Top sewing posts of 2018 at AppleGreen Cottage – finally here! Here’s a look back at my most visited projects of 2018, the best free patterns, the most popular sewing projects – everything you loved most this year. Take a look!
Here’s a look back at my most visited projects of 2018, listed most popular 1st. These are the sewing posts and projects at AppleGreen Cottage you loved most in 2018! Want a sneak peek? I took a look at what you liked most and what you probably found the most useful part of AppleGreen Cottage. I’d love to give you more of that!
First, for those of you who like video tutorials, I’ve made a video slide-show to get the feeling of what was top stuff here in 2018:
Top 10 Sewing Posts
This post went viral as soon as it was live, and last year it was on place #1 – and I feel so honored to offer sewing inspiration to so many people! I use this technique when I want to have really neat and tidy ends of a zipper on a pouch. Works every single time!
This free tutorial was my first really popular pattern ever on AppleGreen Cottage, and I am still emotionally attached to it. I have even kept the blue striped bandana bib as (blogging) keepsake, the very one from this picture!
6) How To Sew A Soft Ball – FREE TEMPLATE
One of my best performing and most popular tutorials of all time, even after years! A while ago, I added a new free PDF sewing template to this tutorial, too. So feel free to use it if you’d like to make a soft baby ball like this one.
I made a few extra and while sewing, realized I had used a shortcut, a simplification in the sewing process that made the project even easier. Why not share the little workaround to my readers? So I made the beginner-friendly tutorial. The result is the same as if you follow the original instructions. Why not make things easier, right?
One of your favorites! If you’re subscriber to my newsletter, you can access the free 3-size pattern in my FREEBIE Library using the password in my newsletter, and download it again any time. If not, here’s the link to the tutorial with the freebie, go check it out:
No more annoying knots on your handstitching!Love love love this little trick, and so did you! Take a look at the how-to here.
It’s an easy sew pattern for beginners that only requires scrap fabric. One of my favorite projects! So cute, and easy to make – these must be the two main reasons this free pattern got so popular.
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