I found a pile of Christmas napkins at the thrift store that I decided to turn into a festive holiday skirt. I pinned and folded and played with them on my dress form until I came up with this arra…
I took a few lessons at a local sewing studio.
I adore wool in the wintertime. Sweater, coats, skirts and most beloved are my wool socks
She looks gorgeous. You did a fabulous job!
This is my second make of the Colette Patterns “Beignet” It came together fairly fast, even though this corduroy was a pain in the booty. It’s so warm and cozy! More photos and details can be found…
I like hardcopy patterns the best, but google and youtube are very important to me when I’m stuck…
What pattern did you use? I love this, very pretty!
I sewed a little bit in highschool and gave up in frustration. I restarted this year and am in love!
Sewing bloggers, I find inspiration from my fellow seamstresses
I wish spaghetti straps made themselves, I love them in RTW but won’t touch them in my home sewing.
My seam ripper, we’re close friends
It wasn’t very difficult at all, I ran into problems with the sleeve placket, but i’m still a nov…
I have seen 2 other copies just at garage sales so I think it’s fairly plentiful. It came togethe…
I used a vintage McCall’s pattern (6383) from 1978 to make a western shirt for my husband’s Christmas present. The yoke, front bands and cuff are cut on the bias to add visual interest. had a lot …
This is darling! Great Job
My new invisible zipper foot, so quick and easy. I no longer fear zippers
Thank you all so much!
so cute! i love little plushies
I cut a size 12, and had to make a few adjustments to get the fit close to right (I made two muslins). I shortened the waist 1 1/4″ and the length by 2″ so that it would hit below my knee as oppose…
I really love this jacket! So cute.
I sewed up Simplicity 2406 for my baby sister’s 22nd birthday. She’s quite petite so I took two inches out of the bodice. I also cut a size smaller than she measures; so the baggy fit of this dress…
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Pattern of the Week
A body skimming shift goes mod with graphic stripes and square neckline!
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