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Wrap Skirt with Piped Waistband Tutorial

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Wrap Skirt with Piped Waistband Tutorial

 Wrap Skirt with Piped Waistband Tutorial   Materials: - skirt fabric in a woven fabric base (border prints, like our "Bon Appetit" Border, are great with this pattern) - see below to see how much you will need - waistband fabric, also in a woven fabric base (you can use a separate fabric, but for this tutorial, we made the waistband from the same piece of Border Print fabric.  - 1 pack of coordinating piping (you will need: waistband measurement x2 + 5") - SF101 Fusible Interfacing (1/2 yard of 20" wide) - sew on skirt hook & eye closures (1...

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Spooky Cookies Ruffled Half Apron

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Spooky Cookies Ruffled Half Apron

Ruffled Half Apron You'll need: - Exterior fabric: Fat Quarter (approx 30" wide x 18" long) "Spooky Cookies"  - Lining Fabric: Fat Quarter (approx 30" wide x 18" long) black Kona cotton  - Ruffle & Waistband: 2/3 yard solid orange Kona cotton - matching thread   This ruffled half apron sews together pretty quickly! The trickiest part is gathering the orange ruffles. Go slowly and you'll be great!   Let's start with cutting our pieces!  - Ruffles (you need 2 strips that we will join together later): 3.5" x WOF (width of fabric) - Waistband (you need 2 strips that we...

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Border Print Wrap Skirt Tutorial

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Border Print Wrap Skirt Tutorial
This wrap skirt is an easy intro to skirt making with a flattering gathered silhouette and snap closure- no zippers required! Made with our "Main Street Sweets" Border Print and coordinating Sprinkles.

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Quick 10 Minute Pillowcase

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Quick 10 Minute Pillowcase

Need a quick gift? Want to give your bedroom set a refresher? This 10 Minute Pillowcase is for you!  You'll need a 22" by WOF (width of fabric that is minimum ~58" wide) WOVEN fabric for EACH pillow case.  In this tutorial we are using the "Main Street Sweets Border Print" in Woven.  STEP 1: You should be starting with a 22" x WOF piece with the border running along the short edges.  STEP 2: Trim the selvage off the short edges. I measured 5" from the bottom of the pink scallops to ensure the edges would be even.  STEP...

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Easy Infinity Scarf

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Easy Infinity Scarf

You'll need: - half a yard of minky fabric (This is our Mouseflakes Blue minky) Start with a true half of minky fabric (about 18" x 60"). You can use a fat half and cut/piece it together, but you should have a piece of fabric that is about 18" tall x 60" wide. A little shorter than 60" is ok, but it should be at least 56" or it will be hard to do a double loop around your neck. Fold the fabric right sides together along the long edge (hot dog style). Clip or pin.  Sew along the long...

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