Creativity starts in the home and then follows wherever we may go. As parents, grandparents, aunts, or uncles we all hope we are instilling the right amount of imagination and creativity into our little ones.
From backyard adventures to far away lands, to blanket forts and box castles, to treasure hunting with toy ships and chocolate gold, our little ones are always there to share with us their need to create.
Allow their imagination to grow while enhancing their skills! Teach your littles to sew with these fun projects:
The Cut, Sew, Create collection is a good place to start. Each kit has skill building levels from beginner to intermediate to advanced. Here are a few of our favorites:
Try this intermediate Monster Zipper Pouch Kit, by Stacy Iest Hsu for Moda. It includes instructions and a 100% cotton panel. Grab the kit and don’t forget to choose a zipper before you check out!
For your little first-time sewers, this beginner Animal Pillows Kit by Stacy Iest Hsu for Moda is great! It comes with a 100% cotton panel that will make a sloth, unicorn, and llama pillow set. Also included is a practice sewing session!
Jenny has made a quilt for all twenty-two of her grandchildren, but she also has just as much fun making with them as she does for them. I fact, a few of her grandkids have starred in some of our Missouri Star LIVE mini tutorials! So pull up a seat for yourself and the kids and start watching. This holiday season, make something together!
Sometimes inspiration just hits you when you least expect it! Jenny was signing a few of our Row by Row license plates at a Meet & Greet this week and thought, this needs to be a zipper pouch for quilting and sewing supplies! Maybe you bought two just in case or had every intention to visit all those shops to make a quilt and win a Row by Row prize, but just in case, we thought you might like this. 🙂
Jenny used one fat quarter from her stash, which was plenty of fabric, once you add in the license plate! Isn’t it so fun?
Simply follow Jenny’s Zipper Pouch tutorial (sizing may be slightly different) and try it out! #dontfearthezipper
Easter is right around the corner and that means it’s time for egg dying, a big family dinner and don’t forget the Easter egg hunt! The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming and it’s a happy time of year. We’ve compiled a few D.I.Y. projects for you to make in preparation for Easter! Jump in and give them a try, and this Easter will be one for the books! 🙂
Scrap Buster Easter Carrots!
Decorate your house with these cute Fabric Carrots! Wouldn’t they make an adorable center piece for Easter dinner??
Carrot Zipper Pouch!
Add a cute Carrot Zipper pouch to your child’s Easter Basket! The Easter Bunny encourages cute storage solutions! 😉
Make a special homemade Easter basket from the heart for the kiddos. This can be used year after year and it will be such a great Easter memory for them.
Super Hero Cape!
Spice up your Easter egg hunt with some super hero capes! Just image how fun it will be to have super heroes running around the yard hunting for eggs! 🙂