Pattern coming soon!!
Pattern coming soon!!
Someone’s favorite leggings were ruined last week in a tumble. My daughter’s eyes got real big when I pulled out the scissors and snipped off the bottoms of her pants. I hope she doesn’t get any grand ideas! With just a few more weeks of summer, we may be able to eek out a little more wear.
Using the zigzag stitch on my sewing machine, a “lettuce leaf” edge was created by pulling the jersey leggings as it was stitched. I narrowed the stitch length (.9 on my sewing machine) for a tighter hem. Volia! Shorts! Like new!
Patriotic pants!!! Here’s a free downloadable pattern. Enjoy!
Father’s Day gifts — Hankies and pocket squares! Trace letter with an ink soluble pen and embroider using backstitch.
I’m excited to announce that the Knitting for Newbies class series will be continuing this summer. Summer Saturdays kick off Saturday, June 15th from 9:30-10:30AM. Our first project will be baby leg warmers! Class size is limited so reserve your spot today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information (more…)
Here’s the latest project! A little something for your tot to wear this summer! Free downloadable pattern here (more…)
Lately, I’ve been inspired by Betz White’s work in up-cycling. When I ran into this dingy old table linen at a local vintage store, I thought, “hey, I can make my two year old wear this!” I’m only half kidding, of course. The adorable embroidered daises were too much to pass up! I bought it, sent it through several rounds of OxiClean (that stuff is amazing!), cut a hole in the middle, and voila! –a cute dress or smock for a toddler. It was really that simple. Here are the details: (more…)
After all the dresses and skirts, here’s something for the little guy. Pattern is here: MMMbloomersback2T Xx
It’s hard to get a little wiggle worm to hold still for a picture! Here’s a free tutorial on our summer swing dress!! Just in time for warmer weather! Be sure to share pictures! Xx (more…)
Happy Spring! Need a weekend project? Here is a quick tutorial to keep your little one cool and breezy!
For a 12″ skirt, cut fabric 15″ x 42″ (or at least double the waist size). Fold down 1/4″ from cut line and iron. (more…)
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