DIY Bubble Quilt
Thanks to Skyler from “Awaiting Ada” we have got another sewing project to complete
The first look on Rainbow Bubble Quilt and you wish you could lie on it and try if it is actually that soft. We believe it is, and think kids would love using it. You can revel with colors and size, of course. No matter what fabrics you choose to use, this design is perfect in its construction.
Read step by step instructions for Rainbow Bubble Quilt, here.
Bubble Quilt, Puff Blanket, Biscuit Quilt (Tutorial) by AwaitingAda
All credits to welivedhappilyeverafter.com. Quick and adorable sewing project for Autumn. I’ve been drooling over all these beautiful “finger-less glove knitting patterns.” and then I had this brilliant idea, “use socks!”
This is what you need: $1 socks
First, determine the “fit” you want for your sock gloves. I wanted mine to be pretty long. Your thumb should ideally be where the heal starts to curve. Cut it out, leaving a 1/4 ” seam allowance.
Next, turn your sock inside out. Fold the rims down where the green dash lines are. This will insure that there will be no fraying. Where all the blue dash lines are in the final picture, sew together.
You can totally do this by hand. No Sewing Machine (or knitting needles required!
Turn it inside out again, so it will really be right side out.
I decided to sew on matching heart patches too. When sewing a patch, make sure to do your stitches starting on the inside of the patch, and then going outside the patch.
Not a bad transformation! A lot cheaper than buying a knitting pattern and supplies too. You can’t beat $1 can you?
Think of all the fun possibilities!. Really cute patterns, or even matching Socks and Gloves
Yuo should try it, it only took 5 minutes.