Hi! My name is Tamar and I’m back on the blog to show you a simple hack for making a cute crop top with Sapphire. I love finding ways to transition all of my kid’s summer tops to fall. This crop top looks cute over any dress or top. I
I keep seeing Ruched Leggings out in the wild as well plastered all over Pinterest. The Energize Leggings are my all time favorite, so I decided to use them as a base to make my own. It was pretty easy to do as there is already an option to include a
Hello sewists, and welcome back! My name is Victoria Strong, and today I have written a blog post to teach you my favourite way to add a tulle skirt to a dress bodice! Determining how much tulle you need is easy if you’re good at math. For this tutorial, I
Have you started planning your back to school sewing yet? I’m on the blog today to share an idea for your “star” student, a short-sleeved jayden with a star applique.
To make the star applique, start by measuring your pattern piece to determine the dimensions of your star. Remember to
Good morning! For those who don’t recognize my kids by now, I am Victoria Strong. Since I received so many kind messages asking about the Tinkerbell-inspired dress I made, I thought I’d hop on and write a tutorial on how to create a pixie skirt!
Gather Your Materials!
For this tutorial, you
Cheers, oh, sorry I meant, TIERS!!!
Today I am going to show you how to create a super on-trend summer dress.
I keep seeing these dresses online at clothing boutiques with pretty steep price tags and knew I could create my own pretty easily. This hack is really simple to do, and
Hi! My name is Victoria Strong, and today I’m going to show you a tried and true way I add snap plackets to the inseam of my Grow With Me Rompers. Now, if you haven’t already found this pattern, it is a FREE romper pattern by Simple Life Pattern Co.
Hey ya’ll! It’s Lacey again, and I’m here to talk swimsuits! Does anyone else feel like they are constantly on the hunt for cute, modest suits for their girls? Ones that she will feel comfortabledoing cartwheels and cannonballs in without having to tug and pull at? Well, let me tell
Hi everyone! It’s Becca here with a fun hand embroidery monogram tutorial so you can personalize all the adorable little outfits!
I just had my second baby girl last month and before she was born knew I wanted to do something to take my mama made outfits to the next level
Hi, it’s Amanda on the blog today to bring you some Cinco De Mayo inspiration!
I used Blaire’s High Low Skirt and Sandy’s Ruffle Neck Dress as my patterns for this look.
I made no modifications to the pattern for Blaire’s High Low Skirt and sewed it in a bullet