Hello friends, I have made these coasters out of my fabric stashes again. It’s such a easy and quick project. If you are looking for a simple yet special gift idea, you should try! My Instagram was hacked a week ago and I can’t log in to my account. I am waiting for Facebook to help me…until then, you can fin me on my YouTube channel, MINKIKIM. ^^ Thank you for visiting me! I appreciate your time! Minki xxRead More →

DOWNLOAD Patterns: SewingIllustration.com           Drawing with sewing machine using Aurifil wool thread.   Lecein flower sugar: fat quarter shop quilt batting: Warm cotton labels: Etsy thread: Aurifil    Read More →

                    Hi, my crafty friends! I am a big fan of coasters, tea mats, dessert mats……they add  homey feeling to any ordinary tea table. Last a couple of weeks were the busiest time for me to host guests from my country, Korea. She seemed to be really enjoying different environment- a big backyard, two story house, quiet neighborhood and of course, the food. For I  was a city girl like her, I had the feeling when I came to the United States a decade ago. Now I often call myself a “country” homemaker. 😉 What sheRead More →

            Hello! I made a cute snack mat last night. I just love the way it looks and want to share the tutorial with you. I tried to shoot every steps and even draw pattern. I hope you can make your version of snack mat that you can use over and over.     size: 11inch x 11inch print out the pattern and trace it on linen. cut out fabric pieces  and glue them on the linen.  you can skip this part and embroidery with colorful thread. I sew them with white thread first to secure.   Then with darkRead More →

Do you have a little artist like my Claire? She is 4 years old and her drawing amazes me. I have been saving all my three girls’ drawings and paintings since they grabbed a pencil. When I am run out of ideas, their art inspire me. Today, I want to share my kid’s art tea mat idea with you.     *finished size is 5inch x 5inch. 1.Cut 3 white linen, allow 0.5inch seams. Copy your kid’s drawing with erasable pen. (Use window. ^^) 2.By hand or sewing machine, stitch the drawing. 3.Put remain 2 pieces of linen on top of 2. 4.Sew all theRead More →