Gyro-Cut PRO tool

The Gyro-Cut PRO tool is a precision cutting tool that uses a unique gyroscope-like mechanism to help users achieve more accurate and intricate cuts on various materials such as paper, cardboard, foam board, vinyl, leather, and fabrics. #GyroCut #GyroCutPro Gyro-Cut PRO tool I first saw this special crafting tool on TikTok and was amazed! I… Continue reading Gyro-Cut PRO tool


45% of Adults Sleep with a Stuffed Animal Every Night

Adults Sleep with a Stuffed Animal – For many people, the thought of sleeping with a stuffed animal may conjure up images of childhood bedtime rituals. However, it may surprise you to learn that a significant number of adults still find comfort in snuggling up with a favorite plush companion every night. #stuffedanimals

Fabrics · Sewing


A pleat is a type of fold that is created in fabric or other flexible materials by folding a section of the material over itself and then pressing or stitching it in place. Pleats are often used in clothing, particularly in skirts and pants, to add volume and texture to the fabric while still allowing it to drape gracefully. #pleat

Polyfil · Polyfill · Sewing


In sewing, polyfill refers to a type of material used as a filling or padding for various sewing projects. Polyfill is a soft, fluffy, and synthetic material that can be used in place of traditional fillings such as feathers, down, or cotton batting. It is often made from polyester fibers that are processed and layered to create a dense yet lightweight material. #polyfill

Sewing · Sewing Machines

Sewing Machine Brands

Sewing Machine Brands – There are many brands of sewing machines, ranging from well-known names to smaller, lesser-known brands. Some of the most popular sewing machine brands. #SewingMachines

Quilting · Sewing

Stitch in the Ditch

Sewing is a fun and rewarding hobby that allows you to create your own clothes, accessories, and home decor items. One technique that is commonly used in sewing is stitch in the ditch, which is a method of sewing along the seam line between two pieces of fabric. #StitchintheDitch



In sewing, bias refers to the diagonal direction of a fabric. When you cut a piece of fabric on the bias, you are cutting it at a 45-degree angle to the straight grain and cross-grain. This creates a fabric edge that is more stretchy and fluid than a straight-grain cut. #Bias