This is part three of my floor cushion and ottoman project. Part One discussed the foam and covering them. Part Two gave step by step instructions on making removable covers. Part Three discusses the ottoman cover I sewed to store all the cushions.
This is a continuation of my floor cushion/ottoman project. Part One discussed cutting foam, covering them with batting, and making a cover for each. This post will show my process step-by-step of making the removable covers. Part Three will discuss
If you've seen my recent curtain post, you saw my fairly empty family room. We have blue couches, a tv, and now curtains! My kids, even with the large sectional, will often choose to sit on the floor so they can stretch out. My sister recently sewed her kids some stuffed floor cushions that they love, plus she used old foam
At the end of March I did a Very Big Project, which I'll be sharing over 2-3 blog posts. But I also had some other projects in February and March that I want to share, and since almost all of those were kid clothes, I will share them first and then write about the big project.
First, rain coats. I made each of my daughters raincoats from
Somehow it's the middle of March and I haven't posted any of my sewing so far this year! When I look back at my projects, most of my January sewing was curtains, so this post will concentrate on that.
Decorating does not come naturally me, and since I have moved here, I've spent a lot more time on Pinterest than I ever did before. I knew that I would most likely end up making my own curtains, but I spent time searching
It's the last day of the year and I decided to count how many things I made this year. I have a Crafts folder on my computer where I can easily store pictures of my sewing and other crafty projects. Counting just the sewn items
Last week I decided to get started on Christmas presents. I try to not overload myself with sewing obligation each year, but I always have a handful of projects. My kids each give a gift to one of their cousins each year. The first project was for my 17-month old niece. I decided to make her a Peppermint Swirl Dress by Candy Castle Patterns. Since this is
Yesterday my son turned 8 and was baptized a member of our church. Last year when my oldest was going to be baptized, I first developed the Sweet Sunday Bag. I made a test version first and gave that bag to my son. For his own baptism I wanted
I've gone away from my usual knit projects this month and worked entirely with wovens! This means I've spent much more time on muslins and fitting. My body is still shaped differently from my newest baby. The weight is almost all off but the extra inches are very happy where they are! I am about a size larger than before. I also don't have