Check out this easy Kimono style dress pattern. It’s great for beginners, with no zips or tricky techniques, just basic sewing skills. Long or short this dress is super comfortable, easy to make, and can be dressed up or down. Use a soft cotton and you’ve got a great lounge at … Continue reading →
Simple scarf tutorial you can use with fabric scraps. Customizeable with length and width depending on how you’d like it. Perfect for chilly days. This one was sent from Patchwork Posse. You can find this tutorial here
There’s no need for multiple aprons when you can make one that serves every chef in your house.This tutorial will show you how to make an apron with a front pocket that can hold your utensils (or eyeglasses) as you walk around your kitchen. Because the apron size can be … Continue reading →
I found this easy and creative play house that opens to a mat on CookCleanCraft. Felt, scissors, some glue, a little velcro, and a touch of sewing and you’ve got a handy take anyway play house. It’s got plenty of space to carry cars, dolls, and other toys. As an added … Continue reading →
A Bolero jacket is the perfect way to transform a favorite summer dress into one for all seasons. I found this one on Plan B anna evers blog. She has step by step directions and photos that are easy to follow. The sequin material in the model is great and … Continue reading →
Is it chilly where you live? If so, you’ll love this heating pad pattern with photo play by play I found from TitiCrafty by Camila. It’s super easy and includes a pocket to add filler. I added lavender so I have not only a great, soft, flexible heating pad … Continue reading →
Surely everyone love leggings. Wear them under short dresses or tunics, wear them to the gym and for exercising, lounge around at home and even sleep in them. Wear them long and ankle length, calf for jogging, knee length or even as cycling shorts. Wear them in wool, jersey, lycra, stripes, … Continue reading →
Faux fur seems to be everywhere this season. What a great idea for some of the fabulous faux fur fabrics I found this year. This free pattern is from Sew 4 Home and gives you step by step directions and includes everything from the pom pom’s, a handy inside … Continue reading →
There are always a few sweaters I drag out every winter that end up on the bottom of the pile and never get worn. This is a great solution, and will help clean out your drawers or closet as well! I found this tutorial from The Renegegade Seamstress at eHow. … Continue reading →
I love wearing long skirts, anytime of the year. This free pattern is from Pretty Quirky Pants. The pattern is super easy to follow and only 12 steps! You could substitute the jersey material shown for a jewel toned suede cotton for a festive winter skirt. A batik cotton … Continue reading →
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