July is such a great month for wearing skirts! They're perfect for summer, easy to throw on after a day at the beach, and they can take you from the pool to date night with a quick accessory change. The lovely ladies at Simple Simon and Co. have an amazing series that they put together … Continue reading 10 Skirt Refashion Tutorials for Skirting the Issue
I love cardigans. I mean, I really, really love cardigans. I wear a cardigan nearly everyday in the fall, winter, and spring. And probably a lot of days in the summer too! I love to have a variety, and I've been itching to add a few more to my handmade wardrobe. It probably helps that … Continue reading Must-have Cardigan Patterns for Women
Happy New Year! I love when things start fresh... new years, new seasons, new school years, new notebooks. As we're starting 2017, I'm doing a huge purge of my house. We moved into our new (old) home last February, and in that time I'm realizing all the stuff that we don't need - or want … Continue reading 15 Sewing Projects to Help You Get Organized!
We're in full-on baby prep mode over here, and I always have a few projects I want to sew before baby arrives. So when Dana of Sew Thrifty invited me to be a part of her Thrifty Baby Celebration, it made perfect sense to participate! I love to upcycle, and baby clothes and accessories are PERFECT for … Continue reading 10 Things to Sew for Baby from a Flannel Sheet
The fourth annual Handmade Gifts for Boys series has come to a close! Stacey and I always have so much fun bringing you new ideas for gifts to make your kiddos. Hopefully you've found an idea or two and have been inspired to make your boys (or girls!) some gifts this year. Keep reading through … Continue reading Handmade Gifts for Boys 2015 Giveaway and Wrap-up!
With Halloween approaching, I shared on my Facebook page that this year I'm not making one.single.costume. That feels a little like a dirty little secret! I've made quite a few costumes over the years, but sometimes the dress-up bin full of costumes and the half price thrift store costumes are a better decision. I thought I'd … Continue reading Costumes of Halloweens Past
I've been sharing a few tutorials lately for DIY lunchbags, but I wanted to put together a roundup of a few more different types. So whether you want to sew or not, make something complicated or simple, insulated or not, you can make exactly what you need! 1. Cloth Lunch Sacks from If Only They Would Nap … Continue reading 12 DIY Lunchbag patterns and tutorials (sew and no-sew!)