Sometimes dresses are so gorgeous they can be intimidating to imagine making it yourself but just take a calm look. Their beauty is in the fabric and in the most simple way all you need to do is add a little basic sewing skill. Featured: Empire waist dress with a … Continue reading →
As you might know, I’m a cat lover. I have 3 cats, all black and all a little bit crazy in their own way. Oliver, my 3-legged cat, is often the unintended star of my sewing videos and especially is very fond of quilting. I’m such a sucker for an … Continue reading →
This soft and light DIY baby toy will help your baby build tactile awareness, along with a few other benefits for the child. Learn how to make it, it’s an ideal sewing project for beginners! You’ll Need: What you need are a few fabric scraps, preferably in white or non-dyed: … Continue reading →
This adorable crossbody bag is perfect for children or adults who want a smaller sized bag for essentials. It is a simple, easy sew – one zippered pocket on the inside and a flap closure with instructions for an optional decorative tassel on the flap. Notions and supplies: (1) 1” … Continue reading →
Make this Easy A-line Skirt with a free pattern and tutorial. This post contains a free PDF printable pattern on the material list. Enjoy! Materials to make an Easy A-line Skirt Sewing Machine Denim needle Coordinating color thread 8” metallic zipper Two 8” X 5/8 woven interfacing straps Download and … Continue reading →
Among the occasion gowns, a tiered empire-waisted number is always a standout with its elegant double-ruffled flounce. You will need: Approx. 4 ½ – 5 yds. [4.2 – 4.6 m] of fashion fabric, 60” [152 cm] wide 1 dress zipper, approx. 15” [30 cm] long Coordinating thread Kraft paper You … Continue reading →
Appliqués are shapes or letters with an adhesive on the backside so that they can be applied, using an iron, to everything from clothing, (think adorable initials on Children’s coats, for example) to pillows, to tablecloths.
This mini messenger is a quick, easy sew with fun details such as piping and a twist lock closure on the flap. The flap is the perfect size to show off a small piece of your favorite fabric. You can use a variety of materials – vinyl, faux leather, quilt … Continue reading →
The Easy Beach Cover-Up is a quick and easy tutorial, so you can whip up your own in an hour or less before heading out to the beach! You will need a few measurements before you begin. First, measure the fullest part of your body. Divide the number by 2, … Continue reading →
This dress is just another way that you can utilized the Bodice Pattern and another fun and stylish way! The stripe used in this tutorial is about 3/8″ wide, you can have fun with different widths. Supplies: 2 Meters of Striped Stretch Fabric Medium Weight (Double Faced Knit or Ponte Works … Continue reading →
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