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For all the Valentines your child will receive, they’ll need a special place to store them. Create this holiday project that the kids will love. Let the Valentines Mail Pouch Tutorial teach you how. Leave it up all year for little notes and gifts for special occasions or an extra … Continue reading
I found this pattern on Rhonda’s Creative Life. It looks awesome and is just a series of five rectangular pieces. This pattern would be perfect for a knit or jersey material. Move the hem up for a cute tunic for leggings and boots. Keep it knee length, add some … Continue reading
I love to start my day with Yoga. I prefer either leggings or flowing cotton pants like these. Just depends on the weather and my mood. This pattern is a breeze and there’s no waste. How wide the leg fabric is, depends on how full you want the final pants … Continue reading
Undies, underwear, unmentionables, pants, panties, knickers, bloomers, drawers, briefs, etc. Whatever you call them, we all need them and wear them – but not many of us have ever tried to sew our own – until NOW ! And I’ve made a free pattern so you can all make your own to … Continue reading
This mini tote is perfectly sized for love letters, a Kindle or iPad Mini, or a journal. The project is simple to make and a total scrap buster. Change the colors around and it can be for anytime of year. This pattern comes to us from Heather at the Sewing … Continue reading
Who doesn’t love a good bag? This messenger bag is large, roomy, and perfect for being out and on the go. Final dimensions will be about 16 inches wide by 14 inches high. You can easily adjust it to be other sizes if needed though. Step by step directions … Continue reading
I love this children’s tie pattern! Using the fun fabrics available can turn an everyday tie into a smile event. Your boys might even want to head to the fabric store with you and pick out their own material. The tutorial includes patterns and instructions for velcro and elastic ties in … Continue reading
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