Category Archives: Free Craft Projects

Fly Your Own Flag- Summer

by Jamie Fingal Summer in the City – Make three Summer themed prayer flags using fused scraps.  Follow these quick and easy instructions:     See more creations by Jamie Fingal @ http://www.JamieFingalDesigns.com/  Click here to download a FREE eBook for … Continue reading

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Free and Easy Craft Project to Create This Spring:

Fly Your Own Flag this Spring By Jamie Fingal I am excited to tell all of you that I am a new fabric designer and my very first line is titled Home is Where Your Story Begins ,by Hoffman California Fabrics.  So … Continue reading

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Craft Project – Fly Your Own Flags

By Jamie Fingal Jamie is author, teacher, and now, fabric designer!  Be sure to visit Hoffman Fabrics and check out the Heart & Soul Sisters line.  This fabric line is also featured in our “Cut to the Point” Quilt Contest … Continue reading

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Free Project: Make a Messenger Bag & iPad Case

Messenger Bag & iPad Case by Liz Kettle Nothing says back to school like a brand new book bag! Times have changed though, and in addition to the traditional bag, we need an iPad or Tablet case too. These simple … Continue reading

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How to make a scarf: Chenille Style!

Chenille Scarf by Ruth Chandler This technique uses a special rotary cutter that has a guide on the bottom of the blade to prevent all layers of fabric from being cut. There are two ways to accomplish the fraying that … Continue reading

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