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Awesome step-by-step tutorial to make your own duvet cover even if your fabric isn't wide enough!

Must read! How to make a duvet cover even if your fabric isn't wide enough! This give endless possibilities to your bedroom decor!

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How to Use a Sewing Machine, Sewing for Beginners, How to Sew, Pinterest Inspired, Around the House, Craft Project, DIY, Hobbies

This Isn’t Your Grandma’s Embroidery

This Isn’t Your Grandma’s Embroidery

french knot sheep (by Sam Gillespie) Gorgeous! And the fabric is the perfect match for these little french knot sheep :)

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DIY Bed Pillow Cases: 3 sizes and 3 different styles (including the "burrito" method) | via Make It and Love It

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now this would be cute with her name in cursive and then it ending in a needle and thread... so it looked like it was spelled with the thread.. but not stitched..

now this would be cute with her name in cursive and then it ending in a needle and thread... so it looked like it was spelled with the thread.. but not stitched..

How to finish seams without a serger - 6 EASY ways.

Seam Finishes: The 6 BEST Seam Finishes without a Serger

Lazy daisies are made from individual chain stitches arranged in a circle.     1. Stitch up at A.  2. Stitch back down at A. Do not pull the thread all the way through.  3. Stitch up at B, just above A. Pass the needle through the thread loop.  4. Stitch down at C, holding the loop of thread in place.  5. The finished petal looks like this.  6. Make more stitches in a circle.

Lazy Daisy Stitch

Lazy daisies are made from individual chain stitches arranged in a circle. 1. Stitch up at A. 2. Stitch back down at A. Do not pull the thread all the way through. 3. Stitch up at B, just above A. Pass the needle through the thread loop. 4. Stitch down at C, holding the loop of thread in place. 5. The finished petal looks like this. 6. Make more stitches in a circle.

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