SORTShow AllBasic Videobutterick patternscommercial pattern tutorialsCrafty HumorDear Professor PincushionembellishfastenersFile Attachedfinishing stitchesfundamentalsgarment sewinghalf yard fabric projectsHalloweenHalloween - FabricsHalloween CostumesHalloween EmbellishmentHalloween Pet CostumesHalloween ProjectsHoliday Gift Ideasinside sewing boxintro to fabricintro to patternsintro to sewing machineintro to stitcheskwik sew patternsmccalls patternsOne Yard Fabric Projectspattern makingPremium VideoProfessor Pincushion Postsprofessors projectsquiltingsimplicity patternsVideos Trivet Use your fabric scraps and some cotton piping to make some handy trivets for your kitchen. They're perfect for protecting your table from hot pots and plates. Colonial Pet Costume Want to make your pet look like George Washington? Make our Colonial Gentleman pet costume using felt and trim. Free pattern available to download. Costume Arm Guard Create some custom arm guards for your costume with a basic pattern based on your own measurements. This tutorial will give you a basic foundation and then you can make it as elaborate as your costume needs are. RickRack Rickrack may seem a simple and straightforward trim, but there's actually a lot of creative ways to embellish with it. Our video will provide you with a few examples to inspire your next project. Lining for Skirt with Slit - Vent Extension Wondering how to put a lining in a skirt with a slit - vent extension? This tutorial removes the mystery and takes you step-by-step through the process. Fashionable Belt Loops - Jean Carriers Transform regular jeans into fashion jeans by replacing your carriers with a fun fabric. This is a quick project and a great way to use your fabric scraps. Tips for Buying a Sewing Machine You'll want to watch this video, if you're considering purchasing your first sewing machine. Professor Pincushion goes through things which should be considered before making an important purchase for your new sewing hobby. Collapsible Dog Bowl Using a square of fabric treated with beeswax, you can make your furry pal a collapsible dog bowl to take along on all your hikes. Beeswax Fabric You can use beeswax to seal your textiles to create fabric that's food safe and easy to clean. Beeswax is inexpensive, natural, and easy to apply to fabric. Use your new fabric for future projects like snack and lunch bags.