There were lots of especially wonderful tutorials that linked to last week’s Tips and Tutorials Tuesday. I want to highlight a few of my favorites today in case you missed them.
Leslie from Seasoned Homemaker shared a perfectly written tutorial for a zippered box pouch. I can never have enough of these pouches in my life and my sewing room! And I love Leslie’s fabric choices and bright, pretty pictures.
Jenn from A Quarter Inch from the Edge linked up a post with the best title ever… The First Cut is the Deepest. If you’ve read Jenn’s blog before, you’ll know she’s blissfully obsessed with Kona colors. This time she’s gone completely and brilliantly over the edge and has chopped up all her color cards? Why?????? Click over and you will see her mad genius at work.
Yvonne from Quilting Jetgirl, my co-host from the 2015 New Bloggers Blog Hop (did you enter this week’s contest yet, by the way?), linked up a wonderful tutorial for her Lucent quilt, which was inspired by everyone’s favorite Swoon block. I can’t believe she gave us the awesome, generous gift of such a thorough, beautifully written tutorial for a whole quilt! You’ve got to Pin this one. It’s a keeper.
And Susan, from Super Mom No Cape, gave a little tip that is such a huge help! Have you ever had your binding strips end up looking like this, even when you’ve tried to be soooo careful when sewing them together?
Susan has figured out a couple of small adjustments you can easily make that will give you perfectly joined binding strips every time. Just like this…
Thank you all for linking up last week. Let’s do it again! Click on the LinkyTool button below to add any of your little sewing tips or your big, fantastic tutorials.