This structured Kennedy bag has lots of pretty detailing. It’s large enough to carry all of your essentials as well. Make it in a great patchwork, or stick to a single fabric! The bag also features a zippered pocket on the lining of the bag, and also divided pockets right … Continue reading
This bag was made using my line of fabric for Art Gallery Fabrics called Jungle Ave. This small bag will allow you to try out several fun bag-making techniques; adding a metal twist lock, using piping in a bag, making darts, and adding elastic pockets. Use your favorite print and combine … Continue reading
Typically seen on little girls clothes, but often in women’s clothing too, on the hemline of casuals and maxi dresses, this curly-wurly lettuce edge hem looks pretty and is practical too, adding no bulk to the hemline. No fabric is turned up so if you are short on length, this … Continue reading
This turtleneck for babies pattern and tutorial is suitable for babies 18-24 months.If you wanted to sew a for babies in your family or for your friends but couldn’t find any free patterns around the blogosphere, you came to the right place. Here’s a perfect blouse for cooler days. Find the turtleneck … Continue reading
The Carolina breeze bag is a medium-size casual carry-all shoulder bag. The soft pleats and a big pretty bow make this purse sweet yet very simple. The finished bag is 13″ tall and 16″ wide. Strap length is adjustable from a long, shoulder strap, to a short handbag length. The free PDF pattern/eBook has full-size printable pattern pieces, step-by-step instructions, and photos. Find the Carolina breeze bag pattern here.
A cute cardigan comes is hand so often. It’s not only versatile matching perfectly almost any type of clothing but it’s also one of my go to clothing item. I like to carry one with me everywhere, putting it on during chilly mornings and evenings and then carrying it … Continue reading
This is the Maria dress 3 in 1 set. It is an ideal piece for a woman who wants to have a versatile, practical and beautiful set on her closet. Combine the pieces to get a dress, a peplum top or a basic skirt. 3 in 1 Set! Find the tutorial … Continue reading
Sewing accurately is the key to making items that look “handmade” rather than “homemade”, and for giving your project a really nice finish. It might not seem that important, but taking that extra few minutes to do things right rewards you so much when you are at the final stages … Continue reading