Author: Victoria Strong

Hello all my sewing friends!  I’m on the blog today to share some back to school inspiration.  I absolutely adore all of the gorgeous back to school dresses, but my tween does not!  I’m guessing that I’m not the only one who has a daughter who has decided that wearing

Hi! It’s Amanda from LoveCraftSew on the blog today to bring you some summer swimwear inspo!We live in South Florida where the sun is crazy strong, and I am always on the lookout for swimsuits withextra coverage to help protect my babies against those hot rays. The Isla pattern is

Hello sewing friends!  It’s Tamar back on the blog today to show you how to hack the Emma pattern to be a faux wrap dress.  I love the look of wrap dresses, but I prefer a dress that’s not going to be blown open by a strong gust of wind. 

Hey everyone! Thanks for joining me again. Today I’m going to show you how to create adorable and versatile 3D flowers using synthetic fabrics, a wood burner, and some machine embroidery! Let get started… Step 1: Gathering Supplies To make these 3D flowers, you will need: An embroidery machine, or serious applique skillswash-away

Hi!  It’s Amanda from LoveCraftSew on the blog today to bring you a little New Year’s Eve inspiration!   I love anything sparkly for NYE and gold sparkles paired with black are my very favorite color combo for this festive holiday!  I knew that I wanted to focus on tips for sewing with special occasion

Hi sewing friends!  It’s Tamar on the blog today with an Aria/Blaire Christmas dress!  Christmas dresses are one of my favorite things to sew.  The colors, the glitter, the ornate overlays, I just love all of it!  This year I made the happy discovery that Blaire’s high low skirt is a

Hi Simple Life family! If you are anything like me, Christmas sewing starts in about August. It is well known that I LOVE Christmas. Everything about it! One of my favourite things, now, is sewing beautiful outfits for my girls. Now as they are getting older, they have these things

One of my favorite traditions I started with my kids was to give them a new pair of pajamas every Christmas. It started with the matching jammies from Carters. I would have them change into their pj's before we left Nana's house on Christmas Eve so they were ready for