This Bellows Pocket Tutorial will be essential information on this blog for the coming months, if not years. I will be referring back to this tutorial often, so I will ask you to use the print-friendly button on the side of the screen and print the tutorial. Bellows Pockets are … Continue reading →
Fringed handles are easy to make once you use the right type of fabric. The best fabric for this type of handle is one that ravels easily with think weft and warp yarn-dyed threads woven to make a design. Materials Tools Fabric Suggestions The best fabrics to use to make … Continue reading →
I have been traveling recently, so this is a short and sweet tutorial on how to make a cool and practical faux fur scarf to fight off the winter cold. This scarf will not only keep you warm this winter, but it will also be a stylish and trendy addition … Continue reading →
I am back in Paris, one of the places in the world I feel at home, and yes, this was once home when I was so poorly paid and blissfully happy. It is a dichotomy, to be sure, but I am well aware of how blessed I have been to … Continue reading →
Elizabeth – The lucky blouse for your classic wardrobe; believe me, this is true, it brings good luck to all who wear it. This classic blouse pattern is sure to become a permanent feature of your wardrobe, so stick it out to the end! This classic blouse pattern is a … Continue reading →
Today I’ll be sharing with you the curvy girl’s perfect jeans blouse. What makes it perfect, you might ask? Well, I recently got to put it to the test, making it only in a matter of hours before hopping on a flight to Europe. That trip, which I only just … Continue reading →
For this weekend’s project, we have the Small Fringed Tote Bag pattern. Bag-making is my go-to project when I get a bit bored with making clothing. I love making bags because there is no fitting to do, plus I can push myself by using different materials and techniques as a … Continue reading →
This is my perfect jeans blouse, made in silk crape, elastic sleeves, slit collar, and hi-low hem. It is an elegant yet casual blouse that can be worn under a jacket. It can be the perfect blouse for work or dinner; worn on its own, or it could be the … Continue reading →
Halloween is just around the corner and this year I’m determined to scare the living daylights out of my neighbor’s kids (all in good fun, of course..). For this, I’m definitely going to need a Halloween witch hat pattern. I haven’t really participated much in Halloween since my kids stopped trick or … Continue reading →
This is an easy scissors pouch pattern to help you never lose your scissors again. No matter how many times you’ve heard your mother or teacher say “don’t run with scissors!” you still do (because you seem to always be in a hurry). Well, that’s exactly what I did and … Continue reading →
I’ve had this Mini Backpack Coin Purse pattern on the back burner, so to speak, for a while and almost completely forgot about it. It was meant to be the companion of The Small Backpack sew along and part of Daisy’s wardrobe if you remember those two past projects from couple months ago. … Continue reading →
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