Friday, July 1, 2022

July 4th Fun!


*JULY 4th FUN*

July 4th commemorates the declaration of independence and celebrates the history and traditions of the United States. Get ready for BBQs, outdoor games and fireworks! To get you prepared for July 4th, here are some awesome pattern to decorate your home or backyard. Perfect projects for a long weekend!

1. DIY dog scarf made with the Hometown America collection!  

A simple square cut of fabric can be folded to make an adorable bandana. Just measure your pets neck to ensure the triangle is long enough to tie a knot. 

View Collection HERE

2. Independence Day by Natalie Crabtree using Hometown America

View the full Hometown America Collection HERE

Get the free pattern HERE

3. Grill Master Quilt by Natalie Crabtree made with the Best BBQ Ever collection. 


View the full collection HERE

Free pattern instructions are available HERE

4. Easy Star table runner made with Best BBQ Ever by The Fabric Addict!


Pattern is available HERE

5. What’s a bbq without food? Get some Spam going on the grill Here are some of the projects we love starring the Spam Collection: 

Spam hearts table topper by Material Girlfriends


See the full collection HERE

Get the pattern HERE

6. Spam Potholders made by Bea Quilter! 


See fabric requirements and more information on her blog HERE

7. You would be the life of the party if you bring this homemade travel friendly gameboard using the Graydations Fat quarter Bundle, FQ0301! The 3 in 1 fabric checkerboard, chess board and tic-tac-toe board sewing project was made by Tamaras Joy. 

See the full collection HERE 

Learn how to make it with the free tutorial HERE

If you would like to place a wholesale order, contact your local sales representative, or visit us at!

We'd love to see what you're creating at home. Share what you sew with us and you may even be featured on our blog or social media. You can share what you create by tagging us on social media @michaelmillerfabrics or e-mailing pictures to

Happy Independence Day & Happy Sewing! 

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