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Just learning to sew? Here's an easy alphabet craft that's great for hands-on learning, personalized by you!

Just learning to sew? Here's an easy alphabet craft that's great for hands-on learning, personalized by you!

DIY Fabric Letters - I have wanted to make these for years. I think I will make a few sets this summer.

DIY Fabric Letters - I have wanted to make these for years. I think I will make a few sets this summer.

This is a project that I go back to again and again.  It’s just a simple tote bag tutorial.  I find them practical for just about any reason, and since I rarely have time to fancy it up and try out new looks (read: making it as part of a gift the night before or sometimes the day of), I keep it as simple as possible and allow the fabric to be the star of the show.

This is a project that I go back to again and again. It’s just a simple tote bag tutorial. I find them practical for just about any reason, and since I rarely have time to fancy it up and try out new looks (read: making it as part of a gift the night before or sometimes the day of), I keep it as simple as possible and allow the fabric to be the star of the show.

ScanNCut problem-solver,  DIRECT CUT OVERLAY - use this method to overcome these 2 examples: When the scanner fails to detect the image you want to cut out because the image & its background material detail are too similar in colour & there needs to be a more significant contrast between them, OR when you need the SNC to cut out an image that is situated in a particular location position on your cut-out material, after having performed a background scan.

ScanNCut problem-solver, DIRECT CUT OVERLAY - use this method to overcome these 2 examples: When the scanner fails to detect the image you want to cut out because the image & its background material detail are too similar in colour & there needs to be a more significant contrast between them, OR when you need the SNC to cut out an image that is situated in a particular location position on your cut-out material, after having performed a background scan.