Prayer Plant
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by andrew
3y ago
Maranta leuconeura is probably the most reverent plant on earth. Every night at bedtime, its leaves fold up like praying hands. Combine that pious personality with crazy good looks, and you’ve got a plant worth quilting! This week Rob is working on a Prayer Plant quilt using layers of batik applique and Quick Bias Tape by Clover. Click HERE to learn how to make your own tropical masterpiece! The post Prayer Plant appeared first on Man Sewing ..read more
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Tool Pouch Tutorial
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by andrew
3y ago
Do you struggle to keep track of your sewing supplies? You are not alone! A tidy workspace is the dream, but we all know things can get a little messy when you’re in the middle of a project. Scissors get lost under piles of fabric. Pins roll off the table. Seam rippers hide under the edge of the machine. It’s chaos! Keep your sewing supplies organized and accessible with Rob’s new Tool Pouch. It has pockets and a trash holder, and it hangs right under the sewing machine! Click HERE to watch the video tutorial! The post Tool Pouch Tutorial appeared first on Man Sewing ..read more
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Sewing Machine Cover
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by andrew
3y ago
There is danger lurking in your sewing room. (Insert dramatic dun, dun, DUN!!!) You may not notice at first, but it’s there. Tiny particles of dust, fluff, and even pet hair are floating in the air—and they’re headed straight for your sewing machine. Those little bits of “stuff” can clog and damage the inner workings of your machine. That’s why it’s so important to protect it with a custom sewing machine cover. Click HERE to learn how to make a sewing machine cover that looks awesome and fits like a glove. It’s a quick, easy way to keep that machine running smoothly for years to come ..read more
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Ribbon Pole Quilt
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by andrew
3y ago
If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you bring? Rob would bring a massive stack of half-square triangles. Why? Half square triangles are the ultimate building block!  With a healthy supply of HSTs, you’ll be cranking out chevrons, stars, diamonds, and pinwheels ‘til the rescue ship arrives! This week Rob is using half-square triangles to make the Ribbon Pole quilt. You may know it as a Pole Twist, Ribbon Twist, or even DNA quilt.  Whatever the name, this pattern is quick, easy, and tons of fun! Click HERE to watch the tutorial! The post Ribbon Pole Quilt appeared first on M ..read more
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Checkmate Quilt
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by andrew
3y ago
There are so many fun hobbies in this world. Sports, cars, sewing, music, you name it! And for every collection, pastime, or talent, there’s sure to be a quilt to match! This week Rob Appell demonstrated how to make an amazing chess-themed quilt. Best of all, the chessboard background is an easy-to-make optical illusion. Click HERE to watch the tutorial! The post Checkmate Quilt appeared first on Man Sewing ..read more
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Fields From Above Quilt
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by andrew
3y ago
Have you ever looked out an airplane window and thought, “Hey, those fields look just like a patchwork quilt!” Rob certainly has, today he’s turning the tables. Fields From Above is a patchwork quilt that looks just like…a bunch of fields! Click HERE to learn how to make this cool aerial quilt! The post Fields From Above Quilt appeared first on Man Sewing ..read more
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Composition Book Cover
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by andrew
3y ago
Ordinary is fine. Plain vanilla ice cream. Chips without salsa. (An arm with no tattoos.) They’re all just fine… So when you pick up a new composition notebook, you can totally leave the cover alone. It’s fine. It’s “good enough.” It does the job. But…it’s also pretty darn “blah.” Spice up that plain ole notebook with a custom fabric book cover made out of 10 inch squares of precut fabric (aka layer cakes). It’s a quick and easy sewing project with tons of personality. Click HERE to watch the tutorial! The post Composition Book Cover appeared first on Man Sewing ..read more
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Body Bib
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by andrew
3y ago
Picture this: It’s spaghetti night and you’re wearing your favorite white polo. Or maybe you’re cruising down the road with a juicy hamburger in one hand (extra mustard, of course). Let’s face it: you need an bib. Rob’s Body Bib is a big, full-coverage adult bib that doesn’t need to be tied. The shoulders are weighted with Poly-Pellets, so it just rests in place – no fuss, no MESS! So go ahead, eat that big ole bowl of chili from the comfort of your favorite recliner. Say yes to tacos and spicy chicken wings and jelly-filled donuts. Life’s short; click HERE to learn how to keep it clean wi ..read more
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Coral Reef Quilt
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by andrew
3y ago
Are you on Santa’s nice list? If so, we hope he leaves a Shark Applicutter under your tree this year! That pint-sized rotary cutter navigates curves and tight corners with ease. This week Rob used it to fussy cut dozens of little fish for his freestyle applique Coral Reef quilt. This tropical quilt pattern leaves lots of room for creativity, and it’s a blast to put together! Click HERE to learn how to sew up your own tropical ocean scene! (Be sure to watch to the end for some great tips on free motion quilting!) The post Coral Reef Quilt appeared first on Man Sewing ..read more
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Canvas Firewood Carrier
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by andrew
3y ago
On the hunt for a cool, unique DIY gift? Rob’s Canvas Firewood Carrier is calling your name! Cuz no matter who you’re sewing for, you can bet Santa’s beard they love a crackling fire. This log carrier is super simple – just some canvas yardage and a couple of dowels, but when you load that puppy up, you’ll be hauling logs like Paul Bunyan himself. Click HERE to watch the tutorial! The post Canvas Firewood Carrier appeared first on Man Sewing ..read more
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