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These are the Banyan Batiks fat quarters used for my version of the table runner.

6 Banyan Batiks fat quarters for a modern table runner

Yesterday I showed you how to finish up your Roll & Go sewing organizer made from Banyan Batik African Violets ...
Corners can be slightly rounded for a nicer finish.

Finishing the Roll and Go sewing organizer

Yesterday we got all the bits and pieces of the Banyan Batiks African Violets put together. Now it's time to ...
Sew the ribbon trim in place over the seam lines.

Sewing and quilting the Roll and Go sewing organizer!

Yesterday I showed you how to cut the pieces for your Roll & Go sewing organizer using fat quarters from ...
Making a Roll & Go with Banyan Batiks African Violets collection!

Making a Roll & Go with Banyan Batiks African Violets collection!

In my QUILTsocial posts Making a modern quilt design using traditional quilt blocks in September 2018, I showed you how to ...
The jean waistband makes for a solid foundation for this Band Together Tote. Coats Denim, Jean Topstitching and All Purpose threads used to recycle denim.

Band Together Tote gets everyone smiling

Just like the Denim Bracelets Trio yesterday, here's another recycling denim project that stretches the imagination. The Band Together Tote ...
Denim Bracelet Trio can be made simply as shown, or perhaps try adding your own embroidery or decorative stitches before assembly.

Denim Bracelet Trio, no one will ever guess!

All week I've shared some cool denim recycling ideas created by Linda Griepentrog, did you try the Shirr Thing Bag ...
Right on trend: a shirred bag sewn with Coats Dual Duty XP Denim and Jean Thread

Making the Shirr Thing Bag

Welcome to the third day of recycling jeans into cool sewing projects! Yesterday, I posted about making a Denim Notebook ...
Denim Book Cover: strength meets elegance; free pattern using Coats Denim and Jean threads

The beauty and strength of a denim notebook cover

Did you manage to finish up the Denim Organizer from yesterday? It's a great accessory for a  quilting studio. You ...
Here's one super idea to recycle those jeans you no longer use and still feel good about making more use of them. It's both creative and practical.

Recycling denims using Coats Dual Duty XP and Plus threads

What can you do with denim pants you no longer want to wear, other than getting rid of them? We ...
Sew ends of cording fabric together.

How to make and apply covered cording properly

Yesterday I showed you how to sew the strips together and quilt the bench pillow top. Today I'll show you how ...
Stitch with lightweight or monofilament (invisible) thread.

Arrange strips, sew and spray baste, finishing up a garden cushion cover

Yesterday I listed the materials necessary to sew some strips to create your own version of this bench pillow, so perfect for a ...
Bench cushion

Making a cushion cover for the porch

Yesterday I showed you how to use some 10" fabric squares along with Therm Fleece to make some attractive and ...
Bowl cozies using a variety of fabrics and corner finishes

5 easy steps to finish your bowl cozy

Yesterday I showed you how to get started making an easy and useful project - a bowl cozy - using 2 ...
Bowl cozy made from 2 squares of fabric and Therm Fleece

Bowl cozies: a fun and useful project!

In June 2018, I showed you how to use Therm Fleece to make some coasters and mug rugs, in my ...
Carrying bag beside quilted game pieces

Completing the quilted tic tac toe game set

I've had some serious fun this week sewing Banyan Batiks's Recess fabric into a quilted game. There's still a little ...
Quilted game board made with Recess fabric line

Making a quilted tic tac toe game board

This week has been all about the fun of creating using Banyan Batiks. One of the newest lines to be ...
Five completed pieced O blocks.

Piecing O blocks for quilted game using trendy Banyan Batiks, Recess

Are we having fun yet? In yesterday's post, we made pieced X blocks for our quilted game. Today we'll use ...
Pieced X blocks

Piecing X blocks for quilted game using exhilarating Banyan Batiks, Recess

Let the sewing fun begin! In yesterday's post, we followed the cutting directions for the pieced X and O blocks ...
Finished coasters using HeatnBond EZ print sheets for the appliqué shapes and Therm Fleece for the batting

Using fusible web for an easy finish for appliqued coasters

Yesterday I showed you how to use HeatnBond EZ print sheets to prepare some appliqué shapes and make a coaster ...
Applique designs printed on HeatnBond EZ Print Lite

How to use fusible web that goes in your printer and its characteristics

Yesterday I showed you how to finish the tote bag with textured pockets made with Stitch-N-Steam and handles made with ...
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