simple. They’re useful, practical, but pretty and fun. Don’t be afraid to use beautiful fabrics because they will be useful for washing after washing.
Making a Minky (Cuddle) Cowl…Just in time for Christmas!
So, you want to make one of those those amazing Cuddle Cowls. I don’t blame you. They’re fabulous! So, how to begin? Well, start out by going to Bungalow Quilting and Yarn, either in person or online. You’re here reading this…so click on shop. Buy some Cuddle fabric. You only need 1/3 yard. It’ll cost you less than $10. Pretty hard to believe. Well, believe it, and follow this link….
How to Sew a Binding on a Hexagon Quilt
If you love complicated lines and edges like I do, then you don’t want to just trim everything straight. In my book “Rainbow Quilts for Scrap Lovers”, there is a quilt called Blended Hexagons. This quilt has a peaked edge. The hexagons are kept whole, and so that presents an edge with angles. Here’s some help with binding it.
How to sew a Curved Hem
There are a lot of patterns for shirts and dresses that involve curved hems. They can be tricky if you don’t know what you’re doing. If you do them wrong, they are pleated and pinched, and flip outward. Here is a quick trick for doing it correctly.