Looking for an adorable way to clean up your skincare routine? Replace your disposable cotton pads and makeup remover wipes with this sweet project. The Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies Pattern is a free, beginner-friendly crochet pattern that’s totally unique and makes for a great sustainable swap. This DIY makeup remover pad uses eco-friendly yarn made from 100% cotton, making it soft on your most sensitive skin. Use these crochet face pads to gently buff your cheeks during your cleansing routine for a deep clean that isn’t harsh on your skin or the planet. Find the *FREE* pattern for the Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies in this blog post!Continue reading “Daisy Crochet Face Scrubbies Pattern”
My Spring Handmade Bucket List + A FREE PROJECT PLANNER TEMPLATE!
Spring is almost here and I have so many projects planned to help me start the season in style! Check out everything on my sewing room table, an update on my knitting project, and a few fabrics I’m obsessing over plus a FREE Spring Handmade Bucket List download to help you plan your projects as well!Continue reading “My Spring Handmade Bucket List + A FREE PROJECT PLANNER TEMPLATE!”
My 2021 Handmade Bucket List + A FREE Printable!
The 2021 Handmade Bucket List is an easy-to-use tool to keep track of your DIY goals spanning many different projects. Bonus – there’s also a “Ta-Da” list space at the bottom where you can toot your own horn about what you’ve learned because let’s face it, you’re kind of a big deal! Download yours by signing up for my newsletter!
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5 DIY Holiday Gifts Using Scrap Fabric
Today I’m sew (geddit?!) excited to share my newest video on my YouTube channel with you guys: 5 Holiday Gifts To Sew Using Scrap Fabric! All of these gifts can be sewn in 10 minutes or less, and hand a handmade touch to your holiday gift giving.Continue reading “5 DIY Holiday Gifts Using Scrap Fabric”
Five Things On A Friday
With so many outdoor activities popping up lately, I’ve had trouble finding time to sit at my sewing machine. Lately, I’ve been itching for a simple project that I can complete in one quick sitting and still get a lot of use out of. I thought I’d share a few warm weather accessories I’m excited about whipping up, since I don’t think they’d take too much time and I can see myself grabbing for again and again through this season. Plus, all of these projects are excellent scrap busters which makes them all the better!Continue reading “Five Things On A Friday”