Every Friday I search the net to find free craft tutorials and patterns on a certain theme and round-up all my favourite links for you. To find something specific, search my blog using the search function on the top left.
This week I've sifted through all the tutorials on crafting with grain and coffee sacks. Here's some of my favourites:
Mia from the blog Jilly and Mia shared a tutorial on how to make cofee sack headboard that makes me seriously covet her style. Click the link to see how to do it.
Get ready to drool over this French grain sack chair re-upholstery tutorial found at the blog Vintage Resurrections.
Karen from the Graphics Fairy shared a tutorial on how to print your own grain sack towels, including a free printable. Click the link to get the printable and the instructions.
If you've ever priced up vintage grain sacks you'll find that they can be quite pricey. Get the look of vintage grain sacks without the hefty price tag by clicking here to learn how to make your own with this tutorial found on the Peppertowne blog
Amanda who blogs at Reloved Rubbish created a tutorial to create a faux grain sack slipcover. Isn't that fab? Click the link to check it out.
Peggy Hale shared a tutorial on how she created a faux grain sack upholstered chair on her blog PJH Designs.
Kate who blogs at Centsational Girl shared how she completed a chair makeover complete with a grain sack upholstered seat. Click the link to check out how Kate created this beautiful chair.
Aimee who blogs at Twigg Studios shared a tutorial on how she made this Product of Great Britain Grain Sack pillow. Click the link to see how to do it.
Aimee at Twigg Studios also has this awesome grain sack stuffed stag head tutorial on her blog. Click the link to find out how to make it.
Kirstin Joy at Burlap and Buttons shared a tutorial on how she made a window valance using coffee sacks.
Joy from the blog Joys of Home shared a tutorial on how she painted a grain sack pattern onto burlap and framed it to make a unique piece of wall art.
Linda Robertus who blogs at Blue Jacaranda shared a tutorial on how to make a burlap coffee sack apron. Click the link to see this great how-to.
If you've got a length of burlap you can transform it into something fabulous with the help of these tutorials.