Category: Sew

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Fat Quarter Bundle Rag Quilt

This cute rag quilt made for a baby girl, was created using a Fat Quarter Bundle of 5 that I found on an end cap at HobbyLobby. I have scoured the internet since but...

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AZTEC Poncho with Fringe

Inspired by the look of the Andean Poncho and a great piece of fabric, I designed the AZTEC PONCHO WITH FRINGE. What a great accessory for cooler weather. I got myself to Joann Fabrics...

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T-shirt Balaclava

Introducing my own T-shirt balaclava for fursuit designers. ThisĀ is a really great and affordable way to start working on your fursuit head base. In this video tutorial you’ll see how you can make your...

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Smudge Guard Gloves from Socks

Artists who draw sometimes use smudge guard gloves so that their pencil or ink work doesn’t smudge on paper. Smudge guard gloves are also used for digital drawers so that their skin doesn’t interfere...

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Movable Jaw Balaclava Base

A step by step Balaclava Base tutorial In this video I summarize the steps I took to create a movable jaw for a fursuit using a balaclava base. Once you have this in place...

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DIY Denim Wrist Cuff

What a fun and easy sewing project to make. This DIY Denim Wrist Cuff was inspired from Pinterest (of course). Many thanks to EcoEtsy for posting the super easy tutorial – which you can...

Baby Boy Rag Quilt madebymarni 0

Baby Boy Rag Quilt

Another baby rag quilt complete! This one is for a baby boy with a mom who was described as the “boho” type. Non-traditional. Refer to my first post for directions / resources: https://www.marnimadeit.com/baby-rag-quilt/ Fabric...

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Baby Rag Quilt

I had been admiring these type of quilts for a while and was inspired to create one for my great nephew due on Valentine’s Day 2015… which happens to be today! He hasn’t made...

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My cool guitar strap

The inspiration for this sewing project came from One Shabby Chick’s website. Her tutorial was easy to follow. The only thing I modified was the kind of interfacing I used. I tried to take...