I was blown away again by the large number of high-quality crafts and DIY projects among our link party-goers. Wow. And so I had a hard time to pick a winner to be featured. But I did: it’s a tutorial on how to use a Quilting bar on your sewing machine. It was submitted by Sew Well Maide.
A quilting bar is a piece designed to slot into the walking foot of your sewing machine. It rests on your fabric surface on the exact distance of the grid lines you wish to sew. As a result, with you quilting bar, you can sew perfectly even- spaced lines; ideal for grid quilting.
Brother CS6000i Feature-Rich Sewing Machine With 60 Built-In Stitches, 7 styles of 1-Step Auto-Size Buttonholes, Quilting Table, and Hard Cover
Find her complete tutorial on how to use a quilting bar on your sewing machine here at Sew Well Maide:
Karen from Sew well maide joined us all the way from Australia.
Other favorite DIY projects with tutorials included:
From left to right, top to bottom:
- DIY Necklace with Tiny Fabric Roses (Rosies’ Sweet Home)
- Recycled Fence transformed into Garden Lounge Chaise (Joys Jots Shots)
- Recycled-pop-can-Crow Clips to display photos (Jenteal Artist)
- If you missed last week’s features, they were a handful of absolutely wonderful summer crafts ~ worth to explore and try out (even in Fall…)
As well, I featured a totally AMAZING home entrance make-over with custom bench. Check it out. I love all the details!
Have an inspired summer!
And, if you haven’t done so already, be sure to link up your own creative endeavors at this week’s linky party.