I have rounded up 26 styles of skirts to cover every letter in the alphabet and I tried to find a complimentary pattern for each. You’ll find that each skirt type has an example photo and a matching or similar pattern next to it. There are a few exceptions. Each photo has it’s source linked directly at the bottom of… View Post
The free #phPaletteCover sewing tutorial! Do you save all your fabric scraps? I do! Well, the potentially usable ones. My basic standard for my cotton scraps is a 3×3 inch square. If it is smaller than that it needs to have a cute print or something special. As I was tucking a scrap into my ziplock bag of little scraps… View Post
This technique for facing a split hem with a ribbon is so cool. A small length of ribbon makes a big impact. You can also use bias tape to do this too. Check out the video tutorial to see how it comes together. Happy Sewing!
When I first saw this rainbow striped bubble gauze I knew I needed to get some of it. I bought about 3 yards at Joann. I wasn’t exactly sure what I wanted to make with it, but I knew it had a beach feel to it. I looked through shirt dress patterns from several pattern designers and ultimately decided on… View Post
The Cloth Napkin & It’s Perfect Corners I needed a batch of cloth napkins for our everyday meals at the table. Napkins that weren’t “precious”; something you could use when you eat spaghetti. As I was looking at quilting cotton fat quarters, the idea struck me. I grabbed ten fabrics with some type of food item on them; grapes, sushi,… View Post