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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 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
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
So if you saw my most recent post Quick & Easy Cut Off Shorts with Tutorial! then you may just be ready for this one :). At step 2 I mentioned to save the leg peices you cut off & this is why! … Continue reading
I remember as a child & teen taking scissors to my old jeans to make shorts. It worked but I have to say they were often FAR from straight and they unraveled for ever getting shorter & shorter over time … Continue reading
This is just another great thing I stumbled upon on Pinterest and wanted to share for 365 Days of Pinterest! I LOVE this tutorial that Delia Creates has for making easy knit produce bags out of t-shirts! I love green projects, especially … Continue reading
This is just another great thing I stumbled upon on Pinterest and wanted to share for 365 Days of Pinterest! Photo from mycakies.blogspot.com I have to say I end up with a LOT of fabric scraps and I am always looking for … Continue reading