Often avoided， making buttonholes is usually the last step of making a garment or project. Join us for the next Just SEW It webinar and learn tricks that take the fear out of sewing buttonholes. We’ll also take a look at embellishment ideas using buttons， charmschristmas gifts for dad， and trinkets – all sewn on with the sewing machine.
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Savvy Seams webinar with Seams to Me Tag File project
Sensational Holiday Décor webinar with Sensational Holiday Pillow project
Threadless Embellishment webinar with Threadless？Embroidery Door Hanger project
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Here an easy fall wreath DIY tutorial and a tour of our entryway decorated for fall. Check out the easy DIY and how to add charm to your home, quickly!
As with many of the interior designs from different countries there is an eclectic mix of styles which are used pending on the age of the house and the occupants' lifestyles. Traditional English is usually seen as the quintessential country rose cottage with tea and scones being served on pretty bone china plates and whist this is not associated with take-a-ways for the purpose of bringing you ideas to create an English look in your home in this post, this style will be the staple ingredients! The cosy country cottage look features chintz and floral curtain fabrics in a mix of different styles and colours which blend together through the designs and soft colour tones.