A handful of new sewing tutorials | How About Orange

June 25, 2012

A handful of new sewing tutorials

If you haven't poked around Sew 4 Home lately, you might be missing a recent burst of free sewing tutorials. They're posting projects that show off some new fabric collections on the market. Check out a DIY color-blocked duvet cover and bolster pillow, above.

Or get free patterns for making vintage-looking kitchen stuff, including a pleated apron, oven mitts, and a toaster cozy. You know, just in case you've cranked your air conditioning up too high and your toaster gets chilly.

Here's a triangle-patterned table runner project. Find even more tutorials right here.

12 comments:

Grandma G said...

Yes, a great place to find tutorials! I've been there!

Mum

Rebecca said...

That triangle table runner would make a great quilt. Love the boldness!

Barbara said...

I read each of their posts in Google Reader, just as I do yours. It's a great site! The last thing I sewed used their instructions - for a binkie leash for my brand new granddaughter. Their tutorials are so beautifully written and illustrated that a beginner just cannot go wrong.

Nina said...

I've actually been thinking of making a toaster cosy, but I'm calling it a dust cover. We don't make toast every day, and toasted dust smells bad! It'll probably never happen, though...

Emma said...

yes yes yes to the apron!

Kara-Kara Pumpkineater said...

Thanks so much for the information! I haven't heard of this site before and am really excited to check it out. :)

Bárbara Fernández-Directora de arte said...

Love it <3
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Sweeter Hours said...

Oooo I heart that table runner. Might just have to make. Thanks for sharing!

able mabel said...

That apron is beautiful!!

Caitlin Schlamb said...

LOVE that apron, super neat! thanks!!

Samantha said...

Thanks for the link; I'm going to love that site!

Sherrie said...

Oh my! Thank you for bringing me to Sew 4 Home site. So much beautiful inspiration. I just might have to take the dust cover (cozy) off my sewing machine.

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