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25+ Free Pincushion Sewing Tutorials

A big round up of free pincushion sewing patterns and tutorials! Perfect fabric scrap projects and handmade gifts to sew - use a free pincushion pattern to sew something up quickly! #pincushion*

After sewing up 4 free pincushion sewing patterns earlier this month, I ended up with a huge list of other pincushion tutorials that I just loved! Instead of trying to sew them all, I figured I’d put them in one list post to share instead. Pincushions are such a fun gift to sew, they use up scraps really well, and are usually quick and easy. Between patchwork, english paper piecing, foundation paper piecing, embroidery, and felt accents, I think everyone will be able to find a tutorial that they just love!

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Natural Color by Sasha Duerr – Book Review

Natural dye projects have been popping up all over my Pinterest feed and I love to read about the different plants that create the rich hues! It’s easy to pop into a craft store and grab a bottle of synthetic dye, but natural dyes take a little more work. I’ve worked with indigo kits several times (see my favorite one here) and experimenting with natural dyes in the past, but this book acts as a true reference guide along with several craft project ideas to go with the dyes themselves.

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Free toddler pillow case pattern – tested!

If you’re looking for a free toddler pillowcase pattern, I tested out one of my friend’s tutorials and sewed up this colorful cover! I’ve saved minky fabric scraps but rarely use them, so this was the perfect project for me. My friend Shelly at Coral and Co. shares all sorts of fun things to sew for kids, if you use pinterest you have definitely seen her baby headband tutorial; and you can find the instructions for how to make your own toddler pillowcase in her blog post here.

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Modern Embroidery Sampler Pattern

Modern embroidery sampler

I finished a fun modern embroidery sampler!  I’ve been working on it slowly, for close to a year (I went back on Instagram to check my progress!). I really love embroidery samplers and trying different stitches out, it gives you the “finished project” rush of dopamine over and over again! I got hung up with what to do in the middle; the “color wheel” that I ended up with is far from perfect but I still like it. One of my favorite things about embroidery projects is that I always remember where I was when I worked on them, so I have fun family memories hanging on my wall.

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