Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Joey Pouches for Wildlife ~ Easy Sew Scrapbusting

Late last year, I sewed my first ever item for an animal - joey pouches for injured Australian wildlife. These little pouches were super easy to sew, and making them has used up some of my flannelette stash.

Sewing joey pouches to help injured Australian wildlife ~ Threading My Way

Saturday, 10 February 2018

Threading Your Way ~ Features

This week's features (all have been Pinned)...

Some awesome baskets, added to the Fabric Baskets link party. It's time I experimented with the embroidery stitches on my machine...

Embroidered Fabric Baskets by Daryl, from Patchouli Moon Studio... this week's featured blog. Daryl, look out for your blog button in my sidebar. If you like to sew bags, Patchouli Moon Studio is a must read. While you are over there, check out Daryl's 

Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Scrap Busting ~ Flannelette Quilt

Another quilt finished! This was such a quick make, and I'm really happy with the result, especially given that the top is made entirely from flannelette scraps.

Scrap busting flannelette quilt made with small sqares of fabric ~ Threading My Way

Sunday, 4 February 2018

Showcasing ~ Reusable Cotton Produce Bags ~ Tutorial

We all know about the problems associated with plastic. Thankfully, in many parts of the world, shops are not allowed to hand out single use plastic bags. Today's showcased tutorial highlights the use of reusable bags for carrying fruit, vegetables and bread.

Learn how to make reusable, cotton produce bags. Tutorial by Tea and a Sewing Machine.

Saturday, 3 February 2018

Silk Screen Printed Silhouette Quilt ~ Progress

It's almost two years since I showed you how the silk screened silhouette is progressing. This quilt has been four years in the making, with the majority of the time spent deliberating how to attack each upcoming stage.

Silk screen printed silhouette quilt ~ Threading My Way

Thursday, 1 February 2018

Drawstring Library Bag

Children have a habit of growing up, and way too quickly. What was once cute becomes babyish all too quickly. Little Miss presented me with some fabric to make a new library bag - one that was more suited to her age.

Learn how to make a lined drawstring library bag ~ Threading My Way