Sometimes I need to do a project just for fun, without over thinking it. That’s exactly what I did with this dress. The only plan I had was just to sew a dress, that’s it.
I used a ribbed tank top for the top (to make things easier) and a yard of a striped knit fabric for the bottom.
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I have had my craft room set up since September but I really need to make it more functional. I have 4 shelves up on the walls that I haven’t been using much at all. So I thought some fabric storage bins would fun and functional, plus I already had that cute sewing fabric.
Project: Love to sew fabric storage bin
Materials: 1/2 yard main fabric (Michael Miller Love to Sew)
1/2 yard coordinating fabric (teal chevron from Joann Fabric)
1/2 yard fusible interfacing (Pellon 809 decor bond)Time: 2 hours
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I’ve been busy working on a few new items for my etsy shop!
I have two infinity scarves listed, one in a floral purple pattern and another in a navy and teal geometric print. Continue reading
I love to cook and bake, so an apron seemed like the perfect sewing project. These are so fun to make that I’ll be making my third Apron today! I designed my own pattern after reading a few tutorials, this one and this one were my favorite.
Project: Cute Kitchen Apron
3/4 yard main fabric (I used green and white dot fabric from Joann’s)
3/4 yard muslin or other lining fabric
1/4 yard accent fabric (I used a bright orange fabric from a local shop)
I’m so excited to cook dinner tonight and tomorrow in my new Christmas apron! Check out what we are cooking here.
I just finished this yesterday, my first time drawing out my own pattern! I’m planning on making another for a gift after Christmas. So much fun to make!Merry Christmas Eve!
I just finished my first infinity scarf. I followed this tutorial but made a few changes. My finished scarf is 10.5 inches x 67 inches long. The top material is a gray floral cotton print and the back is an interlock knit blend of polyester and cotton. I love the weight and texture of the scarf. Continue reading