Bow Tie Drool Bibs…for BOYS! (from a Men's shirt)
Bow Tie Drool Bibs...for BOYS! (from a Men's shirt) The day my kids go back to school after winter break is when the New Year officially starts for me. Because while they're still home, I'm still in vacation mode. The routine is off, everyone stays up later, we play a little harder, watch more movies, eat more treats, and everyone sleeps in a little later (hallelujah!). But today is the day that the kiddos start back to school. So, 2015 starts TODAY for me. Happy official New Year, friends…
Sew Pajama Pants Gift Sets - Melly Sews
Hey y’all – today I’m going to show you how to make pajama gift sets. These are easy sew drawstring bags that contain coordinating pajama pants inside. So you sew pajama pants and sew the bag, and make a kid in your life happy and super cute! I just love how these from the Good Read the Rest...
umm...more refashion stuff? - A girl and a glue gun
my last refashion…and i’m excited that i don’t have to get ready anymore to take pictures of myself. i think you should know by now the extreme hoarders-penny pincher mentality i have. so when my husband tells me to clean out my closet….well, it’s traumatic for me. i have alot of clothes. and i wear […]
15+ Easy Sewing Ideas
I’ve got a fun round up of easy sewing ideas for you this weekend. I’ve been meaning to do a sewing features for awhile now, and there were lots of sewing ideas linked up this week. I’m also including a few fun sewing tutorials that I’ve done recently at the end of the post inContinue Reading
There's a new pattern waiting to be introduced... The Lark e-pattern! The Lark e-pattern is a sewing pattern to make a comfortable maxi cardi for all seasons of the year. Choose from two views to make a maxi cardi with a collar or a hood. The pattern also includes instructions for sewing with knit fabrics - making it a beginner friendly sewing pattern. The simplicity of the design lends itself to easily be customized and modified for the more adventurous sewer. This pattern is very easy to…
How to Make Aprons From Shirts | eHow.com
Whether you're a beginning sewer or an experienced seamstress, you can look cooking-show chic while you cook. Refashioned from an old button-down shirt, this apron features coordinating pockets and a colorful waistband for a fashionable twist. Go for flair when choosing the accent fabrics.