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  • On the Surface | Potato Printing

    Hey! We have an exciting new series of tutorials for you. We are going to be showing you how to design fabric using all types of surface printing techniques. We are partnering with Dharma Trading Co. aka our favorite resource for buying basic high quality fabrics and surface design supplies. Our first tutorial is Potato […]

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  • Cinch Pouch Tutorial

    I can’t believe it’s already May and Mothers Day is next week! Jen and I made these cute little cinch pouches for our Moms. We are going to fill them with surprises! They make great presents because they are super easy and you can make them using scrap fabric. Because I am using scrap fabric, […]

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  • Holiday Ornaments

    I’ve noticed a lot of these little guys popping up in Instagram, on Pinterest, etc. so I thought I’d round them up here in case you’re looking for a quick little holiday project! You can get the patterns and tutorials for the Narwhal here and the Owl here!

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  • IKEA Serger Table

    Kind of an odd post for me today, how to hack this MICKE IKEA desk into a table fit for your messy serger. I’ve had a non-ideal serger table for a few years now and with the addition of my coverstitch machine it became completely non-functional. Enter this MICKE desk. Nothing groundbreaking here but if […]

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  • 2013 Handmade Ornament Exchange | Snowy Owl

    It’s time for the 2013 Ornament Exchange ornament reveals! You may remember this exchange from last year, Kelli over at True Bias came up with the idea last year and I’m so excited to be a part of it for a second year. Last year I made this little Narwhal ornament and because I love […]

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  • Grainline Studio x Britex | Hemlock Tissue Tee Tutorial

    Have you downloaded your Hemlock Tee pattern yet? If not, head over here and grab it, if you have get ready, we’re going to sew it up really quick here. I used a serger for these tops, I think they work better with the tissue knits than a sewing machine does, but if you don’t […]

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