Fleece Ear Warmer Headband DIY Bow Style
Make this cute Fleece Ear Warmer Headband DIY with bow styling. Great step by step instructions with pictures. Makes a great handmade gift.
Simple Fingerless Gloves & Arm Warmers With Patterns
Simple Fingerless Gloves & Arm Warmers With Patterns: This is a simple instructable for making beautiful & warm fingerless gloves or arm warmers. This should take you less than an hour to make one pair. Once you make one, you'll be able to make more faster and with ease. I've included several of my…
Sweet Little Fleece Bunny Tutorial
I think our children are some of the last to have Spring Break. Most of our friends had their Spring Break back in March. Ours is this week! So to kick things off, Kaylee and
How To Make a Fleece Neck Warmer - With 3-Sized Neck Warmer Pattern - AppleGreen Cottage
Sew a fleece neck warmer or cowl scarf with this neck warmer pattern - easy and super quick!
Super Simple Fleece Hat - Sugar Bee Crafts
If you are looking for a Super Simple sewing project idea, THIS is it! There is only one straight line to sew, and it doesn’t have to be that straight, fleece is very forgiving 😉 This is a great first sewing project for a beginner! This post contains Amazon affiliate links for which I receive...Read More »
Design Your Own Fleece Snuggle Buddy Hedgehog for Sugar | Etsy
PICK YOUR OWN Pattern and/or Colors! This is for one Custom Designed Snuggle Buddy, a great way to match your current cage sets. PICK your quill COLORS: You can pick as many as 5 different solid colors in any arrangement, OR mix and match with any currently available prints. ITEM DETAILS: *Measure
15 baby toys that you can make for free
Who said babies have to be expensive? I am due in a few weeks with baby #3 and let me tell you that I have learned that you don't need most of the baby stuff
Soft Rattle Balls to Sew: Free Tutorial - whileshenaps.com
Sew a basket full of soft rattle balls in a rainbow of colors (or do all black and white!). These are a great toddler toy, and they’re also fun juggling balls for older kids. To make a soft rattle ball you’ll need: two 8″ x 5″ scraps of fabric (I used fleece, but almost any... Read More »