No, seriously, steal it.
Part of the reason I do this blog is to teach others how to do simple stuff; it's not all show and tell, ya know. Those of us who sew need to pass it along. And we need to do it freely. So what if you use a Christmas Stocking project to make money on your own? Good for you. Way to go. You put your own spin on it and you had the initiative to do it. Steal all my projects. I'm down with it. Some are on my projects/tutorial page and some are in the blog itself.
Additionally, if you need help with any of these simple sewing thingies, just ask. You can put a comment with a question and I'll get back to you. If you subscribe to email notifications for replies, you'll get a handy dandy email when I do. If I don't have the answer, I'll see if I can find one.
TheSewingDictionary.com has been redesigned and will launch later today. That's another free site. I add definitions often. If you have any suggestions, contact me and I'll see what I can do about writing it up. Use the dictionary. Share the dictionary.
So here's the deal - you have my permission to use any ideas you see on this site. If you care to, link back to ScrapStitching.com. Use our eBay link to do your buying if you can. That helps pay the cyber rent. Or don't. No strings attached.
Think of this as open source sewing ideas and instruction. That's about it. Steal my stuff.
Sneak peak at strawberry pinwheel baby quilt I'm finishing today. I was testing out a method of making triangles with two squares like this tutorial shows.