Last year’s Tiny Dresden Party was so much fun I couldn’t let the month of January go by without celebrating all things Tiny Dresden again. This year’s party will take place January 16-30. So, what qualifies as tiny you ask? A Dresden of any style that measures 5 inches across or less is tiny in…… Continue reading Tiny Dresden Party 2019
After I made my first Easter Egg block and turned it into a cute little mug rug, I had another idea right away for a fun little scrappy Easter Egg. The fun polka dot fabric I used to make these projects were from a charm pack of Moda Grunge Dots from one of my favorite…… Continue reading Easter Egg Block Bonus Project!
The Easter Bunny will be here before we know it! Today, I’m sharing a little tutorial on how to make this sweet Easter Egg Block that finishes at 6.5 inches square. And click here to find a little bonus project!I made mine using just four squares from a charm pack, plus some scraps for the…… Continue reading Easter Egg Block Tutorial
Ready for some more mini dressen fun? Today, I’m sharing how I assemble the blades for the Minnie Dresden Pinnie and also some tips for preparing the center circle. Find Part 1 of this series here, and find the Mini Dresden Pinnie Tutorial here. You should have all 18 of your blades now cut and…… Continue reading Mini Dresden Pinnie Tips, Part 2
During the month of August, I made a pincushion every day for the pinnie parade on Instagram. I wanted to make a Dresden pincushion and printed out a template for a tiny Dresden. Apparently, I printed it out wrong, because nothing worked out right. I had to fiddle with the number of blades, the size…… Continue reading Mini Dresden Pinnie Tutorial
I am sure there are a ton of great tutorials out there on making cloth napkins, but I thought I'd share a quick one today for creating kid sized ones. We try to use cloth napkins at our house as often as possible. But, they are grown up sized and the boys aren't always as…… Continue reading Tutorial: Kids Cloth Napkins
Have some tiny treasured scraps that you can’t bear to throw away? Here’s an easy and quick tutorial for making fabric washi tape with even the smallest of scraps. Although this tutorial is mine, I can’t claim credit for the idea. I first saw this idea on Camille Roskelley’s Instagram page @thimbleblossoms. You’ll need: …… Continue reading Fabric Washi Tape Tutorial