All of these tutorials with photos are tutorials I have created & posted here on my blog…
Upcycled Dress & Clothes From ANY Knit Pattern!
Upcycled Ruffle Shorties From Leggings with Tutorial
Quick & Easy Cut Off Shorts with Tutorial!
Upcycled Jean Half Apron with Tutorial!
Fabric Backed Yarn Eater Blanket!
Parker Want a Cracker? w/ Mini Parrot Tutorial!
Fix it Tutorial: Rise Issues on Pants (Front Pouch or Plumbers Crack)
Fix it Tutorial: Nice flat knit collars!
Continuous Bound Placket Tutorial
How to make a crib / toddler bed sheet
How to make a Pack ‘N Play / playard sheet
Gathering with a serger or sewing machine too!
3-in-1 T-Shirt Dress / Tunic Top/ Skirt For toddlers to adults!
A Personalized Little Girls Apron!
No-Itch Twill Tape Tags & Clothing Labels
Little girls dress to bigger girls skirt! (mini tutorial)
Bookmark clean-up! 1000+ free tutorials, patterns & websites FULL of patterns that I have had saved in my bookmarks :). (These are not my own tutorials, but links to others I admired & would love to try in the future I know some of the links are broken as the sites no longer exist I am slowing weeding through them) You will also find 1000’s more ideas if you check out my boards on Pinterest…
170+ Bags, Purses, Pouches & Backpack Tutorials
43+ Maternity, Nursing, & Expecting/New Mom Tutorials
77+ Infant & Toddler Tutorials
36+ Tutorials for MEN & Women!
47+ Womens & Juniors Clothing Tutorials
10+ Quilts & Quilting Tutorials
354+ Edible Gifts (Like jar mixes)
24+ Techniques, Modifications & Alterations!
12+ Sites for free patterns & tutorials
Items I have made from others free tutorials (with the tutorial link of course 🙂 )
Nylon Chiffon Girls Pettiskirts
Emma & Emmy (Or Eddie) The Earthworm
These are not my tutorials but have some links to other great free tutorials & patterns…
Lots of free great tutorials (good for beginners too)
You can also buy & instantly download great patterns from YouCanMakeThis.com. They even have smaller patterns that you can download for FREE as well!!!
Another GREAT site for instant .pdf patterns from indie designers is Craftsy!
Thanks so much for posting these!! I’ve been looking all over for a list of several great projects in one place w/o having to search all over the net!
You are an amazing young woman to put together such a wonderful site! I am a grandmother and am really impressed! Good luck ,dear! Janice
what an amazing site!
I just have to agree with everyone else, these links have really helped and are awesome!
I am new to your site, but enjoy the free tutorials, thank you! Do you have one for a pettiskirt for a baby girl by chance?
I am having identical twin girls in July and I am loving your website! I am not a seamstress..yet. Your ideas have inspired me so much!!! I loove so many of them!!
When you have two and want them to be super cute..you gotta do it as cheap as possible!!
Oooo thanks for the NEW to me free tutes…marky
Thank you so much for these websites! I feel that I’ve hit the motherload! lol now I will have so many more projects!! & so little time.. 🙂
Thanks so much for this great site. I am a beginner at sewing and have made several projects through you links.
THANK YOU for this site! Wishing you a find at LEAST as great as this for something that YOU are searching for. Best wishes!
Enjoyed rambling through and would like to come back again and again, if it’s okay with you.
Hi, if it isn’t too late perhaps you can help? I’ve been reading everywhere that there is a free farbenmix pattern available to celebrate their success, but after months of pouring over blogs, I’ve yet to find where in the world it is. I even tried looking at the Fledge blog without success. Can you post a link to it if you know? Thanks so much 🙂
Here is the blog post about the free stuff for their 5 year b-day… http://fledgeflyingiseasy.blogspot.com/2009/11/high-five-for-free-stuff.html and here is the direct link to download the free e-books… though I think they are all in German. http://www.farbenmix.de/freebooks/farbenmix-freebooks.htm
Wow, this is great! Thanks so much for this links, they’ve given me some great ideas!! Between babelfish and my broken german (lived there 30 years ago), I think I can figure these instructions out 🙂
Thank you very much for sharing this. I’ve already put the button in my blog for my future reference
I’d like to make covers for the seats in my cars. Have you ever seen a tutorial for this?
Unfortunately I have not! Probably since they are all different sizes & shapes would be my guess. You could always get one you don’t like the pattern of & cut it up & use it to make one. You can find them at thrift stores, garage sales & freecycle!
Seriously this rocks!
i love it!!!
but…why cannot put ur button on my blog…???? can u help me?
I would love to, but I’m not quite sure what problem you are having?
Wow, I will also be a mother of 3 girls under 3 this coming October. My oldest will be 30months and my second 16 months when the new baby arrives. I may not be single as you were, but as we plan that I become a stay-at-home mom, I’m always lloking for that kind of website, showing me how to do everything myself, for almost no costs at all. Thank you very muck for sharing all this!
I just bought a serger and found your gathering with a serger info. I was actually shocked it was so easy and it worked!!! Nothing personal… ;oD.
THANKS!!! Now I’m off to play serger.
ohh..thank your for the link…^^
Thank you for the link..
Do you know any book that refahion the old sweater and ADD SOME KNIT OR CROCHET?
I’m looking for pretty, easy frabic fowers.
Here are a couple pages with lists of 10 each… there really are so many different kinds.
I have a yoyo template from Clover & I find the yoyo flowers very easy to make. http://www.thediydish.com/2010/10/episode-4-2-minute-craft-countdown-how-to-make-a-fabric-yo-yo-more/
Do you have any slip cover(for a couch) patterns?
I don’t but I did a quick google search & found this… http://bibbidi-bobbidi-beautiful.blogspot.com/2010/01/how-to-slipcover-sofas-and-chairs.html
I love the idea of having all your links together!!
You don’t have a Pinterest board with these links do you? I’d love to see what they look like. Thanks for the collection!
-Forgot to mention I found your site because someone pinned it on Pinterest. 🙂
no not yet, but I do have a bunch of newer stuff on my pinterest boards 🙂 http://www.pinterest.com/kymy
Nice! It’s going to take me a while to look through them…yeah!
Cool stuff I’m going to add this button to my blog as soon as I figure out how too, I’m a newby with WordPress 🙂
Nice site and cute mommy. I lived in Oak Harbor twice. First time was in the early 1970″s. Second time from 1981 to 1990. We loved it there. Found this site by
so perfect link
Fabric Stache sent me <3, but I am so excited to look over some of these tutorials! Especially the bed sheets, I need more and hate buying them when I sew for a living!