These soft, cuddly bunnies are just waiting to be loved. This easy project is perfect for any old or scrap cashmere or soft woolens you might have. Step by step photos and directions make this a quick and easy pattern to follow, even for a novice sewer. You can find … Continue reading →
How cute are these little guys? These soft little Jack Rabbits would make a great gift or Easter decoration. Substitute the buttons for the eyes for a perfect soft, cushy stuffed favorite for the “younger set”.
What little girl doesn’t love dress up? Add in practical for the parents and you’ve got happiness! This fabulous cape is the perfect jacket and sure to be a favorite. It looks so professional and classy with the hint of vintage – hence the “Audrey Cape” name. This … Continue reading →
The circle skirt is one of the easiest items of clothing to sew, making it an ideal starter project for a beginner and great for anyone who wants to whip up a skirt in a hurry. The skirt is formed from a simple circular shape that flows with flare and … Continue reading →
I couldn’t resist posting this Princess Hooded Towel Tutorial. It is just too cute, and I know isn’t just for bath time. I can see this the all time favorite at the pool or beach, or even just running around playing. Give the princess, or prince, their crown with this … Continue reading →
Hooded towels are awesome – put a silly monster face on it and you have a winner (and big smiles all around). These are sure to please kids of any ages, and would make great gifts too. The easy step by step tutorial is easy to follow and there’s lots … Continue reading →
All children’s clothing should be reversible like this adorable dress! This A-line style pattern starts with minimal cutting, simple sewing and ends with a finished product that looks great, is practical, easy on and off. All high priorities when trying to keep up with little ones. This free pattern … Continue reading →
Sometimes a sweatshirt or sweater is just too much, but you still a little something more than short sleeves. The knit fabric makes this a perfect little cover up. This pattern is tagged for children but with just a few tweaks can easily be made for grown ups. You can hem … Continue reading →
Kids love fleece – warm, cozy, and comfortable. Mom’s love how easy it is to toss in the wash. This jacket is sure to please everyone. Easy to put together, with maximum results – my favorite kind of project :). And for a little extra *oomph*, the hand embroidery … Continue reading →
There are numerous ways to use the Duckie Skirt pattern — here you can see two cute and easy options. Just add some simple easy appliques with ric-rac braid border, or change it up by adding some cute button flowers. You can add your own ideas to this basic pattern … Continue reading →
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