This year I am bound and determined to get ahead of myself when it comes to Christmas decorating and crafting. I’ve made the bold decision to skip Thanksgiving decorating (not Thanksgiving) and go right from Halloween to Christmas. Believe it or not, but I agonized over that decision (yep, it’s … Continue reading →
I recently had a request to sew up a couple of casserole carriers. I knew I had already found a few patterns on Pinterest and had saved them to my easy sewing projects board. You never know when a great idea you see on Pinterest is going to come in … Continue reading →
I had a few traditional zipper pouches, but they were too small and too hard to open with one hand while juggling a baby. So, I created these stiff, easy to open organizing pouches to keep everything in one spot. The vertical tabs make it easy to keep things separated, … Continue reading →
Today I have another cute project to share with you all: a super easy and quick DIY sock snowman! This is probably your best choice if you need to put together some last minute Christmas ornaments as it literally takes minutes to make. And the result is absolutely fabulous!
The boho chic belt with a secret pocket is not an entirely new concept. The first time I saw this belt was on a model’s waist in a swanky dance club in Philadelphia, but that was eons and eons ago. At that time, I admired with marvel how she produced … Continue reading →
Make super quick and easy pants for kids from the sleeves of old sweatshirts, fleeces and sweaters! No sewing pattern is necessary and, because the sleeves already have hems or cuffs, a lot of the work is already done for you! So comfortable for kids to play or go to … Continue reading →
I have a massive collection of umbrella fabric from umbrellas that I find broken and abandoned on the side of the street (which I usually use to make my Carry Everywhere Shopping Bags) so I immediately got to work making these covers for both kids and a friend.
Blanket tails are a popular trend right now, and they’re a great way to keep you toasty on even the coolest evenings! Today I’m sharing an Adult Mermaid Tail Blanket Free Pattern, because why should kids have all the fun?!
I am going to show you how to make a double welt pocket using the traditional, but simplified, tailoring method called “five lines”. There are a few ways to make a double welt pockets, this is just one of them. Before we get started, let’s make sure to define our … Continue reading →
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