Author: katie

Hello SLPCO friends!  This is Tamar, and I’m excited to share my special occasion make with you today!  Special occasion dresses are so much fun to make.  One thing that really gives you the “Wow” factor that you’re looking for with your special occasion makes is hand embellishments.  Today I

Hi everyone! My name is Jenna and I’m sure you’ve seen my little model Maizy around the sewing world. I am so excited to share my Holiday sew using the Ella pattern. As soon as I saw Ella I knew it would be perfect for a holiday dress that I had

Hi! My name is Hwee Ke from @kekesews, and I’m hopelessly addicted to sewing up beautiful patterns.  When the Geneva Vintage Bow Dress first got released, it stole my heart instantly. The gathered skirt and pretty bows in front are complete show stoppers, and the centre panel paves the way for

Hi there, my name is Victoria, and I'm back on the blog today to show you how easy it is to feature an embroidery design on even the simplest SLPco dress bodice! For this dress, I added a faux waistband to Molly's front bodice, and attached a sash at the side

Hi! My name is Donnisha and I’m excited to be a new contributor for SLPco.  I am a mom of three girls currently living in Maryland.I am super excited to share my holiday makes for my 2 youngest daughters. My girls are very active and the holidays are a time

Hey SLPCo fans!! My name is Stephany Monroe. I am new around these parts of the internet. Guess what? This is not only my first blog with SLPCo but it is my first blog EVER! Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I have a wonderful husband and

Hi there ! My name is Debbie Ann Groves, writing from Kingston Jamaica and I want to introduce you to my latest sew – the Pearl Dress. Let me give you the history on this dress. I bought this fabric more than a year ago to make a dress for her

Are you looking for a way to give back to your community using your crafting skills? I have the opportunity to work with one of my favorite crafting brands, Cricut, to create totes to bring to my local food bank. I will be sharing some fun tips and tricks on