Whether you’re preparing for a dinner party, Thanksgiving or just an everyday meal, an easy way to take your dining room table from plain to company-ready is to add a table runner. Making a table runner doesn’t require much fabric and is a simple-sew project that's great for beginners.
To see more, click the link in our bio or go to www.sailrite.com and search “How to Make a Table Runner Video.“
Get festive this Thanksgiving with your very own seasonal DIY placemats that will protect your table and look great! We also have a huge selection of quality fabrics perfect for the job.
To learn how to sew your very own quilted placemats, click on the link in our bio or visit www.sailrite.com and search "How to Make Quilted Placemats". #placemats#thanksgiving#sailrite#diysewing#diyideas#diycostume#diyhomedecor
Freshen up your dining room chairs with faux leather or vinyl fabric. This is a great beginner-friendly project if you're new to DIY or just want something quick and fun. Faux leather and vinyl are a great easy-clean fabric for families with messy kids.
Want to know what we used and how we did it? Click the link in our bio or visit www.sailrite.com and search "How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat With Faux Leather/Vinyl Fabric" to learn more.
Coasters are more than just a practical way to protect your table from watermarks, they're also great for accenting your décor! For our Outdoor Dining Area Makeover, we made these simple rope coasters as a fun nod to our love of all things nautical.
Want to know what we used and how we did it? Click the link in our bio or visit www.sailrite.com and search "Create Your Own Nautical Rope Coasters" to learn more.
This high-quality foam cutter features dual blades for smooth, clean cuts, even in high-density foam, making this a great tool for both DIYers and small upholstery shops. The two-blade system creates less bounce than single-blade foam cutters and makes it easier to saw through all types of foam.
Visit the link in our bio and search for the "Sailrite® Blade Foam Saw with Carrying Case" to learn more about this amazing tool and to order one.
Have your sail numbers or insignia seen better days? If your numbers or insignia are cracked or faded, or if you have a new-to-you sail with someone else’s numbers, then you’ll want to replace them. With a little patience and our helpful how-to, you can!
To learn more click the link in our bio or visit www.sailrite.com and search "How to Replace Sail Numbers & Insignia”. #sailinglife#sailing ⛵️ #sailingday#sailingpassion#sailingadventure#sailingvessel#sailingworld
Let's talk seams!
There are three popular seams that we recommend for sewing canvas projects. Let's talk about the benefits and potential drawbacks of each, as well as show you how to sew each one.
To learn about these three seams, click the link in our bio or visit www.sailrite.com and search "The 3 Most Popular Seams for Canvas.” #sewing#sewingtutorial#sewingproject#sewingroom#sewingclasses#sewingfun#sewinglove
Our new Sailrite® Upholstery Staple Guns are designed for both the serious upholsterer and casual DIYer. These guns feature convenient drop-in reloading with a shock-absorbing handle, and are specially designed to prevent the staples from going in too deep which can damage your fabric. Be sure to get our easy-to-use staple guns before you tackle your next upholstery project!
Visit the link in our bio and search for the "Sailrite® Upholstery Staple Gun" to learn more.
It's about that time of year to hang up the spatula and get the grill cleaned up to store for the winter. While we can't help you clean your grill, we can show you how to protect it year-roundwith a well-made, custom-fit grill cover.
To learn more, visit the link in our bio or visit www.sailrite.com and search "How to Make a Grill Cover for a Wood Pellet Grill.” #grilling#sewingtutorial#sewingproject#sewinginspiration#sailrite