Spoonflower has joined with Sprout Patterns again to show you how to stitch up a stretchy, sporty pair of leggings just in time for warm weather. The Sloan Leggings are comfy, stylish, and equally perfect for trail running and running errands. The pattern is for a simple well-fitting pair of leggings, with multiple lengths and a key pocket. Learn more (and get creating!) here. Choose your favorite Spoonflower design, create your leggings, and follow along with the video below. You’ll be comfortably stretching and lunging–or just hanging out with friends–in no time. Let’s get started!
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We’re deep into the lazy days of summer now. Amidst the heat, summer outdoor activities, and family vacations, it’s good to take some time to relax, breathe deeply, and enjoy simpler pleasures. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite summer DIYs and fabric recommendations to promote serious summer vacation vibes!
DIY a hammock out of a beach towel for a breezy place to rest your head.
The perfect hammock fabric? We recommend MudCloth in Black on Bone by Domesticate in Eco Canvas. [Read more…] about The Perfect Summer Weekend |DIY Hammock + A Good Book!
One of the very best parts of warmer weather is taking mealtime outdoors! This weekend, try one of these simple DIYs to enhance your picnics, backyard barbecues and front porch feasts!
If your idea of a good time involves making, these simple projects are just the thing to infuse a little creativity into your leisurely summer weekend.
Painter’s Canvas Picnic Blanket | A Subtle Revelry
DIY Bedside Bench | A Beautiful Mess
3 Ways to Tie a Summer Headscarf | The Wonder Forest
Modular Felt Coasters | The Purl Bee
Woven Trivet | Poppytalk
Indigo Shibori Dyed Placemats | Lovely Indeed
DIY Travel Journal | Say Yes
If you’re planning to enjoy your weekend with a simple DIY or two, share your project ideas with us in the comments below!
It’s officially summer and the recent 90 degree days here at Spoonflower HQ have certainly felt like it! While I try to spend as much time outdoors as I can, the heat of the day can be the perfect excuse for a little indoor sewing & crafting. Check out this collection of the warm weather DIYs and summer-inspired fabrics from the Spoonflower community!
Summer Fun Tea Towel | Heather Dutton
Colorful Night | Sansan
Summer pom pom throw | Sugar & Cloth
Dappled Swimming Pool | Candy Joyce
Shuttlecocks garland | Kittenhood
Summer Ice Cream Cone | Little Smile Makers
Coconut milk smoothie popsicles | Henry Happened
Bicycles with Baskets | Lori Craffey Design
DIY natural citronella candle | Poppytalk
Poolside | Tuppence Hápenny Vintage
Share your favorite summer DIYs in the comments below!
If you ask us, we think the perfect craft room isn’t complete without a jar of Mod Podge (and an unlimited amount of fabric!). The all-in-one glue, sealer and finish is really like the Swiss Army Knife of the crafting world. In just a matter of minutes, you can take a tired, old dresser from drab to fab or personalize a serving tray with your favorite photo memories. When paired with custom fabric, wallpaper or gift wrap featuring designs from the Spoonflower Marketplace, it’s safe to say the only limit is your creativity. Get ready to think outside the decoupaged box with these six DIY projects.
For your unicorn lover this Halloween, we’ve found the perfect cut-and-sew project in Kona® Cotton from Rebecca Propes of Make & Do Studio. Featuring an oversized hanging rainbow and a plushie friend to match, you’ll feel like you’ve found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow when you’ve finished this DIY Halloween costume! Warning: She won’t want to put away this look after Halloween.
School might be out for the summer, but for Ashley Bible, the English literature teacher behind the blog Building Book Love, you can still find her in the classroom. Swapping out her grade book for gift wrap, Ashley transformed her classroom with a DIY project you’ll want to… check out. “I’m a strong believer that your environment, whether that be your home or your classroom, can influence your daily energy, imagination, and joy.”
Ashley: During the school year my students and I spend almost as many waking hours in our classroom as we do in our homes. Because of this, I set out to create an imaginative, inspiring, and welcoming space in which to spend our days learning. Since I’m a high school English teacher, I wanted my classroom design to reflect and encourage a love of reading and writing. As I was brainstorming what this design might look like, I came across this stunning book pattern by Magenta Rose Designs on Spoonflower.