This Unisex Pajama Pattern is part of a new storyboard that I will be sharing with you called “Feelings”. It’s made up of clothes that either match or improve your state-of-mind. With this pajama pattern, we will be focusing on comfort and warmth. This is Part 1 of the pajamas … Continue reading →
My carpet tote bag is the result of my never-ending desire to make bags with unusual materials. It’s also, the result from impulse buying… I was looking for some materials that I could use instead of leather, and I was practicing my usual “whatever catches my eye” technique. This is something I do often, … Continue reading →
The t-shirt dress pattern is a part of my attempt to make a summer wardrobe that is both easy to make and easy to wear. The t-shirt dress is the perfect item to make when you only have a couple of hours to spare and are in need of something practical … Continue reading →
The paper bag pants pattern is a favorite of casual chic dressers. It is a super easy project perfect for sewing over the weekend. If you pair it with a cardigan and booties, vans shoes or sandals it is sure to become your favorite outfit when you are hoping to … Continue reading →
The belted pouch has been on the catwalk nonstop since the Summer of 2012 and will continue to be seen throughout the year. Just about every designer or ready-to-wear label has had a version of it. From $1,500 for a Gucci to just a few dollars at H&M you can find … Continue reading →
This Fabric Belt is a perfect project for using your scrap since you will only need a couple of strips of fabric. This fabric belt tutorial applies to any size buckle. The key is to know how much fabric to cut to be able to fit into the buckle. Belts, … Continue reading →
Hello Lovelies! We will continue altering and sewing the cape pattern from last week. The cape pattern as it is will fit an 11-year-old boy/girl to a 2XL person but is rather short it falls above the knees if you want it longer follow the few steps below. Vampire Cape Pattern … Continue reading →
This weekend we are going to make a hooded cardigan with pockets. This is part two of the Proteus cardigan series where we are using the same pattern to make a few different looks. Previously I had shared with you the Proteus cardigan with bishop sleeves. The body of the cardigan … Continue reading →
This is the vampire cape pattern, a perfect sewing project for the upcoming cold, grey, lazy sewing October days. Making Halloween outfits for older teenagers is very hard these days. The media, tv shows and movies often have children overly sexualized, preying upon the need for kids to belong to … Continue reading →
This is the new long romper pattern. I think it’s the perfect combination of comfort and convenience –a must have in any wardrobe. The number one request I get is for more comfortable, easy going, and good-looking clothes. A few people have suggested to me that the Salina Easy Romper would be … Continue reading →
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