This basket is essentially a drawstring bag joined to a fabric basket with handles. It’s not hard to make, but it is quite a long tutorial. The finished dimensions – 7″ x 4″ x 6″ (w x d x h), with the drawstring section adding roughly another 6″ to the height. … Continue reading →
If you have been watching the size and style of bags lately, you’ve probably noticed all those impossibly cute little backpacks everyone is carrying. Along those lines, I’ve made this small backpack pattern to be small (and cute) but still big enough to be practical. This is an easy-to-make backpack, … Continue reading →
This ruffled shirt is a perfect pair with your favorite skirt or even jeans. Looks classy and fierce! The good thing is that you can create your own tops using t-shirts from your cabinet. Want to know how?
Create a rainbow sherbet fluffy coat for your kids using a minky cuddle shag fabric. The jacket is cozy, but not too heavy – the Cuddle Shag is super light and with a silky, fluid hand, unlike traditional faux fur that has a firm backing.
Create these lovely zipped pillow covers from your old and unused sweaters! Felt them in the washing machine with hot water, cut them up and applique the leaf design with the free downloadable template. Sew the two sides together with a zipper closure, and you’ve got a great new piece … Continue reading →
Who doesn’t love a pair of baby shoes? The forget-me-knot baby shoes are too cute for the babies to wear! These are just a sweet and simple mary jane style shoe with a knot in the strap for a cute added detail. They are the perfect “girly touch” without being over … Continue reading →
This little dancer ballet bag is so cute and sweet! It is 16 inches wide and 9 inches high that would provide plenty space for dance slippers, tutus and personal things a ballerina could need. This is perfect for any girls who loves bags, too!
Here’s a new idea on how to make your own lunch bags. Sewn up in sturdy, washable cotton fabric, each bag is finished off with a sweet little button. These bags are so pretty, in fact, you might want to use them for more than lunch!
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