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Sew a Dog Leash from Scraps

Sew a Dog Leash from Scraps

I don’t have a dog but I have friends and family with dogs. Who doesn’t? This can be a project for you, making a little gift for a dog owner. I’m making this leash for Larry, the cute dog of my friends Ina and Bert. It was Larry’s birthday last week :-), and I am sharing the HOW TO with you.
Binding a Quilt Using the Binding Foot

Binding a Quilt Using the Binding Foot

The binding foot features two screws that allow you to adjust the width and the position in relation to the needle; it is a snap-on foot, so installation is simple. It accommodates pretty much any binding you will ever need, thanks to its sliding guide.
What's New in July

What's New in July

Our MadamSew Facebook Group is a vibrant community of sewers and quilters from around the world - sharing their everyday lives, their projects, and their tips and tricks!
Monthly Round Up July

Monthly Round Up July

So what’s new in the sewing community? Here’s a monthly round-up of some news of what’s happening in the vibrant sewing community across the globe!
Make a Sewing Organizer

Make a Sewing Organizer

I have recently changed the layout of my sewing room, and now my sewing machine sits in the middle of the room, away from the tools hanging against the wall… soooo, I need a small organizer that can sit right under my machine with my essential tools. Let’s make it, shall we? And while we’re at it, let’s make it so that it can work as a travel organizer as well.
Christmas in July Ornament Project

Christmas in July Ornament Project

It’s Christmas in July here at MadamSew! This is a quick and easy project and a fun way to use up some of your stash of Christmas prints while making lovely gifts for your family and friends. These are so fast, they would make wonderful party favors for your quilt club’s Christmas luncheon too!
Sewing Stories From Around The Web

Sewing Stories From Around The Web

So what’s new in the sewing community? Here’s a monthly round-up of some news of what’s happening in the vibrant sewing community across the globe!
Gardening Knee Pad

Gardening Knee Pad

My mom loves gardening and I made her a knee pad and I'm sharing the tutorial with you! We have a small city garden, but I don’t do a lot of gardening... I plant something new every year, but I’m also letting nature take over a bit. It is more like a wild, informal garden. I remove some weeds, but not all. So, I’m not on my knees a lot in my garden. At my parents house, there are beautiful flower
What's new in June

What's new in June

Our MadamSew Facebook Group is a vibrant community of sewists and quilters from around the world - sharing their everyday lives, their projects, and their tips and tricks!
Quilted Panel Piercing

Quilted Panel Piercing

Have you ever purchased a quilt panel that you love but then later find it challenging to figure out what to do with it? In today’s post we are going to talk about how to design and build a quilt around panel pieces and how to plan for different sized blocks within that quilt. If you don’t have or use panels, these techniques can also be applied to any quilt that calls for blocks of varying size.
"The Madamsew/Pachamama challenge”

"The Madamsew/Pachamama challenge”

Recently we discovered this beautiful charity project, called The Pachamama Project that was founded by Ella Lambert (a Bristol University student from Essex) during the first Covid Lockdown. The Pachamama Project is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit organisation making and distributing reusable sanitary pads for refugees around the world and growing a network of volunteers around the world to make them.
Patriotic Table Runner

Patriotic Table Runner

Patriotic holidays are coming, and this easy table runner will provide a festive base for your table or buffet for an outdoor meal or breakfast in the kitchen. The blocks are 8-inches finished, set on point, and the runner measures 12 x 38 inches finished.
So What’s New In The Sewing Community (MAY)

So What’s New In The Sewing Community (MAY)

So what’s new in the sewing community? Here’s a monthly round-up of some news of what’s happening in the vibrant sewing community across the globe!
What's New in May

What's New in May

Our MadamSew Facebook Group is a vibrant community of sewists and quilters from around the world - sharing their everyday lives, their projects, and their tips and tricks!
Great Sewing Machines For Beginners

Great Sewing Machines For Beginners

Searching for a beginners sewing machine? That is exciting! Finding the perfect machine for you is not easy. We're here to help!
Diaper Organizer Bag

Diaper Organizer Bag

The baby years are way behind me, my daughter is 10 and my son is 12 years old already, but I do remember the days when I packed a lot of (too much!) stuff when I left the house with one of my cute little pink bundles of joy. My sister made me a big nursery bag– one that could be hung on a stroller. But after a while, I needed a smaller bag for quick walks, little errands, or visits with friends. That is where this little diaper bag made its entrance. It is an easy make, and it was an instant hit.
Creative Pincushions

Creative Pincushions

Who doesn’t need more pincushions in the sewing room? I keep several going at once as I like to keep my types of pins separate. So much better to keep these all on their own pincushion so I have what I need when I need it, instead of pulling the wrong one out of a mishmash of pin types all on one. Making your own pincushions is fun and creative, and here are some ideas for your sewing room.
What's new in April

What's new in April

Our MadamSew Facebook Group is a vibrant community of sewists and quilters from around the world - sharing their everyday lives, their projects, and their tips and tricks!
Monthly Round-up April

Monthly Round-up April

So what’s new in the sewing community? Here’s a monthly round-up of some news of what’s happening in the vibrant sewing community across the globe!
Quick and Easy: Sew a Scrunchy

Quick and Easy: Sew a Scrunchy

Hey! Scrunchies are a throwback to my childhood, I was born in 1978. I think I wore scrunchies when I was about 8 years old, somewhere in the mid ‘80s. Did you? One of my friends even had a scrunchy to match every outfit. My mom made some of the ones I wore, which made them a little more special. They are really easy and fast to make, even for a beginner

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