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Nikki's Studio: Custom Knit: #396 Poncho by Bergere de France   (note: need to purchase pattern)

Poncho in Bergere de France Magic+ - Discover more Patterns by Bergere de France at LoveKnitting. The world's largest range of knitting supplies - we stock patterns, yarn, needles and books from all of your favorite brands.

100+ Free Tote Bag Patterns Rounded Up in one place. All patterns and projects are free with step by step instructions. Includes minis, over-sized and more.

100 Free Tote Bag Patterns Rounded Up in one place. All patterns and projects are free with step by step instructions. Includes minis, over-sized and more.

tee tunic

This easy-to-sew tunic pattern only has two pieces and is free in women's size L! Quick, easy-sewing tutorial, perfect for spring. Try this fun DIY project when you need a new project idea.

100 plus fat quarter projects. All patterns are free with step by step instructions. The Sewing Loft #sewing #fatquarter

easy to sew fat quarter projects. All patterns and projects are free with step by step instructions. Includes clothing, gift ideas, handbags and home~

Free Sewing Project And Tutorial – Fabric Cord Keeper

Tutorial: DIY Cord Keeper From Fabric Scraps I think I will do this just a bit different. I want to have the cord keeper attacked and not so big. Each cord will get its own.

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DIY Fabric Phone Charging Station Hanging phone charging station sewing pattern and tutorial. This is such a great idea to keep cords contained! Want great ideas concerning arts and crafts? Head out to my amazing site!

I’m always on the hunt for cute projects to make with fat quarters! I seem to pick them up so often when I’m out at the fabric store – it’s a little like how kids feel in those those candy aisles in t

I’m always on the hunt for cute projects to make with fat quarters! I seem to pick them up so often when I’m out at the fabric store – it’s a little like how kids feel in those those candy aisles in the Target checkout line.