Have a hard time getting your little one to wear hats or hoods when the weather turns cold? Add ears! Don’t have a hood to add ears to? This tutorial will teach you how to make one (with ears, pattern included)!
Chill in the air? Then you’ll want to warm up with an oversized faux fur coat.
The Brief Encounter Dress was originally designed with summer in mind, but would definitely look adorable with a cardigan over top.
My oldest loves her body pillow so much hat it is now screaming for a new cover. This one not only has a zipper so it can be easily washed, but it also has a pocket large enough to store a tablet or book.
A mermaid costume that you can not only walk around up, but allows you to slip your feet inside for a ‘realistic’ tail look.
If you prefer to decorate for fall instead of Halloween, be sure to check out this tutorial for a cute pumpkin table runner. Looking for one that can be put out year-round? Try this one designed by Pat Bravo.
This phone wallet not only keeps your iPhone protected, but carries your cards as well. (Beware this is sized for the iPhone4 – you’ll need to change the dimensions for Android or newer iPhones).
There’s no sewing involved, but these Halloween pompoms are too fun not to share (they eyeballs are my favorite).
These clear bags are great for stashing sewing supplies while allowing you easily see what is inside!
Pencil cases don’t have to be simple little bags. This tutorial teaches you how to create a version that definitely looks more ‘grown up.’
Looking for a quick gift or just need a cute little clutch? This tutorial will help you make one.
If you’re like me, you never know what to do with those precut fabric squares. This tutorial shows you how to turn them into patchwork floor pillows (with a really interesting shape).