Thursday, July 24, 2014

Eight Free Christmas Patterns




Are you thinking about Christmas gifts yet? I'm starting to plan out my gifts for this year. It's never too soon to start, heres a list to inspire you. Scroll to the bottom and you'll find a pin friendly image for your Pinterest page.















Enjoy!


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Monday, July 7, 2014

Sewing Patterns for Kids




Looking for something to make the kids? Here's a list of fun and free projects. 








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Thursday, July 3, 2014

House Hot Pad Project


Supplies:
7" x 14" house fabric
7" x 10" roof fabric
3" x 5" window fabric
3" x 3" door fabric
6" x 12" fusile fleece
3" x 8" fusible webbing
4" ribbon
coordinating thread


Instructions:

Click here to get the pdf pattern pieces.

1. Cut two roof pieces with right sides facing and cut 2 house pieces. Trace the windows and doors onto fusible webbing and then press on to the corresponding fabric. Cut the pieces out. Arrange and iron the appliqu├ęs to one of the house body sides.



2. With right sides together arrange the roof on to the top of the house piece. Sew across using a 1/4" seam allowance. Open and press the seam.


3. Using the sewn house as a pattern piece cut out a piece of fusible fleece and iron it to the back of the house. Pin a loop of the ribbon to the top.



 4. Place the front of the house on top with right sides together. Sew around the outer edges leaving a 3" gap for turning. Clip any corners and turn right sides out. Press.



5. Tuck the raw edges into the opening and hand stitch closed.




Hope you had fun,


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Monday, June 30, 2014

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Making Your Own Customized Notebook


I am obsessed with notebooks and always have one with myself. Last summer I got a really awesome one in Toronto with sections. It was great but I have not been able to find another here. So when it ran out, I ended up just making my own buy printing out some lists. It was basic but pretty cool. It got my wheels turning.

I was pressed for time so I went on Etsy and Pinterest to search out some printables. There are TONS of them free and for a fee. I printed some of these file tabs, and these pages. And then I just got stuck at the ahhh-design website. Amanda Hawkins has all kinds of super cute printables. I ordered her calendar printables as well as printed a lot of her freebies.


I made a few other pages in my Photoshop program that were customized as well. Then I added some graph paper and some lined paper. Then for fin I added some colored papers. THEN, I found these awesome file folders at Target. I cut them apart to make dividers and covers for the notebook. Once I had the entire stack printed and ready to go I took them to my local print shop to have it spiral bound.


I have to say, it has been super fun to use. As soon as I fill this one up, I will be making more.

Have a great day,








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Monday, June 23, 2014

PDF Pattern Sale


Hey Hey,

My patterns are usually 6.95 and 9.95 but until July 4th they are marked down. Yipee! You can get any of them you've been thinking about for 5.00 and 8.00 all month long. They can be found in my Jennifer Jangles Shop and my Jangles Etsy Shop.

Have a great day,








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