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DIY Courses Now Available

I am so excited to share that my DIY Courses are now available on the Vintage Modern Makers platform. If you joined me live last Friday on Facebook you learned a little about the Feedsack Course. Watch the video below if you want to see the fun treasures I shared.

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All of my educational DIY Courses are located at VintageModernMakers.com. Currently, I have four courses to choose from. Those courses include the Pearl Button Primer, the Bandana Primer, Tomato Pincushion Primer, and the Feedsack Primer. Keep reading to learn about what each DIY Course has to Offer

Feedsack Primer Course

The Feedsack Course features lots of inspiration and ideas to create with feedsacks. Sewing projects include Mary’s Magic Square which can be created in various sizes to utilize as a coaster or hot pad holder. The bonus sewing project features the Vintage Fold and Sew needlecase to house your sewing tools. You’ll learn the history of this textile from author Gloria Nixon, and get access to vintage publications such as “A Bag of Tricks For Home Sewing. See more in the gallery below or click the button to learn more about what is included in the Feedsack Course.

A variety of feedsack prints

Bandana Primer Course

The Bandana Course features multiple projects including the Bandana Topper, a kitchen and craft style apron, and face mask patterns. You’ll learn about the fascinating history of this textile with our guest interview Tenny Roché, and get lots of inspiration on how to upcycle bandanas in your collection. Check out some of the items featured in this course below, or click the button to learn about all the details on what is included in the Bandana Course.

The bandana topper sewing project

Pearl Button Primer Course

The Pearl Button Course features lots of history with an inside look at the National Pearl Button Museum located in Muscatine, Iowa. I also inspire you to create with pearl buttons including the featured sewing project which is the Pearl Button Patchwork Pouch. You can also make your own button cards with printable art featured in the heirloom art. Take a look below at some of the features in the course or click the button to learn all about what is included in the Pearl Button Course.

The National Pearl Button Museum in Muscatine, IA

Tomato Pincushion Primer Course

The sewing project featured in the Tomato Pincushion Primer was Tommy the Tomato. He is a darling character from the Mary Frances Sewing Book and the Adventures of the Thimble People. Learn how to make your own pincushion as well as how to use alternative textiles—whether its hankies, sweaters, men’s dress shirts, or another vintage textile the options are endless.  In this course you will learn the history of the tomato pincushion as well inspiration from my own collection. Browse the gallery below to see images featured in the Tomato Pincushion Course.

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