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Sweet Little Swimsuit Pattern Tutorial

March 30, 2017 in News, Projects

SUMMER!! It's just around the corner! The warmth, the events, the pool, the fun, the memories...many in the great outdoors. So, why not make a sweet baby swimsuit for the wee one in your life in anticipation for summer and in honor of National Serger Month?!?! You don't have to look at too many of my tutorials to see how much ...

Newsboy Hat Pattern

April 16, 2014 in News

This little Newsboy Hat Pattern is adorable...I just had to share the pattern with you! You can find the pattern here; it is sold on an etsy shop called ButterflyTree. You can just buy, download, and print easy! It was such a fun sew! I sewed this for my son's 6 month pictures out of a heavy corduroy I had ...

by Stacey

Little Girls, Big Style

March 3, 2012 in Tips & Tricks

Little Girls, Big Style After creating the project ‚Girls Handkerchief Hemmed Top & Matching Pants‚ I decided that my little pumpkin pie's wardrobe needed a little pick me up for spring. I recently found the book Little Girls, Big Style by Mary Abreu. In the book, she shows you how to sew a 23 piece boutique wardrobe using 4 easy patterns. You can order ...

by Kali

Simple Felt Christmas Ornament

December 13, 2011 in Projects

Last week I shared images from my Deep Sea Tree that I had decorated with the ornaments and tree topper that I'd sewn last year. This year I went with a new woodland theme. I haven't finished all of my ornaments yet, but I thought I'd share one of the ornament patterns I created in case you wanted to make ...

by Joi

Sourcing Supplies in NYC

August 26, 2010 in General

A few weeks ago I took an amazing trip to NYC. When you love fashion, design and sewing, NYC is the place to visit for all things creative. I just love walking the garment district and seeing the unlimited options in fabric, trims, beads, fur, notions and anything else you can think of. Of course I stopped at Mood and ...

Casserole dish carrier pattern needed

April 6, 2010 in Find It / Buy It, General, Projects

What a beautiful Easter weekend.  A great way to welcome spring.  Although this holiday was very difficult for my family, it was so nice to enjoy this lovely weather outdoors with the extended family together laughing, talking, and sharing great stories from way back!  After hours of talking my stories usually gravitate back to sewing at some point.  My aunt ...

by Kendra

Tracing Paper Tips

September 18, 2009 in General, Tips & Tricks

Be careful of the tracing or dressmakers' paper you use. Dressmakers' paper has a coated side and leaves a mark on your fabric when you wheel over the lines. These lines are hard to remove, so choose the color of the paper wisely. Yellow tends to be the strongest color and may bleed through your fabric.  Always use white on white ...

Now, was that so difficult?

May 25, 2009 in General

After months of contemplating, I am no longer in danger of sewdultery. I finished my tunic project with the help of my oh-so-kind sewing friend, Kelly.  A bit longer than I thought (I'm 5' 2" so everything is a bit too long) but not bad for my first garment project. Cute, huh?   [caption id="attachment_1169" align="alignnone" width="205" caption="Indygo Junction Over the Top ...
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