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I finally made something for ME last month . This is Lil Blue Boo’s GoTo Women’s Knit Top. I have a 41″ bust and made the size L. It is made with a very thing/draping cotton blend knit. It had … 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
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
A huge advantage to the digital age is that we are no longer limited to the ‘Big3/4′ tissue patterns you find in stores. Not only are their unlimited numbers of free tutorials but there are also many eBooks or .pdf … Continue reading
I know this is a few weeks late but as you saw from my last post we have been a little distracted . Anyway it is time to vote for a winner for our February Sewing Challenge where the theme … Continue reading
The poll has been closed & though they were all great projects there can only be one winner. With the most vote (18 total) the winner of the January sewing challange by blog reader votes is… Fabric Flowers Pins From … Continue reading