DIY heating pads

On last December we made together Christmas inspired Pocket Heating Pads, and now I want to translate this idea into a DIY heating pad for cramps or menstrual pains. And here is the beauty of this project. They are not only cute looking heating pads.
The actual shape of a heart covers the exact area on your body where the pain usually locates. Plus the weight (approx 450 gms per heart) is so comforting too.
Learn how to make your heating cramps pads in this tutorial.Read More →

Change Serger Threads

In this Post, I will tell you the secret shortcut to change serger threads on your Overlock/ Serger Machine quickly and without errors. The best thing is without having to see the instructions or opening the lid!! Click here to read the full tutorial.Read More →

How to Sew a Zipper

Sewing the perfect zipper might seem like a tricky thing, even if you have a few years sewing already. But it doesn’t have to be. Therefore, if you don’t know how to sew a zipper you NEED to read this post from top to end. I am going to show you 3 ways to insert a regular zipper into your garment. And at the end, I am going to give you one more special bonus tip that comes with a Free Sewing Pattern.Read More →

Sewing Resolutions

This year I decided to make 12 Sewing Resolutions for the thing I am most passionate about: Sewing. I want to improve my Sewing Skills, clean my Sewing Room and Sew more for Myself. This and other things is what I wrote on my list along with an actionable plan to achieve them. If you ever feel like you want to get better at Sewing, keep reading this post, print my FREE list and join me this year to be a better Seamstress. Every New Year’s Eve something Magical happens… We are given the gift of “Start Fresh”. We can treasure the good and forget theRead More →

Slippers Free Sewing Pattern

I thought I will give to all my subscribers their Christmas gift early this year. That’s why today I upload the Slippers Free Sewing Pattern to our Facebook Group, My Golden Thimble Sewing Club. I’ve tried in the past to find a good set of Slippers Sewing Patterns out there, but I just never did. Either they are too vague or to complex to do. And what do I do when I can’t find any pattern out there for me to sew?? I make my own!! Yes, yes my beautiful friends, I draft one easy Slippers FREE Sewing Pattern for all of us!! This pattern is exclusive for theRead More →

Rustic Christmas Wreath

I decided to decorate my house in Country-Farm style. One of the thing that made me decide on this type of decoration was this kind of Christmas Rustic Wreath made with branches. Learn how to make your own here.Read More →

If your hands are always cold this Xmas hand warmers DIY project is for you. Download the free sewing pattern and make your own in no time at all.Read More →

Sweater Hole tutorial

This tutorial shows you how to mend a Sweater hole and will save your favorite piece of winter garment so you can use it again. Click here to know how.Read More →

"V" Neckline Sweater pattern

You are going to L-o-v-e this “V” Neckline Sweater pattern and tutorial. V Necklines, very flattering for most of the body shapes, I definitely love them in all garments. But the thing is that is not very easy to nail the perfect V neckline band each time, am I right? Well, keep reading this tutorial. Here you are not only going to learn how to score the V neckline every time but also you are going to learn how to sew this fantastic and Cozy Lulu Sweater. The Lulu Sweater has become one of my favorite sewing patterns yet. It has a very relaxed but flatteringRead More →

Do you know how to print PDF sewing patterns?? Almost every pattern you buy online comes in a PDF format so you can print them at home. But let me tell you that printing and assembling your Sewing Patterns shouldn’t be hard. At least not here in My Golden Thimble. Printing our patterns is super easy and actually, very practical too. Why? Well, because when you finish assembling it. It would fold perfectly into the shape of a US letter page. So you can store them and organize them very easily in every place you keep your documents. Here is a great tutorial on howRead More →

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Headband DIY

This Headband DIY tutorial is the perfect way to start your winter projects. You can DIY this in less than 10 minutes with any stretchy fabric you have on hand. Isn’t it great?? These headbands are so popular in cold weather season. They keep your head and ears warm and the best thing is that they also make you look super stylish and feminine. In fact. This can be a great gift for your friends and family. I am already planning to make several of these for my family gals on Christmas because is a guaranteed to like present. Don’t you think? The great thing aboutRead More →