Here is a great project for your own kitchen or to use as gifts. I just measured my favorite size kitchen towel and added 2 inches for the initial cut. Always pre-shrink your fabrics when sewing anything that will be washed again and again. It may still shrink a bit over time, but will keep…

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We have a cold, cold weekend ahead of us in Minnesota. This will be the perfect time to sew up a few Heated Rice Bags.   Sort through those scraps left from holiday sewing – I will be using flannel today, but quilters cotton works great too. I have a mix of white rice, flax…

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2020 was a crazy year for everyone. I had a surge of fabric and mask sales in April 2020 that kept me busy for months! I was also able to give my wholesale sights a bit more attention and now have my buckets in over 20 small brick and mortar and online shops. During the…

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2020 was a crazy, crazy year. Shaggy Baggy saw some great growth and I plan to carry it into 2021 and beyond! I am starting the year by joining Julie at The Intrepid Thread for her Sew365Project.  My goal won’t be to sew everyday this year – I already do that, but I want to sew…

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I am making dish towels for Christmas gifts, but they can be used and given all year long. I found these waffle towels in a pack of 4 online. They are a nice size at 16 x 24 inches. I want to use up some scraps from my stash, so I chose to add one…

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I have been prioritizing a little time every week to make something new. This week, I am back to repurposing t-shirts. I can’t begin to guess how many t-shirts I have cut up and repurposed over the years. If you do a “t-shirt repurpose” search on Pinterest, you will find more projects that you can…

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I am determined to stay busy while at home this month.  I want to bake something new every week and create something new every week – maybe some new items for the shop, but hopefully just some home sewing and craft projects I never seem to get done. Last week I ordered a kit to…

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Stay home to flatten the curve. Stay home Save Lives. Self quarantine. All these new phrases and new feelings in our Country right now as we deal with the Coronavirus. If you are looking for some affordable and easy craft and sewing ideas – I suggest you start with  YouTube and Pinterest A link to my Pinterest…

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I am always looking for easy ways to use less plastic at home. These re-usable snack bags are an easy and quick diy. Not a new idea from me,  just my version of many – you can find more ideas on Pinterest for these snack bags and other great ways to create less waste. My…

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Almost at the halfway mark with my 30 bags in 30 days for June. I am taking lots of time to use up lots of fabrics from my ever growing stash. I love mixing colors and patterns. Each bag is a little different so there will be lots of unique choices in the ETSY shop by…

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