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A new video !    In this video, Amy shows how to deconstruct a tie and upcycle the fabric. Look in your closet or shop a local thrift shop! You will be amazed at how much beautiful fabric is available from one tie! From a single tie, you may be able to get multiple projects. Amy's video will have you looking at ties in a whole new way! See ideas for fabric flowers, pouches, and even purses, plus notions to compliment your projects! Fabric from...
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 Sewing with kids has never been easier! Sewing expert Sue Hausmann's 6-year-old granddaughter Brooke loves owls and asked her grandma if they could make one out of fabric that Brooke picked out. Sue immediately thought of our Woody and Sam pattern! Brooke created Woody all by herself, even stitching the applique. Great job Brooke, the owl is adorable!! Thanks to Brooke and Sue for sending us the pictures - we love to see our customer's creations! For more toy and...
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Looking for a new embroidery project? Look no further. Land That I Love celebrates our state pride in stitches. Watch the video below! This book makes designing your own embriodery easy. Each state has designs to stitch that make each state special.  Home is where your heart is --or where your state pride resides! Now you can accent your home with modern yet classic stitchery. Each state is represented with line art and instructions on how to trace and transfer artwork...
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Monograms and the Magic Slip Over Apron were the focus of this episode of Vintage Made Modern.  If you subscribe to our channel you will always be kept up to date on all the newest videos as they release!     In this video we show a Vintage Made Modern Magic Apron, we also want to share some modern aprons that you can make yourself.   The Origami Apron crosses over like The Crossback Reversible Apron, but with a modern,...
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The first episode of Vintage Made Modern is here! We hope you enjoy this video series of curated content from Amy's extensive archive. In this episode Amy shares a sample of her collection of vintage button cards, and the hand embroidery tequnique known as blue work.    Vintage Made Modern     This vintage apron pattern was published in 1925 in the Inspiration Newsletter, it is the first Magic pattern in Vintage Notions, and one of our most popular ones...
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  Our new embroidery book, Land that I Love, is made to celebrate our state pride and the locations our stories are written, while carrying on the tradition of handmade home decor. This book perfectly embodies vintage made modern--a classic way to celebrate our modern homes.     These patterns are perfect for lots of different types of projects like stitching on ready-made blanks. Stitching on items such as dish towels, aprons, tablecloths, napkins, or pillowcases make a rewarding quick project,...
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