These are a few of my favorite things…

At our guild meeting on Thursday, I shared some of my favorite, mostly free, quick projects and tutorials. As promised, here are the links to my favorite things. Rachel has also contributed a link to an infinity scarf that she showed off a year or two ago, and an easy beanie tutorial that she would love to try. Let us know if you try one! ~Samantha

In Color Order: Lined Drawstring Bag Tutorial
Lined Drawstring Bag by Jeni Baker of Tutorial and one bag size are free. Pay for the pattern to get all the sizes
open wide zippered pouch tutorial size chart - Noodlehead
Open Wide Zipper Pouch by Free pattern and tutorial for all three sizes.
kelbysews: 1 Hour Basket Tutorial
One Hour Basket by Pay for the pattern and make one for everyone you know! Takes me longer than one hour to make, but OH SO USEFUL!
Sew a Sunglasses Case - Melly Sews
Snappy Sunglasses Case by Free pattern and tutorial. Quilted to protect your glasses, snap closure made with measuring tape
Soup Bowl Cozy Pattern – Happy Hour Stitches
Soup Bowl Cozy by Free pattern and tutorial. Great for leftover layer cakes and odd pieces of batting
Two Brown Birds: FREE PATTERN
Travel Tissue Cover by Free pattern and tutorial. Super quick and easy. Pair with a matching mask, hand lotion, or hand sanitizer for a homemade gift.
The Sewing Chick | Tutorial — Quilt-as-you-go Thread Catcher
Thread Catcher by Sew Lux Fabric has kits. Free pattern and tutorial. Uses the quilt-as-you-go method.
Sideline Scarf - FREE Pattern Included — Urban Sewciety Blog
Sideline Scarf with zipper pocket by Urban Sewciety- Free pattern
Introducing the FREE Workhorse Patterns x Sewcialists Beanie Pattern! –  Sewcialists
The Sewcialists Beanie– Free pattern

Twice Cut Drunkards Path – SOLD OUT

Do you want to learn how to sew no-pin curves and learn how to use this skill in an exciting new way? In this class we get our heads around the twice-cut (or sometimes trice-cut) Drunkard’s Path block and the fun and unlimited ways of using this technique. We will sew blocks from the Hole Punch Ribbon and Hole Punch Hoop Quilts but also look at how you can design your own twice-cut Drunkard’s Path block.

The class is suitable for anyone with a few machine-quilting (or garment-making) projects under their belt but it’s also a great way for the experienced sewer to widen their repertoire and push themselves creatively.

Join Jenny Haynes of Papper Sax Sten for an online zoom workshop on August 22, 9:00- 2:00 EST