Thermal fabrics (insul-fleece) are useful for all kinds of projects where you want to keep hot stuff hot and cold stuff cold. Since it's so easy to sew with, we're busy making ALL THE THINGS! Need a little project inspo? Check this out!
Did you see those darn adorable oven mitts on our Insta? Well, it’s my go-to oven mitt pattern from Bombazine, and, well, it’s the bomb! These are super simple to make, so you can sew up a bunch at once for gifts or for yourself. Best of all, they’re a great way to use up those scraps!
Picnic season is upon us, pals! Get ready with one of these handy dandy lunch bags from Threads Magazine.
Want to brighten up that sewing space? Sew Can She is hooking us all up with the ultimate DIY Ironing Board Cover Tutorial, check it!
Remember potlucks? Be ready for future gatherings with this Quilted Casserole Holder from Sew 4 Home. Swell!
This soup cozy from Helen’s Closet is a pretty neat way to hold onto those hot dishes while you’re eating (or to just keep your bowls looking super cute!) Just don’t forget not to put this thermal fabric in the microwave!
Wanna get your hands on some of this fab fabric? You can find it here! Happy sewing!