This source is linked to another source. It has a bunch of great links for students to access. It gives them a look into different eras and how crazy/cool things were during that time. As a teacher, you could find a bunch of cool assignments or projects revolved around these resources.
Flag Place Mat *Paper Towel *Red, White & Blue paper *Star Paper Punch *Scissors *Glue *Clear Contact Paper ~Cut blue paper in rectangle that takes up almost a 1/4 of upper left corner ~Punch stars from white paper & Glue on blue paper ~Cut red paper in stripes & Glue on white paper ~Let dry completely ~Cover w/contact paper - works best by placing contact paper on table & lay flag face down so there are no bubbles, then sandwich it w/another piece. Press hard & trim so there is 1/2" edge.
To make them I traced my daughter's handprint onto a sheet of cardstock and cut it out for a template. We traced four handprints from each girl onto a piece of scrap fabric using chalk. I trimmed the fabric so that it would fit nicely onto my sheet of Stiff Fusible Interfacing. Then I placed another piece of coordinating fabric on the underside of the interfacing. I ran a hot iron (of course this is an adult's job) over the fabric and interfacing "sandwich" for roughly 30 seconds or so.
Two days ago I posted another food art DIY project to make apple crab. It got many likes and shares on my Facebook page. If you are interested, you can view it from this link. Today I am excited to feature another on: orange crab! I hope you will like …
These insulated lunch bags are the perfect break to the day! Included in the pattern are two different styles of lunch bags(a rounded lunch bag for the intermediate sewist, and a top zip lunch bag for the advanced sewist). Whether you make them for a child or an adult, they are just the right size to fit a sandwich, several snacks, and a drink. Also included in the instructions are zippered snack bags in two different sizes – one for snacks, and another for a sandwich! The pdf pattern…
"If you want to succeed in your life, remember this phrase: The past does not equal the future. Because you failed yesterday; or all day today; or a moment ago; or for the last six months; the last sixteen years; or the last fifty years of life, doesn’t mean anything. All that matters is: What are you going to do, right now?" —Anthony Robbins "Every passing minute is another chance to turn it all around." —Sofía, Vanilla Sky Painting by Zsolt Bodoni
Wiggly Woven Lines is really easy, especially if you put it into a long, narrow area like your sashing. After all, how hard is it to stitch wiggly lines? Learn to sew this free motion design at !http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/2011/03/day-258-wiggly-woven-lines.html