lightweight cotton twill
Looking for a way to easily add a pop of color to a room in your home? Making your own colorful wall art with embellishments like embroidery is super easy thanks to the thousands (and thousands!) of designs on Spoonflower and a little help from textile artist Allie Chenille (alliechenille on Spoonflower). Allie’s stopping by the blog to share a fun DIY wall hanging project featuring her playful cut-and-sew designs using just a fat quarter of Cypress Cotton Canvas.
The perfect pants for summer don’t exist, you say? Here to prove you wrong are these wide leg pants (they’re beginner-friendly!) made with Spoonflower’s Lightweight Cotton Twill and Burda Style Pattern 6966. We can’t get enough of the flowy and relaxed fit. Customize with your favorite Spoonflower pattern and get to sewing with our video and step-by-step tutorial below.
Spooking your neighbors (and their cat) just got easier with hanging witch hats made in Lightweight Cotton Twill. Using recycled cardboard, a free template and just one yard of fabric, craft this frightfully fun project to transform your front porch on Halloween.
A party should always include the following: friends, food, and of course, a good dose of festive flare! In the midst of all the details that go into party planning, DIY elements can sometimes take a backseat. Lucky for us, Annie Parsons, aka anniedrawsthings in the Spoonflower Marketplace, has created a beginner-friendly cut-and-sew project that is guaranteed to level-up your party planning prowess: DIY Party Pennants! The best part about these pennants? You can make a complete set in under 30 minutes and they come in two sizes, fat quarter and yard, and three different styles.
Are you ready to see why you’ll be cheering “Hip, Hip, Hooray” by the end of this project?
There’s nothing quite like family and friends surrounding an open campfire enjoying one of our favorite summertime treats, s’mores. This delicious, sticky treat has become a summer camp staple, and whether you like them lightly toasted and golden brown, or charred outside and soft on the inside, it’s safe to say we could all do without the mess from those melted ‘mallows. Luckily, we’ve whipped up a handy laminated zipper pouch to keep those gooey roasting sticks contained and mess-free. Check out the video tutorial below, or follow the full step-by-step guide to get started.
Forget boring black luggage! Customize your travel essentials with unique designs and DIY projects that complement your own personal style. Fabric luggage tags are quick to sew and only require a fat quarter of fabric (we recommend Lightweight Cotton Twill), making them the perfect project or gift for anyone with the travel bug. Watch the video below, or follow along with the step by step tutorial.
If you’re looking for a functional and stylish way to transport small items, look no further than the DIY drawstring bag. It sews up quick thanks to this free PDF pattern, and only uses 1 yard of fabric and some drawstring. We can’t stop making them in our Lightweight Cotton Twill! Check out the video tutorial below or jump ahead to the text and photo version if that’s more your speed.