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Required Supplies:
3/4 yard for body
1/3 yard for cuff
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Super Simple Microwavable Bowl Cozy
Microwave in 2 minute increments. Machine wash Cold.  (10'' x 10'')

See the video tutorial here


 Scandinavian Fabric Stars

CLICK for tutorial written by Crafting a Rainbow


Heart Shaped Zippered Pouch (by Erin Erickson of Dog Under my Desk)
     See the full TUTORIAL HERE!


Hot Stuff Oven Mitt Video Tutorial!
This video works in conjunction with the Hot Stuff Oven Mitt Kit (order one here). Silicone Mitt Covers are also available!!


Crumb Quilt Mug Rug!
(See original tutorial here)


Written Directions posted HERE (enlarge video for best quality)

(photo shown above) Lining up Nose Strip - place strip 1/2'' down from top - leave 4'' opening on opposite edge for turning.   

Finished Mask with stitching for reference:


Quick and Easy Mug Rugs

Step 1: Sew squares into 2 rows of 3 squares each. (Fabric 1 & Fabric 2 should be sewn in the following order: 121 & 212. This will give you two coasters with contrasting fronts and backs.)

Step 3: Place one strip right sides together, remembering to match the seams. Finger press down the fold. Open and cut along fold line. Repeat with second strip. This will give you the front and back of two mug rugs.

Step 5: Place batting on what would be the front of the mug rug.  Doing this will keep the seam to the back when turned right side out. Pin through all layers, sew 1/4" seam, leaving a 2 1/2" opening for turning. Clip the corners, being careful not to cut your seams and turn right side out. You can use a pencil to push out the corners once turned.

This pattern was adapted from a tutorial produced by The National Quilters Circle.

Crochet Fish Scrubbies

This pattern was written by ChiWei of 1DogWoof.
For additional help with this pattern, please visit their blog by clicking here!