This summer was definitely the ‘season of the romper’, but this version looks to be one of the prettiest I’ve seen.
Traveling overseas just got more stylish – this passport cover is a great way to use up some of your favorite fabric scraps.
It’s almost jacket season. Get started by sewing up a pretty kimono.
I get very nostalgic when I see fabric rugs – my grandmother always had one in her kitchen. One of these days, I’m going to break down and try this tutorial.
Friday night football games will soon be in full swing. Stay cozy when the sun goes down with an Argyle Fleece Throw. Looking for something that will provide you with a bit more comfort? This Stadium Blanket not only folds itself into a tote, but has a matching cushion as well.
A few years ago, I went through a casserole carrier phase (seriously, everyone got one). It may be time for everyone to get updated versions…. best of all, this one takes 20 minutes to sew!
Looking for a fun and unique gift to give as a birthday gift? Be sure to check out this cupcake potholder tutorial. Pair it up with a matching towel and you’ve got a great set!
Before we know it, winter will be upon us. Get a jump start on the cold weather by making an adorable scoodie (scarf\hoodie) for your little one.
Have a budding chef? Whip them up a new (kid-sized) apron before they head into the kitchen.
Tired of the same patterns for pencils cases? This knotted bow version is a different take on an old favorite.