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
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.
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
Hi, it’s Amanda on the blog today to bring you some St. Patty’s Day Inspiration! I am also going to give you a few tips on easily adding an applique (or several!) to your items.
I fell in love with the Spring vibe from the Blakeley pattern and just knew it
Spring is almost here and I am excited to start sewing more spring dresses! This month we are featuring some of my favorite patterns for this time of year. I hope you join our #SLPcoChallenge.
For the month of March, our challenge theme is “Watercolor Dreams”.
The Monthly Challenge
All month long we
Who has been enjoying the biggest sale of the year? I have been working hard, getting new spring and summer patterns to you. I always look forward to the monthly challenge. Its so much fun to see everyones creations. So with that, lets jump into February's challenge
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
I am so excited to show you all how to add a ruffled bib to the Cora bodice. I think it adds sweet vintage charm. Plus, you can never have too many ruffles! Get creative with your bib panel by fussy cutting your fabric, adding hand embroidery, an applique, or
Garden Party + A Monthly Challenge
Wow, it is finally April. March seemed to go on forever, didn't it? There's a lot going on in the world and we know that a lot of people use sewing as their source of stress relief. So we are challenging you to sew along