Hello friends, My new Oval Sewing Case Youtube tutorial and PDF pattern are released. You can order the pattern on my shop with a reduced price until tomorrow (March 30th) on my shop. Finished Size7˝(18cm) wide x 5˝(13cm) high x 5 1/2’’(14cm)deep Materials and Supplies• Quilting cotton for exterior: Fat quarter (18’’ x 22’’)(46cm x 56cm)• Quilting cotton for cover: 10’’(25cm) square• Quilting cotton for lining: Fat quarter• Quilting cotton for binding: 1/8 yard (width of fabric x 11cm)• Foam stabilizer: Fat quarter, such as Soft and Stable or Pellon Flex Foam• Fusible web: Fat quarter, such as Lite Steam A Seam 2• Woven fusibleRead More →

Hello friends! I am so happy to share my Sewing Basket Tutorial and FREE Template with you guys! Please watch my YouTube Video Tutorial before start. You can download my Free Sewing Basket Template on my shop. Materials & Cutting sizes to make Yellow Basket Exterior fabric: (2) 11’’ x 4’’ for the side(1) 8’’ x 6 1/2’’ for the bottom(1) 3‘’ x 15‘’Lining fabric: (2) 11’’ x 4’’ for the side(1) 8’’ x 6 1/2’’ for the bottomFoam stabilizer: (2) 11’’ x 4’’ for the side(1) 8’’ x 6 1/2’’ for the bottomFusible webbing (2) 11’’ x 4’’ for the side(2) 10 1/2‘’ xRead More →

Hello friends! My Hexie Wristlet Pouch Tutorial is up on my Youtube channel, MinkiKim. Fabric is CWCH by CottonVill. You can order on Amazon. I hope you enjoy making one for yourself! Lining fabric is my Idyllic collection main print. https://sewingillustration.com/moorpark/?ec_store=idyllic-fat-quarter-bundle Thank you for stopping by! Minki xxRead More →

Hello! I can’t believe it’s already December! I hope you have many good plans for the last month of the year! My new Triangle Pouch tutorial is up on my YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/minkikim And my new Trinity Pouch PDF pattern is on my online shop. You can get it at introductory price until Sunday 6th December 2020. Thanks for stopping by! Minki xxRead More →

Hello friends, I have been busy making these Hexie Block Pouch lately. Until a few years ago, I didn’t know anything about English Paper Piecing. With a help of my talented friend and EPP books, making hexagons became one of my favorite thing when I am around with my family, aka watching TV. haha I share how to make a hexagon, how to connect, remove papers from the hexagon panel. You can skip that part if you are a EPP pro. Don’t miss how I turn your English Paper Piecing creation to a charming zipper pouch or a cross-body bag! Grab your favorite fabricsRead More →

Happy Monday! Today I share how to make these easy drawstring bags with two different ways. It’s fat quarter friendly project that you can finish in a few hours or even faster. I make a lot and use as gift bag so I am always running out of them. I hope you enjoy my YouTube tutorial! I am trying to upload new tutorial every Monday and Thursday until I am out of ideas. See you on Thursday! Minki xxRead More →

I would like to share these quilted fabric baskets that are easy to sew, and fun to fill with Easter treats and goodies. Perfect for kids and adults, too, this is a basket you can use year-round in your sewing room, kitchen or kids room to store all kinds of things. You can find my tutorial on WeAllSew.com. I hope you enjoy! *Fabrics used: My Someday collection for Riley Blake Designs.              Read More →

  Hello friends, I made this quick lunch bag last night. Super easy tutorial will be shown soon so please keep watching my feed!   Sunnyside Ave collection by Amy Smart for Riley Blake was my inspiration. What will you make when you have apples and ginghams and daisies? Picnic and picnic and more pickic for me. haha You can order cutom engraved leather tags here. I used Insul-Bright for the batting. I met my Riley Blake team at QuiltCon last week. Meeting and hugging friends that you only knew through online or emails feels so great! From left: Amy Smart, Cindy Cloward, me andRead More →

  My co-author friend Kristin and I posted our book on the C&T Blog today:   The concept for this book goes bak almost three years, when at the start of a new school year, Kristin was walking her son to school and noticed that a new family had moved in down the street. She also noticed that right there, in the front window, was a sewing machine!……   Click on over to find out the rest of the story behind how Sew Illustrated came to be.     Oh, don’t miss how to video tutorial , a Tea Mat project from the book, SewRead More →