Budding Baby Bunting Blanket tutorial The Budding Baby Bunting Blanket is the perfect keepsake blanket for your little one. What makes it so special? You are using those special baby photos to create the bunting on the blanket. This will be a blanket that they can enjoy when they are … Continue reading →
Free skirt tutorial – the Alice skirt This free skirt tutorial is an easy, no-pattern needed project for a perfect summer skirt. It comes with instructions on how to put the panels together or make your own unique skirt! The Alice skirt is very versatile. Play around with the fabric … Continue reading →
The typical gathering apron is often one such item where it can be voluminous and particularly unflattering to wear, in order for it to fulfill its purpose of allowing you to gather produce hands-free. Today I’m sharing a compromise with you. An apron that is both pretty and practical. It … Continue reading →
Make a statement in this Waterfall Top free pattern! It looks sexy but not revealing, it’s got an optional shoulder strap to cover your bra strap or leave it off, ruching down both sides, flatters the bust while disguising the tummy. The waterfall top is also stretchy, so it’s comfortable, … Continue reading →
Please welcome the Easy peasy Felt Tree Christmas Ornaments. To accompany the Felt Christmas Tree shared with you yesterday, today here is the easiest set of felt Christmas tree ornaments ever! Each of these mini ornaments is just 2 inches tall and you don’t need to collect lots of colors of felt or … Continue reading →
This cute felt Christmas tree is the perfect size to go on an entry table or use as a table centerpiece. It’s been designed with toddlers in mind, so they could safely decorate their own Christmas Tree and so it’s got magic buttons to play Christmas Carols too. It also … Continue reading →
This how to mark darts sewing tutorial is the Episode 4 in the How to Sew A Skirt Sew-along series. This new series will show you everything you need to know about how to draft and sew your own custom fit fully lined skirt. From pattern making, to darts, to … Continue reading →
The Toddler Dry Erase Coloring Placemat pattern is such a fun project, especially if you are a parent. My daughter loves coloring and we always have piles of coloring pages around the house (she loves to see her masterpieces on display – we just call it a mess) It’s quite … Continue reading →
Showcase your favorite coordinating prints with this modern hexagon table runner pattern. So easy to do and looks fabulous! Here’s a little tip: order a variety of fat quarters, all different, have them printed and then make a blanket out of it! It will look like you used a lot of … Continue reading →
Be bang up to date with this Nautical Mug Rug pattern also known as a place mat. It seems nautical is always in fashion. Want to make one yourself, or one similar? Great! Instructions and the template to download are linked below. Is this your first time with … Continue reading →
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