Toddler Tumbler Pillow ~ Part Two

{  Make sure to enter the Accuquilt GO! Baby Fabric Cutter Giveaway by clicking here.  } Part Two ~ Creating the Pillow Case using the fabric piece we created in Part One will go very quickly.  The longest thing to sew for this pillow is creating the pieced fabric.  {PS ~ Ms. Diva wants me to let you know that she loves her new pillow.  She is constantly pointing at the different colors.  Must … Continue reading »Toddler Tumbler Pillow ~ Part Two

Accuquilt GO! Baby Giveaway ~ Part 1, Tumbler Toddler Pillow

~~ GIVEAWAY CLOSED ~~   I am very excited to be posting this Tumbler Toddler Pillow tutorial and the Accuquilt GO! Baby giveaway.  You can see my Thank-You Mail-man post that has all the details on what I received from Accuquilt {minus Ms. Diva… she really didn’t come in the box, she just decided it was the best ‘toy’ ever, LOL}. This tutorial is in two parts.  The first part is on how … Continue reading »Accuquilt GO! Baby Giveaway ~ Part 1, Tumbler Toddler Pillow

Quick Neck Pillow Cover

When I brought home my latest fabric finds, Mr. SD thought the John Deere flannel fabric would make a great cover for his neck pillow.  So… here is how I made it in about half an hour. I took measurements of the pillow {making sure to write them down, my memory tends to be poor with numbers, LOL!}: Then I cut the fabric from selvage to selvage: I rolled both … Continue reading »Quick Neck Pillow Cover

Quick Fall Garland How-To

I have been very envious of all the wonderful fall garlands that have been popping up in various link parties.  Here is what I came up with that fit my commitment level, and used materials that were on hand.  First off, this is a very simple, quick fall garland project.  There are many tutorials out there that take more time and give you a fancier effect, but if you are … Continue reading »Quick Fall Garland How-To

Strap Cover How-To

Learn how to make you own fuzzy carseat strap covers!Ms. Diva and I are in WA State today, and so I am bringing you this Strap Cover Tutorial instead of the normal Weekend Wrap.  I promise to have plenty of pictures to share as part of my Friday Post.  So, enjoy this incredibly fast project. How fast you ask?  Well… You can get this project completed in the time it … Continue reading »Strap Cover How-To

Quick Kitchen Curtain Tutorial

How comfortable with sewing are you?  Would you like to a quick and easy project that you can do yourself to create a window valance/ruffle out of any fabric you find?  Here you go!  There are only three lines of stitching in this project.  Very little measuring, and gorgeous results. This project actually started almost two years ago, when I painted our current kitchen a pale ice blue we had … Continue reading »Quick Kitchen Curtain Tutorial

Guest Post – Karen from Twice as Nice

Hi, I’m Karen from Twice as Nice Boutique.  I was asked to guest post my Morgyn Skirt tutorial here on the Spunky Diva. I love being able to incorporate sewing into my weekly schedule. I have made a variety of different things ranging from coats to quilts, but my main item is Sleep Sacks which I sell in my Etsy shop.  I tend to buy fabric by the bolt now, and … Continue reading »Guest Post – Karen from Twice as Nice

Dress-Up Necklace with Riboon

Here is an easy and quick necklace you can make for any little girl.  The bigger and more gaudy the beads the better!  I found these pink beads at Hobby Lobby, and they were 50% off.  This would also be a great use of an older bead necklace that isn’t “current” anymore.  Just take it apart and repurpose for your daughter’s dress-up chest.  The ribbon I used was narrow ribbon you … Continue reading »Dress-Up Necklace with Riboon