Guest Blogger: Tutorial Roundup by Pin. Sew. Press.

Pin. Sew. Press. is a new blog that is packed with inspiring finished projects, beautiful photos, quilty goodness and much more!  Everything that Mary of Pin. Sew. Press. makes is constructed beautifully and made out of the cutest fabrics; she has a great eye for design.

Mary’s post will give you some ideas for some last-minute gift ideas for Mother’s Day.  You’ve still got a couple of days left to make something.  Thanks, Mary for compiling this great round-up!

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Last Minute Sewing for Mom:

Tutorial Roundup by Pin. Sew. Press.

It’s almost Mother’s Day!  How about a handmade gift for Mom this year?

Here are some of my favorite free online tutorials, and I’ve sewn them all!

For the Home

1: Grocery Bag Dispensers, 2: Fabric Basket and coasters (coasters are my own design – no pattern)

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Accessories

1: Patchwork Pencil Pouch, 2: Stylish Pen Case, 3: Quilted Bible Cover

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Bags

Row 1: Buttercup Bag, Simple Six-Pocket Tote
Row 2:
Phoebe Bags
Row 3:
Pleated Totes

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There you have it!  Now go sew something nice for your mom!

Happy sewing!

Mary

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11 Responses

  1. Great ideas, Mary! You are so talented!!

  2. Yes she does do everything really nice! Has inspired me on more than few tutes!!
    Thank you Mary!

  3. thanx so much for the link fab lady just like your self!!!! x

  4. I really like those patchwork grocery bag dispensers! Mine was made up out of a white vintage pillowcase, but has almost seen the end of its days… Will consider this idea for the future!

  5. thanks for all the links Mary! I have to say that mother’s day kinda crept up on me this year. I need to make something for my mom and MIL, but it’s gonna be late this year!

  6. i love the shape of the buttercup bag–and your fabric choice. thanks for the link!

  7. Oooh, love the fabric basket, and great directions. Thanks for the tutorial!

  8. Maybe file this under “tutorials” as well?

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