Pencil skirts are a wardrobe staple for so many women, and flatter almost every body type. They can be easily dressed up or down, and a pleated hem is a perfect way to take your basic pencil skirt up a notch! Supplies: pencil skirt pattern of choice skirt fabric (add … Continue reading →
The Bandanna Skirt Tutorial is so simple and quick! It only takes about 10 minutes from start to finish. Supply List: -3 Bandannas -1.5 inch wide Super soft elastic -sewing machine and matching thread. Check the most easy and quick girls skirt FREE pattern and tutorial, too!
Shirred sundresses with spaghetti straps are a fun wardrobe item. Whether you’re hanging out by the pool or just chilling on a summer day, this dress keeps you looking sweet and fresh all day long. This is a quick little dress that is easy to whip up in a day … Continue reading →
This is an easy tutorial and pattern for a small canvas tote bag. You can also use upholstery fabric as well. It’s a request from a few readers who make items to sell at markets, but I think anyone who loves to sew bags will love this one too. This … Continue reading →
Here’s a Crayon Markers Roll Tutorial that you can make for your kids. You can wear it around your waist and be ready for any marker emergency, or roll it up and take your makers with your where ever you go! You will need: main piece cut 6″x21″ cut 2 … Continue reading →
This little explorers vest is exciting to make. It comes in two sizes 3-5, and 6-7, and works for boys and girls. It has loads of pockets for finding, collecting and storing all kinds of treasures! What you need: 1/2 yard of fabric or a mix of two fabrics 1 … Continue reading →
Find out how to sew this back to school backpack for your kids using the tutorial. Supplies Needed: Mix and match fabric Thread to match 1 1/2 yards bias tape About 2 yards 1″ wide polyester straps (length depends on how long you want the straps and handle) A pair … Continue reading →
Fabric Book Hanger is fast, easy and super useful for kids. It can be made in any size. Use your largest book as a guide for cutting the width. Leave about an inch on each side of your book for a seam allowance. The length should be long… you can use the … Continue reading →
The apron is a timeless symbol of motherhood, home-life and delicious home-cooked meals…Historically, the apron was designed to protect the outfit underneath but it soon proved to be an indispensable all-purpose item –for wiping tears from little faces, storing treats, vegetables and chicken eggs in it’s ample pockets as well as … Continue reading →
This sewing machine needle organizer holds 18 packets of needles but you could adapt the pattern to hold more by increasing the width. However, because the organizer is folded in thirds for storing, you will need to add pockets in groups of three. Materials that you need: soft clear vinyl, pvc … Continue reading →
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