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 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 →
This is the second part of the denim midi skirt pattern. I shared the first part with you last weekend, you can grab the pattern here if you haven’t yet. Denim Midi Skirt Pattern – A Skirt For Mid-Seasons: Part 1 Many of you have expressed the intention of making … Continue reading →
This weekend we jump on the bandwagon of fashion trends with one of the most versatile and easy to wear things for all ages… the denim midi skirt pattern. This denim midi skirt pattern will be perfect for a lady who wants to hide a bit of a tummy or … Continue reading →
This is my seventh pattern of 2018 and part of the New Year’s Resolution Workout Wear collection. This is the Yoga shorts pattern for women. A New Workout Wardrobe: My New Year Resolution A long time ago when my family and I moved from Paris to Sydney, I did not … Continue reading →
In my last project, the burlap bag I gave you the challenge to guess the name of the technique I used to create the print on the bag. I read your comments and there were many of you who got the right answer, but as you know we can only … Continue reading →
This is the first part of a tutorial using the burlap shopping bag pattern. You’ll be able to make the complete bag in the first part, but in the second part, I will show you how to create the print for this type of fabric. On my recent trip to … Continue reading →
I know I’m running the risk of sounding crazy by making a placemat clutch bag. But please bear with me. I am using plastic placemats to make my clutch and it only took me two hours to make! (Making the pattern, however, was another story, because of the way the bag … Continue reading →
This is the second part of the unisex pajama pattern. These are the pajama bottoms to match the top that we did last week. I am using the rest of my flannel which is already washed and preshrunk in the dryer. I have added pockets to the pants, for whatever … Continue reading →
The Batwing Sweater Top Pattern comes in sizes S to 3XL and can be made using a serger only. It is a super easy outfit to sew and even easier to wear. My preference would be stockings and high boots if worn as a mini dress. Leggings and fur slipper boots … Continue reading →
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