Tutorials

Have you started thinking about holiday dresses yet?  With the holidays right around the corner I wanted to share a new technique with you to make that dress extra special, on the inside and out.  An enclosed bodice can make all the difference in a dress. This techniqueis also great if

Happy Thursday!! I love a pattern so versatile it can be made with woven or knits, don't you?  Did you know Ava's Pleated Top & Dress is that pattern?  With just a few modifications I whipped up a Knit Ava and it is gorgeous!!!  Let me show you how it's done. Let

Hey y'all!  You guys I can't even!!!!!  My heart is so happy right now, seeing this gorgeous hack. During testing of the Lorelei's Flutter Side Cut out Swimsuit, one of our amazingly talented testers, Rebecca,  added the flutter to the neckline.  Her interpretation of the pattern is so on point and trendy.

I am so excited to share with you some fun ways to incorporate your Cricut cutting machine into your sewing projects! When Cricut invited me to be on this tour, I was super excited and exploding with ideas. I have been on a lace kick lately and i knew I

Hello crafty divas! I'm guessing many of you have heard of the rising popularity of English paper piecing. English paper piecing is a hand-piecing pathwork method where you wrap small pieces of fabric around pieces of paper and handstitch together. The fruit of this effort is an endless array of beautiful

I love the look of a circle skirt and my daughter loves how they twirl but it can be difficult to get a perfectly flat and beautiful hem. Today, I am going to show you an easy way to hem your circle skirt using bias tape.  Since bias tape is cut

Have you ever wanted beautifully coordinating bias tape but didn’t want to take all that time cutting and sewing strips of fabric together?  I used to avoid making my own bias tape until I discovered how easy it really can be to make. I use this method when I need a large