I love to craft and recently decided to see what I can do to reuse and recycle household items. I love looking through the tutorials here and seeing what I can make.

Eventually I will come up with my own tutorial, until then, I will be posting versions of tutorials I see here.

Thanks for visiting my profile, and feel free to contact me if you so desire.

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edith s.
edith s. · Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US · 11 projects
Hiya Edie! Glad to meet you Happy
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Ms. Nikell
Ms. Nikell · Charlotte, North Carolina, US · 52 projects
Thanks for faving and commenting on my DKNY Inspired Bag!
Shirin L.
Shirin L. · Hong Kong, HK · 41 projects
Thanks for the fave on my Hermes paper handbags project Happy

Kay P.
Kay P. · Danville, Virginia, US · 9 projects
well the sergering just keeps raw edges from fraying but I'm sure a zig zag stitch will work too make the stitches kinda close together.Of course you could always try wrong sides together then turn and sew up end then zig zag pieces together,I never tried it that way.Haven,t made any quilts in a while now, arthritis hands!Just make sure you run machine slow as going fast will tear up the gears and lighten up the pressure on the foot too, makes it easier to sew.Any other questions just ask. Good luck!
Kay P.
Kay P. · Danville, Virginia, US · 9 projects
yes Edie I'm still here and no you don't have to turn inside out, when you serge the 3 sides make sure it's the wrong sides together so right side is on the outside.Leave 4th side open and stuff lightly them serge or sew up that end.
I hope this helps.
Edie S.
Edie S. · Phoenix, Arizona, US · 3 projects
very welcome, when I get some fimo clay I plan to try making it for a cell phone charm Happy
Nancy! · Shawinigan, Quebec, CA · 64 projects
Thank you Edie for the favorite on my cotton candy necklace!