What Are Jelly Rolls in Quilting? | Madam Sew
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by Catherine Jaynes
1w ago
What Are Jelly Rolls in Quilting? Have you ever wondered what are Jelly Rolls in quilting? If you are new to sewing or quilting, hearing the term Jelly Roll when referring to fabric cuts might be a bit confusing. In this blog, we are going to try to demystify this yummy term. If you are not new to quilting, we hope you still learn a few neat things, in this informational blog about Jelly Rolls, that you didn’t know before. So, read on and when you are done…let us know how you roll with Jelly Rolls. So…Is it jelly being rolled onto a piece of toast? Or a coffee roll for breakfast? No, b ..read more
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Free Headband Sewing Pattern | Madam Sew
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by An Kessene
2w ago
Free headband sewing pattern and tutorial: How to sew a fleece headband Learn how to sew a cute and cozy ear warmer headband with a knotted front made of heavenly soft and warm fleece with this fast and easy sewing tutorial. I love this headband pattern because it’s both beautiful, functional and it doesn’t take much time to sew! Make it for yourself or gift it to friends or family. This headband will keep your ears nice and toasty this winter. It has 2 layers of fleece, so you can wear it on both sides if you want. For the people among us with long hair, you can wear your hair up to run or ..read more
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5 Dress Patterns - Free Download | Madam Sew
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by An Kesenne
1M ago
5 Dress Patterns Free For You to Use! Take a look at these free dress patterns! That’s right! These sewing patterns are for free, PDF downloadable and printable at home. How great is that! A dress pattern isn’t necessarily expensive and we do want to support the indie designers that are making a living out of their talent! Sharing a pattern for free is often a way to show their talent to a wider audience and for us sewers it’s a way of discovering new designers and maybe taking a first step in making clothes. It’s a smaller step if you don’t have to dig too deep in your wallet to get started ..read more
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Quilted Winter Table Runner | Madam Sew
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by Carole Carter
1M ago
Winter Table Runner Using Speed Piecing Techniques Cool blues and white are the perfect choice for a winter table runner. This classic block can be put together two ways to create two different looks, so you can choose the look you like best. For this project, we’ll use a couple of speed piecing techniques that we’ve looked at before, but using them together makes this a project you can finish in a weekend. Prepare your equipment. You’ll need your sewing machine with a new needle, a 1/4-inch quilting foot and a walking foot for quilting, Thread, Needles, Straight Pins (Glass head pins pre ..read more
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Best in SEW! | Madam Sew
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by James
1M ago
Best in SEW! November Inspiration from the MadamSew Facebook Groups Our MadamSew Facebook Groups are a vibrant community of sewists and quilters from around the world - sharing their everyday lives, their projects, and their tips, tricks and hacks about sewing and quilting! It truly is an encouraging, inspiring, talented and generous sewing community that was built over the years. Check it out for yourself or read on! Because not all of you are on Facebook, here’s a snapshot of what was popular in our Facebook Sewing Group and Quilting Group in November 2022. The Blessing of the Quilts O ..read more
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How to make fabric leaves from sleeves | MadamSew
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by James
2M ago
Let’s Make Leaves From Sleeves ! In this sewing tutorial you’ll learn how to make fabric leaves from old shirts. We’ll explain step by step how to cut the shapes and draw the veins on the fabric with your sewing machine. And what’s best, you can repurpose and reuse some old shirts for these DIY fall leaves! This is a fun project to do with kids because as you see in these pictures the leaves don’t have to be perfect and the actual sewing for this project is more like drawing with thread on fabric so kids can be creative and not worry about sewing straight lines or adhering to a pattern. Th ..read more
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Hand Sewing Basics: How to Sew on a Button - Three Types | MadamSew
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by Catherine Jaynes
2M ago
Hand Sewing Basics: How to Sew on a Button - Three Types Have you ever tried to get ready to go somewhere and wished you knew how to sew on a button because one just fell off the shirt, pants, etc. as you were getting dressed? Or maybe it’s missing or you are working on a sewing, quilting or crafting project that requires a button. If so, this “how to tutorial blog” is for you. If you already know how to sew on a button, that is awesome. Though, maybe you’ll want to read this and let our readers know if you do it differently than I do. In this tutorial, we’ll cover how to hand sew three ..read more
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The MadamSew Free Sweater Dress Pattern | Madam Sew
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by Jacquelyn Whisler
2M ago
Sewing with a PDF Pattern - FREE SWEATER DRESS DOWNLOAD Tips and Tricks Are you new to using PDF sewing patterns? At first glance, they can be pretty intimidating. All those pages to print out! What will happen if I tape them together wrong? How do I know I have the correct size? Well, with a few tips from us here at MadamSew you’ll be sewing in no time and have a new dress to wear by tomorrow! We have designed a beginner level clothing pattern of a cozy and stylish turtleneck sweater dress. Free for you to download and make! Yes, you read it right, FREE !!! You can print one file with the ..read more
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Make Your Own Festive and Easy Tree Skirt | MadamSew
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by Carole Carter
3M ago
Make Your Own Festive and Easy Tree Skirt Are you looking for homemade christmas tree skirt ideas? Christmas is coming, and today MadamSew brings you a project that is quick and easy to add to your festive trimmings this year! Making your own tree skirt goes really quickly and makes a wonderful addition to your holiday decor. It would also be a great gift for someone on your list. Using a combination of pretty prints, you can make the skirt all the same with just one fabric, or combine two, three or four, or even eight fabrics for different looks. The xmas tree skirt goes together with no bi ..read more
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Round up October Weekly Winners | MADAMSEW
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by Fontaine James
3M ago
Round up October Weekly Winners Our MadamSew Facebook Group is a vibrant community of sewers and quilters from around the world - sharing their everyday lives, projects, and tips and tricks! And now here’s a snapshot of what was popular in our Facebook Sewing Group in October! Project of the Week! Chelsea Schwark made a sassy witch for Halloween! Join our Sewing Club! Save 10% on your first order Be the first to know about our tutorials, weekly deals and so much more! NAME* EMAIL Value is required SUBSCRIBE ME Thank you! Member of the week! Sophie Magico made a perfect ginger ..read more
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