How to Make a Circular Christmas Gift Bag

How to Make a Circular Christmas Gift Bag

Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year, it's also the most wasteful time of year. What about making fabric bags? These will last and can be re-used indefinitely. 
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How to Make an Elf Christmas Stocking

How to Make an Elf Christmas Stocking

My favourite part of Christmas is hanging up the stockings, for me it marks the start of Christmas. I love the curled toe on this Elf stocking, the stuffing gives it definition and the bell on the toe reminds me of Christmas films...that and the fact that I can hear if someone is taking a sneaky peak...!
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How to Make a Christmas Dog Stocking

How to Make a Christmas Dog Stocking

Pets are family too and as such we include them all in our family celebrations.

This very easy dog stocking is 27cms high & 14cms wide. I used heat & bond to give it some structure and lined it (it looks better).
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How to Make a Wine Bottle Gift Bag

How to Make a Wine Bottle Gift Bag

We all know the tell tale shape of a bottle under the Christmas tree, most of us have received bottles in gift bags made from trees. Why not make a bottle bag with fabric so you can re-use it and re-gift it to someone else?

The Bottle Bag can be made to suit any occasion and re-gifting it will help to reduce waste and share the eco message.
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How to Make a Christmas Tree Skirt 

How to Make a Christmas Tree Skirt 

O' Christmas tree, O' christmas tree!! This Christmas Tree Skirt reminds me of a Poinsettia as it is a lovely star shape. It was made using some of my favourite christmas cotton fabric from this year's Fabric Love collection.

The finished skirt is 1.3m in diameter, it goes over the legs on the tree stand and cascades to the floor giving an elegant finish to your Christmas tree.
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A black felt halloween goody bag in the shape of a coffin

How to Make A Spooky Coffin Goody Bag

This coffin shaped goody bag is original, easy to make and will hold lots of goodies!
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A white halloween ghost goody bag

How to Make a Ghost Goody Bag

This Ghost goodie bag is brilliant fun, made with polycotton, it is slightly padded to give it structure, the strap can be cut to the size required and when you feed the ghost through its mouth it gets a lovely round tummy!
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A twirly full circle skirt made with a white polycotton fabric with large rainbow spots hanging on a washing line

Girls Circle Skirt - Free Pattern & Tutorial

This skirt is so versatile and is suitable for most fabrics from cotton to polycotton and if you’re feeling adventurous, cotton jersey.

This is a very easy beginners’ project; it won’t take long to make, and the result is twirl-tastic!
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How to Make Fabric Flowers

How to Make Fabric Flowers

I love having flowers in the house, they can brighten a room and lift your mood.

These beautiful fabric flowers are easy to make, provide colour all year round, they won't wilt and die but they may need the occasional hoovering!

I know it looks tricky but you just need to take your time and don't rush the sewing.

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A simple white skirt with red strawberries and hearts laid out on a table

Girl's Summer Panel Skirt - Free Downloadable Pattern

Nothing shouts summer like strawberries! This children’s summer skirt starts at 1-1.5 years up to aged 6-7. It has five panels, the central one at the front and has an elastic waist band. You can make this skirt extra twirly by making it with seven panels for more fullness.
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A bag made with a printed fabric with circular handles

How To Make The Boobie Bag

We were absolutely delighted when this Boobies fabric by Little Johnny arrived at Fabric Love and I couldn't wait to design something to make with it. Naturally it is difficult to make a bag with this design and call it anything other than "The Boobie Bag" but if this print feels a little too out there for you, it can be made in any other cotton fabric and would otherwise be named "The Bucket Bag"!
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Three chicken doorstops with text to describe the contents of the linked tutorial

How to Make a Chicken Door Stop

Spring has arrived! The sun is shining, my bunnies are bouncing around the garden and next doors chickens are clucking away.

It's getting warmer and with that in mind, I wanted to make something to prop the doors open (we live in an old Victorian, wonky house and none of the doors work properly). 

So Faith, Hope and Charity became my inspiration for Easter. This easy sewing project can be made with fat quarters and if you print the PDF pattern you can increase/decrease the size on a photocopier or printer.

Are you ready?

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