It’s National Camping Month and time to get outdoors and enjoy the sun while it is here! Using Butterick 4251 we gave this tepee an extra hint of adventure with some dinosaur teeth and eyes! Customize for the kids and be creative! A castle for the princess, a circus tent for the acrobat, or maybe a camo tent for the adventurer, the options are endless!
This little travel organizer can have so many different uses and it rolls up nicely to be stashed away! You can use this for your toiletries, art supplies, make-up brushes, chef knife set, and just about anything else you can think of! It’s is easy to adjust the size to fit whatever goodies you need. These new prints offer gorgeous colour, prints, and patterns. Use vinyl for toiletries or brushes to make it easy to wipe and clean. Or you could even use terrycloth for a full bathroom feel. With so many options this organizer can meet so many needs!
This holster won’t defend you from cowboys but it will help you prepare for dinner! Use denim to create the apron and then add rings, snaps, hooks, and even a beverage cozy! It has everything you need to get your BBQ on!
Golf season is in full swing! Your game might be a little rusty after the cold winter but you’ll look like a pro with some custom made golf club covers! We used outdoor home decor fabric for its durability and ability to withstand weather elements. Lined with a cotton fabric and cording around the edges. You can add appliques to the top to help identify which clubs are which!
To make 3 covers, 2 small and 1 larger you will require :
0.5m of outdoor fabric
0.8m of cotton fabric
Optional: Bias tape for the bottom of the cover or you can use scraps from your fabric and make a bias strip
2. Sew the rectangle to one of the club pieces, right sides together with 5/8″ seam allowance. To get nice and close to the edge of the piping use a zipper foot. Repeat with the other club piece on the other side.
3. Baste the pellon to the lining pieces and repeat step 2.
4. Turn the lining inside out and pull over the top of the fabric piece so good sides are together and the seams are matching. Sew the lining and fabric together at the ‘L’ seam jutting out from the club piece and the remainder of the rectangle piece.
5. Snip corners and trim fabric where needed. Flip right side out. Press the seams.
6. Attach bias binding to the bottom edge of the golf club cover. Make sure you fold over the end so you have a clean finish. You can also use a scrap fabric to make the bias binding.
7. Sew the velcro onto the ‘L’ and the back side of the rectangle of both sides.