In my time spent testing patterns, I have found that there are some designers who seem to have the midas touch, because every pattern they design turns out golden. This is the case with Kristi Fitzpatrick of George & Ginger Patterns. If you arent familiar with the George and Ginger Pattern Company, you can visit… Continue reading In need of a confidence boost? Look no further than this new collection from George & Ginger pattern Company!
Summer has arrived! Say hello to it in style with a beautiful new swimsuit or cover up! One of my favorite fabric shops, RP Custom prints, is running a flash round of swim fabric, board short fabric and jersey fabric. Theyre all made in the USA and are super thick and easy to sew up. I… Continue reading Swim into summer in gorgeous prints from RP Custom prints
Hi all! Occasionally, I come across a stand out tutorial while doing research for a project. I recently had a patten test that called for a bias tape/banded neckline. I have never been great at these, so I was a little nervous about it. Luckily for me, the pattern had an excellent explanation, but in my… Continue reading Reblog: Getting flat bias necklines by Grainline Studio – perfectly explained!
If you're a fan of quick, simple sews that breathe life into your kids' wardrobes...look no further! This morning, Ellie & Mac released another fun pattern that's perfect for your little girls this summer. Its called the Hip Hop Romper pattern. This pattern is a pdf file, available for immediate download. Its available in sizes 12-18… Continue reading Hip hop, you don’t stop. Hip hop, why not romp? Ellie & Mac’s newest pattern release hits all the right notes.
Hi! I don't know about you, but I struggle with fitted pants. I have had a jeans pattern on my to do list forever, but I'm terrified of them. I have noticed, in cruising the online sewing community groups, that I'm not alone in my trepidation. While this makes me feel better, it makes me… Continue reading Having pants fit issues? The solution is here!
Hi everyone! I've posted several times how much I love the lillebaby bib and suck pad tutorial by Laura Lough here on WordPress at Square Peg Farm. Her tutorial is clean, concise and shows you how to create an amazing lillebaby accessories set. I'm not hoping to reinvent the wheel here. Her tutorial is amazing and… Continue reading Sewing Tutorial: How to create a Reversible Lillebaby drool bib / topper / headrest cover using Laura Lough (square peg farm)’s FREE pattern!
Hi everyone! Hope you're having an amazing week. My post is a bit late this week, as we took a short trip to North Carolina to see family. It was tons of fun. I'll post more about that in a separate post later this week. Today's post is all about one of my favorite pattern… Continue reading Arrr maties! New weekly feature: Patterns for Pirates
I don't know about you, but I've never been a big fan of Easter. I mean, I'm a fan of celebrating the religious reasons for it, just not the whole frilly dress up, overgrown bunny rabbit 🐰 and candy hunt parts. This year it's a completely different ball game. So I must look at my… Continue reading The Easter dress
Hi everyone! I've been kinda quiet on here lately, as I've devoted all my free time to working on clothing projects. I've been Sewing strike offs, pattern testing and creating custom items to sell in my Etsy shop. I have definitely found a new passion. I love creating Babywearing accessories, but there is a limit… Continue reading My new weekly spotlight post / Mama Cassie top and dress by Made for Mermaids
Hi everyone! It's been awhile since I've posted. Mainly, we have been busy with school, sick kids and everyday life. But I have also been doing a few fun things for work, such as pattern testing and sewing strike offs. I was blessed enough to be part of a work at home mom's group on… Continue reading Annelaine pattern testing