This week’s DIY was inspired by our most recent inspiration board at the shop—a giant map of the United States all in fabric. Here are the steps to make your own Map of the US Fabric Puzzle Playmat using some felt, fabric scraps, glue, velcro and some basic sewing supplies. […]
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PINS & NEEDLES
1045 Lexington Avenue, 2nd FL
New York, NY 10021
Recently, we were asked at the shop to make lavender sachets for baby shower favors. Since they were such a big hit at the shower, I thought I would share a quick and easy tutorial on how to make them. […]
A playful superhero cape for a child has been on my “DIY To-Do List,” so recently, when I was invited to dinner at a friend’s house who happens to have a little boy and girl, I thought what a perfect gift to bring along—his and her superhero capes! I personalized them with each of their initials. […]
Looking for a fun way to get ready for Easter? In today’s DIY, I share the steps to make your own bunny ears—make them as a surprise for the kids or have them join you to create their own. […]
Recently, clients came into my shop looking for kid-friendly fabric and trim and some guidance on making a portable baby wipes case. I thought this would be the perfect DIY to share with you, so here are the easy steps to creating your own! […]
For holidays and celebrations, I love making things—decorations for the shop, gifts to give and cards to send. Valentine’s Day is one of my favorites! I made sure to get a head start on my “holiday crafting” and made handmade Valentine’s Day cards for my family and friends. […]
Anyone with a baby who loves her pacifier knows what a frustration it can be for that thing to drop on the ground over and over again. Sure you can buy a pacifier clip, but why not make your own?
Recently, a client of Pins & Needles, who is also a new mom, stopped by the shop and showed me a special tag blanket her mom had stitched up using some fabrics that she had purchased from us. I had heard of “Taggies” blankets before and how much babies enjoy playing with them, but I especially liked this one since