February 25, 2014

Tutorial Tuesday

Hello Everyone! Happy Tuesday!

I have a Spring themed roundup of tutorials for you today. I have had Spring on the mind, have you? These tutorials are sure to put you in the mood for Springtime, and give you something to enjoy while winter falls away.

Head over to Martha Stewart's Crafts Dept. for Brett Bara's (of the Mahattan Craft Room) tutorial on how to make embroidered eggs.

This is a great project for kids because they can learn embroidery and recycle those styrofoam trays that we sometimes bring home from the grocery store. You can find the tutorial courtesy of Creative Jewish Mom

The embroidered faces on these bunnies are enough to make me happy, but a plushie bunnie is even better! The complete tutorial for the bunny and their embroidered faces can be found over at Dandelions and Lace.

This adorable embroidery pattern of birds holding a bunting is courtesy of Hayley from Welcome to the Mouse House. She placed the embroidery on a blouse for her daughter, and I think it's such a great way to use embroidery to accent clothing. 

Hope you enjoy these tutorials and give some, or all, of them a try! 

Have a great Tuesday!

Hi, I'm Kristen! I am a lover of all things stitchy and crafty. I have been sewing for as long as I can remember. My grandmother taught me how to sew Barbie clothes when I was young and I have been sewing ever since.

You can find me at Bobbypin Bandit, on Instagram, and my Etsy shop.

1 comment:

  1. Those embroidered eggs are ah-mazing. The styrofoam container used for stitching is a great idea too! Really great tutorial roundup!