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Christmas is coming, the magical days when the happiness of adults and children is on show in between the brightness of the illuminated trees and the smell of the laid tables. Enjoy the coziest Christmas sewing for your home and family with the magic and charm of something “handmade”. For this reason, today we are showing you how to sew tablecloth and napkins with the fabrics from the Katia Fabrics…

When you become a mom or dad, a reversible sleep sack becomes a must-have for your baby’s sleep routine. It will be your best ally because it will keep your baby from moving, getting undressed, and feeling cold while they sleep. If the idea of sewing a sleeping bag for your baby with your own two hands immediately brings a smile to your face, you’re in the right place, because we’re…

sewing a gift bag

Are you already planning your Christmas gifts? Here’s a tutorial how to sew a gift bag. This is a really quick and easy project; you can make it in an afternoon. Christmas bags are a special detail to give your Christmas presents a handmade vibe. Today, the step-by-step instructions are given by Xènia (@xeniabj), who’s in love with everything handmade. I’m Xènia, I love sewing and handcrafts in general. When I…

Are you already thinking about ideas for decorating your home this Christmas? If so, we are sharing a few ideas of how to decorate the Christmas table with the Christmas fabrics from Katia Fabrics. You can create a unique decoration for this very special time of year. We have different fabrics like Canvas or Poplin (100% cotton poplin) in our catalogue of fabrics with Christmas motifs. Furthermore, discover a new fabric…

Today we are sharing the step by step instructions so you can create this original fabric toiletry case designed by Anabel from Costuras Anabel. The design of this accessory is very special and different. Furthermore, it has a zipper fastening plus a useful and practical hanging strap. Although it may seem like a difficult design to make, you will soon find out that this is not the case, thanks to…

Here are the step-by-step instructions so that you can learn how to sew kids’ pants  (from 86 cm to 104 cm). The pattern for this cute design is included in the Fall-Winter Cottagecore sewing pattern magazine by Katia Fabrics and comes in sizes from 12-18 months (86 cm) to 3-4 years (110 cm). These pants, with an elastic waist and front and back pockets, are the perfect design to make…

free sewing patterns

Last year at Katia we held a creative design competition to discover enthusiastic new talents and designers like the contest finalist Akukuna DIY. All of us fell in love with her Pegui dress, a sewing pattern that you can download for free at Katia.com. Furthermore, it is an extremely versatile dress that you can sew with our jersey fabric or muslin. In this post, we are sharing the two free…

Fall is here and, as the cold weather approaches, we feel more like sewing winter clothes. It’s time to get you and your family ready for this winter season. So, we suggest sewing patterns, especially coats, for babies and children. Keep your little ones warm with coraline and sheepskin fabric by Katia Fabrics. Sew coats and jackets with our most wintery fabrics: Fleece Sherpa and Teddy Fur. Get ready for…

October 31 is the most terrifying and fun night of the year. If you’re someone who can’t wait to fill your home with horrifying details for trick-or-treating, this post is for you. We suggest Halloween décor ideas with step-by-step tutorials for you to surprise your little ones and for them to have a terrific night.  4 Halloween décor ideas with step-by-step tutorials If you want to have a truly frightful…

This Halloween, we’re going to turn balls of yarn and fabrics into your favorite movie and TV series characters. Here are 4 Halloween costume ideas 100% handmade by you to celebrate the most terrifying night of the year. Turn yourself and the youngest members of your family into the protagonists of Harry Potter, into Eleven from Stranger Things, into Sadness, the blue feeling from the Upside Down movie, or into…

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