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Recently on Pinterest I fell in love with ‘The Perfect Fitted Cap Sleeve Tee’ from iCandy. It is a cute simple tee that can easily remain causal, layered or dressed up! Depending on the colors you use it can … Continue reading
I know upcycled dresses are all over for girls, but what about those boys? As a mom of 2 boys it can be hard at times to find cute boy patterns that age appropriate yet school worthy for my 7.5yr … Continue reading
I have been sewing with knits for a while but as they have become more available more people have started trying them out as well. Unfortunately they don’t always realize that they sew a bit differently until they finish the … Continue reading
I have been making the square bottom version of these upcycled/recycled t-shirt bags for years but you either have to do more sewing to create boxed corners or you get these weird pointy, almost yoda like, corners depending on what … Continue reading
This mini fix it tutorial goes along with my recent post about fixing pants. It also goes alone with my issue with lots of patterns, though most common with .pdf’s & free online tutorials you will find these issues with … Continue reading
I must say I love the availability of .pdf patterns especially because of you don’t have to leave the house and the can include lots of pictures. This makes them a prime choice for many who are new to sewing … Continue reading
Upcycled dresses, hoodies & pants are currently very popular but can easily cost an arm and a leg. There is good reason for that, well made garments take time to make & decent knits are not cheap. I have started … Continue reading
One of the complications of #5 being a surprise is that #1 I didn’t hold on to a ton of maternity clothes because we were pretty sure we were done #2 I am prego in opposite seasons so the bit … Continue reading
A few years ago a friend of mine asked me if could make her some Matilda Jane style shorties. She loves them but they are not cheap & the sell out fast. So the last few years I have made … Continue reading