Do you dread darts? Let me show you how to correctly sew a dart. If you follow two tricks, sewing darts is foolproof and easy. You need to mark it accurately and end it professionally. That’s it!
Today I get to be the first stop on the Birch Fabrics Circa 52 blog hop! Our friends at Birch sent me a yard of the adorable Circa 52 Space Rockets in soft and yummy organic knit (designed by Monaluna) plus some coordinating solid organic knit available only from Birch Fabric… so I decided to re-release one of my old patterns as a free download!
In addition to the free pattern, Birch Fabrics is also running a Circa 52 fabric giveaway so make sure you scroll allllll the way to the bottom of this post to enter. 🙂
Let’s face it, sometimes moms forget to accessorize. Well, this infinity scarf made with just a yard of soft cotton voile is an easy accessory that you can wear anywhere. And it has fine french seams and a neat 1/4” hem. Lovely!
If Jack Frost is nipping at your nose, here’s 10 cute and free sewing patterns to help you stay warm and cozy until spring. Easy tutorials can be found by clicking the links below and there are free printable templates…
Sew a cute coat to keep your fur baby warm no matter the season!
You can sew warm and fuzzy mittens using an old sweater! Use this free mitten pattern with a step by step sewing tutorial to create lots of mittens out of nothing – well out of last year’s too small sweaters. 🙂
Remember those rompers that we all wore in the 1980’s? I think I spent an entire summer wearing little cotton jumpsuits with elastic leg openings and ties on the shoulders. Use this free sewing pattern to sew this nostalgic and easy little outfit for your little girl. This little romper uses only a yard of fabric and it’s soooo easy to make! The free pattern template includes sizes 12 months – 6.
Learn to sew a fresh new skirt to add to your spring wardrobe! When I was looking for easy things to sew and wear, I cam across this simple tutorial with great instructions that take you from picking out your…
This year my daughter asked me to make her a Cinderella Costume for Halloween. I must admit that it made me think of this funny sewing meme I saw in my Instagram feed…
I saw a sneak peek at the Black Friday ad for Jo-Anns Fabrics and guess what’s going to be 75% off? FLEECE! Oh, I hope I don’t get in trouble for telling you that. 🙂
So I thought I would share with you a sweet little pattern that I designed just for fleece fabric. It’s a bolero jacket that folds together like fabric origami and is secured only with buttons. And since fleece doesn’t fray, you can choose to finish the edges or not.